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This should be a heritage site. The mill could use a restore, and it is closed off right now, but it is worth the time to visit it. If you go across the canal, you can get a few good pictures. Sometime history should be left in disrepair.
The artwork of five red figures that busy with tree trunks are scattered on both side of the park. If you pass the park, Frederik Hendrik Plantsoen, you will not miss them. It's funny to see them. Some children are playing with or climbing on them
Nice little park with some art installations (check out the red woodworking guys), a small botanical garden and an artful playground featuring a custom design "speelslinger". Cool place, nice to bring kids to.
"Local cafe - great at all times (especially lazy weekend mornings)"
reviewed 13 February 2020 by David W
Our local cafe, that we potter to time and again. Great for comfy and leisurely weekend breakfasts (if we're not out of town, we're usually slumped here on a Sat morning) but also enjoyable for an evening's drinks (and darts!) at the bar.
Friendly, good service & value and a nice mixed crowd of locals and visitors.
Short stroll from...
We had a very nice dinner at this restaurant. We started off with some cocktails at the bar then moved to the table. We all got a starter and a main course and wrapped up with desserts. The cod was the best dish. We also enjoyed a nice white natural wine. The service was good and speedy. A bit pricy...
A hidden gem by Hugo de Grootplein. An excellent Turkish restaurant with local wines, great grilled ford and a tasty selection of mezos as starters. I recommend just trying a selection of hot and colt starters.