Winter season 2013/2014
Winter opening times
From 30 November 2013 to 12 January 2014 the museum will be open daily. The opening hours will be announced here on 1 July 2013.
Experience the winters of days gone by
Weren’t winters wonderful years ago? Skating, tobogganing and making snowmen, followed by pea soup, stew or hot chocolate next to a warm fire. Lovely memories that increasingly seem to be consigned to history. At the Open Air Museum, however, the winters of the past are being brought back to life.
Fun on the ice!
Everyone, young and old alike, can enjoy skating on the festively lit skating rink, not to mention the refreshments and convivial atmosphere. Or perhaps you prefer tobogganing? Whiz down the toboggan run at the Delft windmill!
The winter route takes you past the highlights of the museum. Taste the heavenly syrup in the barn where syrup is produced and take a look at the attractively decorated buildings. Experience the difference between then and now. Pop in to see the farmer’s wife in Nunspeet and stroll through the atmospheric Zaan area.
All kinds of things to do
Every weekend and in the holidays you can enjoy music and song in the cosy Zeeland church. Children can learn to knit and bake a fresh bread roll over the fire at the children’s activity farmyard, while on the Zaan square you will find a cheerful, traditional winter market.
Experience winter at the Open Air Museum!