We took a school group here, you'll get grabbed by the official photographer for a group photo (no obligation to buy, 5 Euros if you do) as you enter the museum (free). Many of the demonstrations are free and lead into gift shops. The clog demonstration is impressive, you watch a five minute demo of a clog being made from a block of wood. The demo clogs can be purchased for 2 Euro - a nice souvenir! The cheese shop offers lots of free tastings (not just cheese either - syrup pancakes, chocolate, salami etc.). We also visited one of the windmills on site (de Zoeker) which is a paid for demo. The demo itself wasn't great but the opportunity to up inside the mill was good and you can enjoy the view from the balcony outside beneath the sails. We found a lovely coffee shop which was like someone's living room - very cosy! If you are bringing a group then ask at he toilets near the entrance for a group rate (its 50c each otherwise and with 65 girls it took a while to get them all through)!
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