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Julianadorp and its surroundings also have a lot to offer in the field of art and culture. |
Are you interested in the ancient history of the Kop van Noord Holland?
You will not be bored.
Of course we should not forget the beautiful flower fields, for which the region is so famous. You can discover how this beauty comes about in Julianadorp.
Other botanical flowers and plants can be seen in Den Helder.
In addition, there are many other museums to visit.
* Visual arts,
* Den Helder,
* Floratuin Julianadorp, Rijksweg 85, Julianadorp; Tel. 06-10694149.
Promotion garden for the bulb sector. Flowers and bulbs are for sale in the shop. There is also information about the bulb sector. The newest flower bulb varieties are planted every year on a fenced-off area on the parallel road of the National Road N9 between the Julianadorp exit and the Koegras railway bridge, which are in full bloom from the beginning of April to the end of May. The flower bulbs are supplied in limited quantities by flower bulb growers from the area around Julianadorp, Breezand, Anna Paulowna, 'T Zand, Callantsoog and Petten. During flowering, the growers can introduce flower bulb traders in the Flora garden to their new product, without having to travel to the several bulb farms. The Flora Garden has not only been set up for professionals, other interested parties are also very welcome. Next to the flower bulb field, a space has been set up where a film about flower bulb cultivation (in three languages) can be viewed. For example, after visiting the Flora Garden, guests can sit comfortably between flower bulbs to recover from the impressions while viewing the many types of flowering flower bulbs. The Kroon family cordially invites interested parties to visit the Flora Garden near Julianadorp during the flowering period from the beginning of April to the end of May. INFO 1
* Agricultural Museum "Weten en werken, Knowing and Working" , Schoolweg 1, Julianadorp; Tel. 0223 641381.
There is a unique museum within walking distance of our B&B. If you are in Julianadorp, have a look if you are interested in 'the good old days'.
When you step into the large barn or the smaller room, you will imagine yourself back in time.
Click on the photo to learn more about this unique museum.
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* To continue after the subject of the flowers of Julianadorp: "Hortus Overseas Den Helder" , the botanical oasis of Den Helder, Soembastraat 83, Den Helder; Tel. 0223 614206.
The garden and greenhouses are colorful - with green and orange as the main colors -, attractive and relaxing. Visitors can enjoy the floral splendor of the Orangery in peace, sitting or walking. And of course you can also have a drink, so:
Hortus Overzee Den Helder is more than worth a visit!
Hortus Overzee Den Helder is easily accessible. The greenhouse complex is 500 meters as the crow flies from Den Helder's railway station.
The entrance fees go to the Den Helder Oranjerie Foundation, which uses them for further renovation and expansion of the botanical greenhouse complex.
This lighthouse was the highest in the Netherlands for almost a hundred years. The newly built tower on the Maasvlakte has been higher since 1974.
Everything about lighthouses .
* Museum Fort Kijkduin , Admiraal VerHuellplein 1, Den Helder; Tel. 0223 612366.
Fort dating from 1811, part of the defense line built by Napoleon. The history of the fort, its inhabitants and the surrounding area are central to the museum.
The city of Den Helder and the village of Huisduinen run like a thread through the various exhibitions. Many old photos show an era of life and living.
Your journey begins in the year 1799, when the English and Russian troops land on the coast of Groote Keet and Den Helder and launch an attack to relieve the Netherlands from French rule. However, the invasion fails miserably and Napoleon decides to make Den Helder an impregnable fortress, the "Gibraltar of the North".
The museum also has a marine aquarium. In 1996, Prince Willem Alexander officially opened the beautifully restored fort and the sea aquarium, which is unique in Europe, built in the subterranean naves of the fort.
Here you will find 14 beautiful aquaqria, each with its own theme. Sensational is the many meters long glass tunnel, and the marine mammal exhibition in the old water cellar with the skeleton of Chris the sperm whale. A visit to our aquarium is an exciting and educational adventure that you absolutely must experience.
You have a beautiful view of the sea, sandbank De Razende Bol, the island of Texel and the protected nature reserve de Grafigheidsduinen.
* Marinemuseum , Hoofdgracht 3, Den Helder; Tel. 0223 657534.
Shows more than 550 years of history of the Navy, from heroes such as Michiel de Ruijter to contemporary developments. You can view various ships including a 140-year-old warship, a minesweeper and a submarine. Part of the exhibition is now in the old Rijkswerf Willemsoord, which is within walking distance of the museum. Important elements of the museum are the submarine 'Tuna', the ram ship 'Scorpioen' and the minesweeper 'Abraham Crijnssen', which are also open to the public.
Open daily from April to November, closed Mondays in winter.
* Nationaal Reddingmuseum Dorus Rijkers, Willemsoord 60G, Den Helder; Tel. 0223 618320.
Crashing waves, stranded ships and turning out lifeboats. Experience it in the National Rescue Museum Dorus Rijkers. The Rescue Museum tells the story of the history of the Dutch rescue system at sea. You can find everything that has to do with water and 'survival'. The museum includes the motor lifeboat Twenthe, motor beach lifeboat Ubbo and rowing lifeboat 15. Attention is also paid to the rescue company, rescuers, special rescue operations, shipping disasters, rescue brigades, search and rescue services of the Navy and Air Force, the Coast Guard, safety on the water, ship communication, navigation, the weather, beacons and various rescue equipment. In front of the museum are historic lifeboats such as Insulinde (1927), Johan de Witt (1941), Prins Hendrik (1951) and Tjerck Hiddes (1975).
The Johan de Witt makes daily cruises - but not in winter - between 13:00 and 16:00 in the Inner Harbor. Boat trips with the other boats are possible by appointment. For families, clubs and school trips there are fun and educational treasure hunts or do-it-yourself trips in the museum.
* Museumhaven Willemsoord , Willemsoord 73, Den Helder; Tel. 0223 610555
Museum harbor Willemsoord comprises: The quays adjacent to the site from Boerenverdriet to the Marinemuseum and the promenade quay on Zuidstraat; Building 73, which houses the toilet and washrooms, a disabled toilet, 't Schipperscafé, the offices of the harbor master and the Stichting Nautische Monumenten Den Helder and the other associated foundations and associations, workshops and storage areas; A slipway of up to 60 tons and about 29 ships.
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* Museum farm 'tante Jaantje' , Dorpsplein 33, Callantsoog; Tel. 0224 581457.
In the farm a lot of attention is paid to: what a beach roamer thinks; beachheads; rescue company; beautiful places of Callantsoog on slides; models of dunes and village; a summer stable; tools; old postcards and photos; and maps about the history of Callantsoog; archaeological finds from the area.
From June to September, from Wednesday to Sunday; open from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
* Museum Allerhande, Noordburenweg 13, Hippolytushoef; Tel. 0227 592555.
The museum is housed in a 100-year-old farm. Many utensils from the past (tools, cans) are exhibited here.
When you visit the museum you imagine yourself back in time. The museum radiates the tranquility of the past. While enjoying a cup of coffee you can let the atmosphere take hold.
The Allerhande Museum has old agricultural tools, including hand tools and machines. There is also a collection of old stoves and household objects from grandmother's time.
* Wieringer Museum Jan Lont , Stroeërweg 39, Hippolytushoef; Tel. 0227 511353 (museum, during opening hours) or 0227 511237 (if no answer).
The Jan Lont Island Museum is located on the former island of Wieringen in the hamlet of Stroe (not to be confused with Stroe in the Veluwe). Stroe lies between the villages of Hippolytushoef and Den Oever against the Wad.
The museum's permanent exhibition shows life on the former island of Wieringen until around 1940. Temporary exhibitions take place every year. One subject is then highlighted. The Afsluitdijk is central to the Wieringer Eiland Museum "Jan Lont" all summer. Parts of this special exhibition can be seen in various places inside and in the yard.
* Museumboerderij Vreeburg, Loet 14, Schagen; Tel. 0224 216906.
The museum is furnished in period rooms to give you an idea of the city and regional history. It is a 17th century city farm, completely restored in old style, containing authentic furniture and utensils. The tools are set up in the stables and on the part. A miniature threshing machine (1: 4) has also been set up. There are also traditional costumes, lace caps and toys on display.
Opening hours: see website.
* Regional museum 1940-1945 , Slotplein 1, Schagen; Tel. 0224 216248.
In the heart of Schagen, on the market you will find Schagen castle. The Regional Museum 1940-1945 Schagen and surroundings Foundation is located in the right tower. The foundation's collection originated from a private hobby of Dr. N.J. Grooff. Since 1969 he has been fascinated by the Second World War. Over the years, a collection of uniforms, medals, photos, newspapers and many other very interesting and unique objects has emerged.
* Automuseum Schagen , Lagedijkerweg 1A, Schagen; Tel. 0224 212421.
A large number of cars of different construction years and from various countries are on display. The collection is very varied, although the DAF from the Netherlands occupies a prominent place. Volkswagen is also represented with various models as well as American models from the 1950s / 60s and various French and English automobiles.
Besides the collection of cars, there is also a collection of motorcycles / mopeds and old farm tools. The collection is regularly supplemented with special cars from people from the region who temporarily make their cars available to the museum.
Opening hours: see website.
* De Turfschuur, Westfriesedijk 66b, Kolhorn; Tel. 0224 541581.
Information about Kolhorn and the polders as it used to be. The collection includes photos, old objects and the West Frisian Omringdijk. In the 19th century, the former fishing village of Kolhorn was also a port on the Zuiderzee where mainly peat was supplied. The old peat shed has been restored. Here the story of the fishing village of Kolhorn, the Omringdijk and the water board, then and now. Also the possibility to make a round trip with a few people with the original Staversejol, the KH44. The dinghy is moored opposite Museum De Turfschuur.
* Het Oude Gemaal Poldermuseum Heerhugowaard , Huigendijk 17, Heerhugowaard; Tel. 072 5741159 or 5715019 or 5713545.
In the middle of the polder landscape lies the relatively new municipality of Heerhugowaard, which originated from the hamlet of Huigenwaard. There are still historical polder properties to be found and there is a Polder Museum. The Poldermuseum Heerhugowaard has set itself the goal of making the collection and the pumping station accessible to the public. They also collect objects related to the history of the Heerhugowaard polder. The oak polder cupboard from around 1630 is the masterpiece of Polder Museum Den Huygen Dijck. The polder cupboard has two doors, each with four panels. Sculpted representations can be seen in the top frame. A plowing farmer is depicted on the left, a sea scene on the right. The cupboard belonged to the polder board and was always in the conference room.
Open from April 22 to November 4: every Sunday and first Wednesday of the month, from 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm and by appointment.
* Museum Anna Paulowna, Zandvaart 5, Breezand; Tel. 0223 523155.
On April 30, 1993, the Museum of the association Oud Anna Paulowna was opened amidst the bulb fields of Anna Paulowna. The Museum deals with the reclamation of the Anna Paulowna Polder, the flower bulb cultivation in and around Breezand, life and work in this polder, the administrators, etc. In the Museum you will also find information about Queen Anna Paulowna, wife of King Willem 2, who gave her name to the municipality.
* Den Helder.
* Diagonally opposite our Bed & Breakfast address you will find Galerie / Potterie 't Tiende Kind . When the flags fly, you are welcome to come in.
Coming from Julianadorp traveling to Den helder and passing the roundabout, you will see an old white bell-jar farm to the right of the road with a sign with the inscription Galerie-Potterie ' t Tenth Child.
Until a few years ago, mainly pottery courses and exhibitions were held.
A number of students have taken over the activities and various courses are now given.
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* 'Windkracht 13' Kunstuitleen SBK (Stichting Beeldende Kunst), 107-109 Weststraat, 1781 BZ Den Helder; Tel. 0223 625901.
All artworks from the exhibitions can be borrowed.
|Den Helder has a gallery / theater / art lease: Galerie Windkracht 13.|
It is a multicultural center for art, theater and art lending. Gallery with exhibitions of 6 artists every six weeks, including paintings, 3-dimensional work, glass, ceramics, jewelry, etc. Art lease, agent SBK Amsterdam.
But ... the gallery also has a stage for acoustic music, theater, cabaret, poets, etc.
Opening hours Wednesday from 1 pm-5pm; Thursday from 11am to 5pm and 7pm to 9pm; Friday to Sunday from 11 am-5pm.
During the months of July - August, the gallery is open every day from 11:00 to 17:00, except on Mondays. entrance fee free with the exception of jazz performances, theater.
Changing exhibitions, the openings with music. In March 2003 the quarter finals Wim Zonneveld Prize (Cabaret) were held. In June 2003 Music Day. In July 2003 collaboration with Richter (European young people who make theater, music and art together).
Address: Weststraat 107-109, Den Helder. Tel. 0223 625901
There are also regular performances in Duinoord Cafe Restaurant, steakhouse , Jan Verfailleweg 622, Den Helder;