Jutten means to pick up and collect objects on the beach. Some objects have been lost or trown away by boats other objects are left behind by beach visitors. The museum shows a collection of all kinds of objects found on the beach.
The museum is open three days a week, but it is open more often during public hollidays.
wednesday 13:30-16:00 uur
saturday 12:00-16:00 uur
sundag 12:00-16:00 uur
The museum tells you about the history of fishermans village Zandvoort. Historic interiors of houses, equipment of fishermen, models of old boats, peintings, pictures, models of old buildings and a videopresentation show how Zandvoort became from a small fishermencommunitie to a famous touristic beach village.
Wednesdag - Sunday 1 - 5 p.m.
1st january, 30th april, 25, 26, 31 december
Adults: 1,15 euro p.p.
Childrren: 0,45 euro p.p.
65 +: 0,45 euro p.p.
Hang at the beach, watch the kitesurfers, eat fresh fish of one of the takeaway trucks that cruise on the beach, sit in one of the restaurants/bars on the beach. Go shopping in Zandvoort, Haarlem or Amsterdam. Chill @ the Yanks www.yanks.nl. Go to the Casino, watch a car race at the Circuit Zandvoort or even race yourself on there http://www.circuit-zandvoort.nl/
Walk the boardwalk, ride a bike thru the dunes... and on and on....
Watch some famous races happening here. It's great and very spectaculair to be on the tribune. The sound of the motorblocks is so loud, you can really feel it in your ears.
Park the car walk on the beach and walk up the dunes when you see the large towerflats and the casino. Now it's time to pay a little visit at the shops in the Kerkstreet and other streets.
The main thing to do here is to go to the beach and have a swim in the Northsea.
There is a designated nude beach to the South between pole 68 to 71.