At Dutch Village, you'll love to learn about Holland and Dutch culture. But, when it's time to take a break from learning and have some fun, our classic rides will put smiles on your family's faces. Take a look at the exciting rides included in your admission.
One of our most popular rides, it's sure to become one of your favorites, the chair swing ride is a carousel with suspended seats.
Everybody's favorite classic ride. Take a ride on a restored 1924 Herschell-Spillman carousel. Built by one of the biggest names in carousels, you and your family will be delighted by the intricately carved horses.
When popular Chicago area KiddieLand closed we wanted to save one of its best Kiddie rides. The Petal Pumper cars have come to a new home here at Nelis' Dutch Village and children couldn't be happier. These self operated cars are very popular with little kids. Their faces beam as they take control and make their own car go round the track.
Your kids will love racing Plasma Cars on our KinderBaan highway. These unique pedal-less vehicles harness the natural power of inertia, centrifugal force and friction. It's a great way for your kids to wiggle out some energy at Dutch Village.
We took one part Ferris Wheel and one part Dutch Windmill, joined them together to make our crowd pleasing new attraction that's drawing riders. Your family will love to experience "Harry's Windmill Ride." This is a blending of a restored 1940 Eli Bridge #5, 45ft high Ferris wheel and a reproduction of the de Grosmolen windmill in Hoogmade, Netherlands. The Ferris wheel looks like it's attached to the windmill and creates the illusion of "riding on the fins of an authentic Dutch windmill" for our happy riders. Come see it for yourself!
New for 2017! Het Klim Kasteel is a fun play area for kids.
We're constantly looking for new rides to add at Dutch Village in Holland, Michigan. Check back and see what we have planned for your next visit.
No, we have activities and presentations for all ages. Everyone that visits the village will enjoy learning about what life was like in the Netherlands over 150 years ago.
No, our gift shops and cafe are located ouside of the village area. Once a guest has paid admission their hand is stamped so they may enter and exit the village to visit the shops and cafe as often as they would like that day.
All presentations, demonstrations, petting zoo and rides are included with your admission. The only additional fees you'll pay are for merchandise and food.