The Vrijhof is the central square of the village with several monumental and characteristic small houses like:
-It Skuonmakkershûs or it Kommizehûs
-Herberg Het Wapen van Ferwerderadeel
The Martinus Church (Martinustsjerke) is build in the 15th century and originally devoted to St. Martinus. The tower has been made higher and has three bells. The South wall has a Sun dial.
The present organ has the pipes og the older organ of Arp Schnitger and the newer keyboard by Adema.
The church is a National Monument and has been restored in 1927 and 1935; the tower was restored to its original form in 2007.
Around the church is the local cemetery.
Cafetaria-Eetcafé 't Hoekje serves fast food, but also pub food.
On sunny days the terrace offers a view on the in-and outgoing traffic.
Ferwert is served by the #54 bus of the Connexxion Company.
Be aware the service is limited to once an hour (weekdays daytime).
Slow your speed to 30 km/hr or less when you visit by car.
There are even signs with "STAPVOETS RYDEN", indicating you should not go faster than a pedestrian.
In the South part of the village the "Fan 'e tiid" monument has been made in 2000 as part of the Simmer 2000 project, where the Frisian people were encouraged to get back to their roots and participate in a cultural event.
The many stones in the base of the monument carry names and hand imprints of local people.
The monument is placed at the Hegebeintumerdyk
At the Vrijhof a monument is placed as a remembrance for the victims of World War II.
The monument is called "As ’t nedich is” and it is an expression of the resistance of the local population against the German occupation.
The names of 18 local people are place on a plaquette at the monument.