Amsterdam Sights


The Zuiderzee Museum is located in Enkhuizen in the province of Noord-Holland (North Holland). It's a well preserved town with visible fortifications and used to be one of the 6 Dutch East India Company cities in the Golden Age of the Netherlands.

Many tourists go to the Zuiderzeemuseum, which recals life in Holland's Golden era. It's one of Holland's best destinations for kids, and includes an open air park with 135 period houses, businesses, streets and canals.

Enkhuizen is about an hour by train from Amsterdam. The Zuiderzeemuseum is about a 10-minute walk from the Enkhuizen train station. From the railway station you can see the harbor, which, besides yachts, offers boats to other destinations and a ferry to the Zuiderzeemuseum.