Anmadis is the first shop as you enter the unesco site. They sell quite a number of interesting little souvenirs, some quite big, like the wooden windmills. I am sure it would look lovely in my garden, but how do I get it home?
Nice shop with a huge variety for every wallet.
We wanted a charm for our charmbracelet and within 5 minutes they changed a pendant into a charm without any extra surcharge.
Great service and a true reccomendation
What to buy: Windmills, wooden shoes, tulips. Jewels and Watches also has silver windmills, wooden shoes and tulips with a tiny diamond
What to pay: from 40 euros up to your own limit
If you go downstairs at the Kinderdijk Restaurant, you will find a little store filled with Dutch souvenirs. There is an especially large selection of wooden shoes for sale. You will also find a selection of Dutch cheeses in the dairy section. There is also some cute murals down there and a display of typical Dutch items. The damen (ladies) and heren (men) toilet facilities are down there too.
Outside is a lovely cafe' where you can order coffee, tea and Dutch snacks.
I though this was a fantastic page with regular photos because my digi-camera at that time was not good enough. The combination of photos and funny titles was welll accepted by the community. To my surprise I got bst five status here. Reasons? Multiples but people like fun.
No shops, whatsoever in this area. Except a ppplace where to have hot dinks and perhaps buy some post--cards...
What to buy: Before getting here, buy a good camera. Believe me! This place could be (it is) source for very interesting pictures...
What to pay: for the camera? the sky is limit. For being aorund inthe small shop at the entrance of the mills complex., nothing.