Hollands Kaasmuseum (Dutch cheese museum)

Cheese presses and various other implements and tools chart the history of cheese and butter making. You will see attractively decorated wooden cheese presses. The documentation on the first floor shows how cheese is still made in farms and dairies, and the importance of dairy produce to the Dutch economy.

Useful information

Address : 

Waagplein 2

Price:

4 € (-12 years old 2 €)

Opening hours

Apr-Oct: 10am-4pm - closed Sun

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