Amsterdam is very beautiful, and there are museums everywhere in Amsterdam, large and small, and there are many museums that you can’t guess. This is why Amsterdam is called the city of museums.
The most beautiful time is at dusk. The huge windmill is simple and vicissitudes. Only the brilliant light and shadow can be more vivid. I am very lucky to meet the most beautiful dusk in the Zaanse Windmill Village.
Come to the crossroads, in front of Zansburg
See the wings of beauty, shoulders of Europa
The hometown of windmills, the source of sea coachmen
Zaans museum, Zaans museum, also known as Zaans Museum, or Zaans Museum, is a museum in Zaandam, the Netherlands, located outside the famous Windmill Village (open museum) and inside the Windmill Village.
The museum was built in 1998 to preserve the history and culture of the Zances River; the museum was expanded in 2009 with the addition of the Verkade Experience Hall.
*Museum exhibitions are based on the collections of the Zances Heritage Collection, Maintenance and Expansion Association.
*The exhibits are divided into two parts: residential culture and industrial culture.
*Residence culture: Zances native housing characteristics, furniture and supplies with Zances pattern.
*Industrial culture: cultural relics preserved by companies such as Verkade, Bruynzeel, Honig, Albert Heijn, and Lassie.
*The permanent exhibition is divided into five parts:
1. Made by Zaanstreek, De Zaanstreek maakt het;
2. Typical Zaans, Typisch Zaans;
3. Monet and Zaanse Landschap, Monet en het Zaanse Landschap;
4. The words of World War II, Monumenten Spreken;
5. Verkade Experience, Verkade Experience.
*The museum has three outdoor locations in the Hans Windmill Village of Zansers that are worth visiting: the Weaver’s House, the Cooper’s Workshop and the Jisper House.
*Museum cafes are also worth tasting. You can enjoy coffee, pastries, and lunch under the beautiful scenery of endless fields and windmills.
*Self-driving address: Schansend 7, 1509 AW Zaandam.
Train: Get off at Zaandijk-Zaanse Schans station and follow the signs, about 15 minutes.
Bus: Take No. 391 (Industrial Heritage Line) from Central Station to Zaans Museum-Zaanse Schans stop, not far away, you can see the museum building.
The most important experience in tourism is nothing more than a cultural landscape. In history, humanities and natural landscapes, I have always emphasized humanities first. However, as far as the Windmill Village and the museum are concerned, the wild scenery around the museum has always attracted me the most. It can be said that it is heart-warming, if the word shock is not used.
The scenery is picturesque, and like music, it constantly flows in the field of vision until it flows into the depths of the heart.
This place and this scene are beautiful and majestic, with swaying trees, vast grasses, clear rivers, green fields, all kinds of windmills, quiet and untiring sunsets... It's like another century of vicissitudes and how Keep the sorrow of good times.
Amsterdam, the Netherlands is famous for its windmills. The Sens Museum is also the world’s largest open-air windmill museum. The colorful windmills are spinning on the green grass. The blue sky is especially beautiful and quiet. I like it very much.
The staff are very warm and friendly, but there is not much in the exhibition hall, mainly to introduce the past of Windmill Village as an industrial town. The point is actually to look at Windmill Village.