This open-air museum North of Amsterdam on the former Zuiderzee is a gem. I always take my foreign visitors there for an outing. It is comprised of old buildings that have been rescued from demolition and transplanted to a large area on the outskirts of Enkhuizen. It is manned by people running oldfashioned shops/industries like cheesemaking, boiled sweets, smoked fish, an old laundry run by a 19th century steam engine, etc. There is a small harbour with old fishingvessels and men repairing nets, etc. It is set up as a village and some of the period-dressed "inhabitants" act out their roles. It is fun for adults as well as kids. You can reach it by train from Amsterdam or by car. The latter option involves parking outside the town near the dyke to Lelystad (all sign-posted) and at the visitorscentre there you buy a ticket that includes parkingfee and access to the museum by boat. This ferry takes about 15 mins. to reach the museum and also stops off at the railwaystation for passengers. The museum is closed in winter so check beforehand. You can return to station or car via ferry or walk back through the delightful old part of town along the old seawall. Great day out,it's not cheap but prices can vary.
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