You will have plenty of opportunities to keep your camera or phone busy during your visit to Dutch Village. Here are a few of the best spots you won't want to miss.
Windmills are the iconic image of the Netherlands. This windmill was used to pump water from the land back to the sea.
The tale of a small boy who saves his town from a devastating flood is presented in our life-size scuplture.
Be sure to grab a photo of your kids helping out Pieter.
Considered to be a symbol of good luck and fertility in the Netherlands our stork sculpture offers you a great photo opportunity!
Watch our dancers, dressed in costumes of the Netherlands, perform folk dances to the tunes of our Golden Angel Street Organ. Visitors are invited to learn some easy folk dances. It's fun. It's a memory you'll want to save and share.
Performances: At times listed in visitors' daily guide.
Stick your head in the opening and show the world you're a real live Dutch man, woman or child, enjoying a field of tulips.
The village is situated on 10 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, canals and brick walkways.
We recommend 3 to 4 hours to visit the village attractions with more time to eat and shop.
All presentations, demonstrations, petting farm and rides are included with your admission.