If you want to find out about the back history of windmills in Holland , you will not get a better explanation than this here. The 19 windmills are stunning and we took the boat trip to see as many as we could, but you...More
About UNESCO World Heritage Kinderdijk
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Never really understood the importance of the windmills. To see first hand this ancient technology and how it impacted the development of the netherlands was eye opening.
Interesting place to visit to see old authentic windmills still in working order. Wandered round on guided tour with a very informative guide who spent time explaining the history and why the windmill were constructed in the first place. Finished off tour by gaining access...More
We travelled from Rotterdam by ferry. Very cheap (4 € each way) and convenient. Departure next Erasmus bridge, arrival just in front of it. We rented nice new blue bikes at souvenir shop across ferry pier. 3 € per hour (30 min --> 1.5 €)...More
As a resident of this little village, I need to write some about the windmills. Every weekend visited by loy's of tourists - mainly from Asia - it's busy and crowded on the streets of Kinderdijk. Living here is very quiet and nice.
What a delightful place to visit with so much history. Many of the windmills are still working.We took a small boat down to the canal past many of the windmills and stopped at one of them to take a very interesting tour.The windmill was working...More
Every nation has their icon and the windmill is the icon for the Netherlands. And the site at Kinderdijk is as good of a collection as you are going to find! The collection of windmills are in excellent condition, the grounds are an easy, beautiful...More
We visited on a rainy Friday morning. Because it was raining when we arrived, we took the complete tour, boat tour + mill visits. We took the boat to the first mill that could be visited. The mill is well preserved and it has a...More
It is one of the top 5 places in Holland for sure. Not sure if you need the tickets, the area is free, except to enter inside ONE windmill (surely nice but probebly not worth the price!!) and a visitor centre.