In the center of the town you find this windmill. On occasions it still works as a mill.
On certain days of the year you can go up into to the mill. May be it is possible on request, I don't know. Look at their site to find out!
On the Willem Alexander Bridge you can see the ships pass from Rotterdam harbour to the German Ruhrgebiet and back!
The river Waal a main extension of the river Rhine floats along our area!
If I get on a boat here I could sail all the way to Basel, Switzerland on the rier Rhine.
Many ships go by each hour of the day! I can watch this for hours!
Streekhistorisch Museum Tweestromenland
Style rooms from the first half of the 20th century, how people lived and worked here 100 years ago. Also an exposition of prehistoric foundings like mammoths.
A cosy museum with a very nice authentic bar. Lovely people, all volunteers can tell you about the histroy of the land between the rivers Maas and Waal.
A museum where you can feel the ambiance of the old times.
Adults € 3.00
Children (-12) € 1.50
Tue, wed and sun. 14.00 - 17.00 hrs.
And from Ascensionday - September 1st. every day from 13.30-16.30 hrs. except on monday.
A nice thing to do on a sunny day is strawling along the river, through the meadows, on the beaches etc.
Have a picnic on the beach, watching the big barges and other ships go by. A great variety of ships like: Passengercruises, yachts, barges, cartransporters etc.
Enjoy the sheep and wild horses on the meadows.
This is a chapel were each year the first fallen soldiers of the dutch 'stoottroepers division' are remembered. They fell during the period september 1944- may 1945.