Do you want to relax or having some bad weather? No worries, go see a movie with the family! You can reach Vue cinemas Purmerend within 20 minutes and there is free parking. We can also recommend Pathé Cinema Zaandam if you want to visit a larger cinema. This cinema is 35 minutes away from our resort. You can park in the covered garage for a fee.
With its more than 2.500 shops, the Bazaar is Europe's largest indoor market. It's the perfect cheap day trip, even when the weather is bad. More than 50 nationalities are causing the Bazaar to be most international market in the continent. It's a melting pot of different cultures, nationalities, religions and languages. The Bazaar is open from 08.30 o'clock till 18.00 o'clock.
Under the domes of the UNESCO World-inheritance Fortress at the Nekkerweg a splendid spa/wellness-hotel-restaurant is situated. The combination of the historical elements, the ingenious design, the high-grade technique, the wonderful natural environment of the Beemster polder and the surprising design. are going to make your visit a true and unforgettable event!
The Anne Frank House is a memorial to Anne Frank and her family. The house is located in Amsterdam at Prinsengracht 263-267. The museum attracts nearly 1 million visitors per year, most of them coming from abroad. In 2013, it received a record number of nearly 1.2 million visitors. These came from 95 different countries. Around 11 percent are Dutch visitors. The largest age group is between 20 and 30 years old (32 percent).
In the town of Enkhuizen the only outdoor-museum, where water is playing the leading part, is situated. While enjoying a short boat trip, you'll not only be able to see how the Dutchmen were living in this area a century ago, but you can even smell, taste and feel it. The typical ancient -Dutch way of feeling is being brought back to life in this open-air museum.
The Simonehoeve is an original cheese farm and clog factory. You can visit the factory all year round to see how cheese and clogs are produced. Of course you can also try and buy clogs and cheese. Great fun for all ages and definitely worth it!
The Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, usually called Rijksmuseum, is the the largest and most important national museum of The Netherlands. It is situated between the Stadhouderskade en the Museumplein, in Amsterdam-Zuid. In its over 200 halls, it offers an overview of the Dutch art and history. Among others, the collection consists of works of the 17th century Dutch masters Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Hals. The Rijksmuseum is owned by the state, and it is managed by the Rijksgebouwendienst. Photo: John Lewis Marshall
Visit the Dutch Maritime Museum in Amsterdam to learn how the sea has shaped the Dutch culture. Discover 500 years of maritime history with stimulating, interactive exhibitions! You can also view the showpiece of the museum. The ship of the Dutch East India Company, an exact copy of the famous original.
"Fairy tales wonderland" is the one and only place for your young offspring to let the stories , which you're used to read to them before they're going to sleep, become a reality. Meet the "Booted Cat" or "Snow-white and the mean witch" . Enjoy the train ride through the park, the animals who live there (among other things goats and rabbits) or the pancake-house.
Visit the coast, feel the breeze on the beach, go cycling or take a walk in the dunes. You can also wine and dine in different seaside resorts or go shopping in Egmond aan Zee. Of course there are several cozy villages to be found in the surrounding area such as Bergen aan Zee, Castricum or Bloemendaal aan Zee.