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Start your visit to Giethoorn in Museum Giethoorn 't Olde Maat Uus! The museum is located in an original historical farmhouse. It is the only place in Giethoorn where you can see how people lived more than 100 years ago and how they earned a meagre...more
We visited the place and we loved it.
You can find a lot about Goethoorn just visiting this place. You go back in history to see how the people of Giethoorn lived. There is also a movie running continuously.
This museum, which takes about an hour, is really the only thing worth doing in Giethoorn other than strolling along the canals or taking a boat there. I made the mistake of staying there two nights and there's really nothing to do other than that....More
If you are visiting Giethoorn be sure to take time to visit this very well done museum. It has recreated historical rooms and a collection of historical artifacts as well as a short movie of the town in earlier times, all of which explain how...More
I actually wanted to review Giethoorn itself but there was no listing. The museum was closed, it was snowing and quite cold. An unusual time to visit. The benefits were many, few others walking the canals, pristine snow covering everything. Ducks, geese in their thousands,...More
This museum shows on all about the people who lived in Giethoorn .
In the museum is a wonderfull collection of many old utensils. Also many photos in black ann white. Also black en white films about the history of Giethoorn.
In the museum are...More
This is a wonderful museum to understand how life in Giethoorn was in old days. As the town is so beautifully kept many things have not changed too much. The Museum has a lovely collection of old artifacts and elements and the people there where...More
This is a delightful museum. Beautifully set out. The film shown in basement is lovely ... black and white from earlier years shows the village in days prior to tourism. Great exhibits and the farmhouse and outside and lovely and interesting. Staff very helpful. Small...More