The Nationaal Schoonmaakmuseum opened in the Spring of 2013. The museum is an initiative of Bert Oude Lansink, who worked in the cleaning industry for more than 25 years.
On display are cleaning items from 1890 till now.
The reformed Church dates back to the start of the 15th century. It was build as a Catholic church devoted to Sanit Stephanus, but it was transformed into a reformed church. The oldest bell is from 1457 and the organ from 1841.
The church tower is open to the public each Saturday; please make reservations via the local tourist office.
Weerselosestraat 306, Borne, 7626 LJ, nl
Restaurant De Eetkamer is housed in a converted grocery shop. One wall of the dining area still has the old cupboard with drawers and tins of the shop. There are about 40 indoor seats and more on two outside terasses.
Food and presentation are excellent.
We-Sa: From 5PM
Su: From 4PM
Favorite Dish: The 4 course surprise menu.
The Action is a low price shop for house hold goods. There are weekly offers.
Mo-Th: 9AM - 6PM
Fr: 9AM - 9PM
Sa: 9AM - 5PM
What to pay: Low prices
There are several walking routes in and around Borne.
At the local tourist office (VVV) the city walking route booklet. can be bought for € 2,25. This route leads along the heritage houses, historical industrial buildings, the Bussemakerhuis and the Oale Schöp in Old Borne.
Twentse Wegge Route
More routes around the village at the Wandelnetwerk.
Borne Useful Links:
Borne Counsel website
Local Tourist Office (VVV)
Kulturhus Borne; De Bijenkorf
RTV Borghende; local RTV station
Old Borne Society & Old Borne
Melbuul'n dagen; local anual event
Borne Local Tourist Office (VVV).
The Borne Tourist office is located at:
7622 CP Borne