Culture lovers, watch out! Don’t be misguided by the modest size of the fortified town of Elburg (250 x 350 meter). As soon as you enter the town you would think you are in a museum and the museum tour is yet to start. There is a lot to discover about the history of this former Hanseatic town. The museums in Elburg focus not only on fishing but also on all sorts of other ancient crafts as well as on the Jewish history.
Museum ElburgMuseum Elburg
Come to Museum Elburg and discover the story of the Hanseatic town of Elburg.
Mill ‘de Tijd’Mill ‘de Tijd’
Have a look at the Mill ‘de Tijd’ in Oostendorp and experience the process from milling flour to selling bread.
Botterwerf and museumBotterwerf and museum
Come and experience the life of a fisherman on a botter, welcome on board!
Museum Sjoel ElburgMuseum Sjoel Elburg
Discover the history of Jewish families.
Museum Forge De HoefhamerMuseum Forge De Hoefhamer
In the Smedestraat the hammering on the anvil sounds and it smells like an old fashioned coalfire!
Herb garden De Groene KruidhofHerb garden De Groene Kruidhof
Come and explore this hidden town garden full of herbs in the northwest corner of the town.
The fish auction at the harbour.The fish auction at the harbour.
This small museum brings the fishing history back to life.
National OrganmuseumNational Organmuseum
The only museum in the Netherlands about the history of the pipe organ.
Dutch Artillery MuseumDutch Artillery Museum
The historic Collection Corps Field Artillery gives a clear picture of the history of the Artillery Arm.
Corps Horse ArtilleryCorps Horse Artillery
The Corps Horse Artillery (colloquially called the ‘Gele Rijders’) is the oldest military unit of the Royal Netherlands Army.