Café-Restaurant Van Olffen is a Weerselo landmark. Situated a the major crossing in the village it's a popular spot to watch it all from the terras.
Van Olffen is split into 2 buildings at both sides of the Gunnerstraat.
The first is the Café-Restaurant and party center; the second is the ice cream parlor and snackbar.
The Weerselose Markt is a market with something for everyone.
The sellers are partly permanent dealers, selling from a container, partly temporary sellers renting one of the stalls, or one-day-flies selling back-truck-sale style.
You find clothing, Tools, parts, records, antiques, flowers, furniture, household goods and electronics.
The area is partly open and partly covered. There's one big Hall and some of the stall pathways are covered.
There's a small restaurant and a central snack corner with a children's playground.
Admission: € 1.50 (adult)
Sa: 8:30AM - 2PM
There are extra markets on National Holidays with extra activities.
What to buy: Whatever suits you.
What to pay: Low prices
The smaller roads and specials nature cycling paths are great to cycle.
Weerselo is a connection point to some of the cycling routes in Twente.
Weerselo and surroundings are great for walking through the farm lands and forests.
Weerselo is a start point for a number of walking routes.
Equipment: Walking shoes.
A small statue commemorates the local farm workers from the past.
At the North side of the former City Hall.
Weerselo was on its own till 2001, when a bigger region Dinkelland was formed.
Still the former Weerselo City Hall is a monumental building in the village.