Enjoy an Amazing Experience at The Dutch Bakery Museum in Hattem
Are you planning a trip to the Netherlands? Do you want to have an unforgettable and exciting experience? Well then, you should add the Dutch Bakery Museum in Hattem to your itinerary.
The Town of Hattem: Home to the Dutch Bakery Museum
The Dutch bakery museum is located in Hattem, on the Northern side of the Veluwe and along the banks of the IJssel branch of the Rhine River. The entrance gate of Hattem’s, the Dijkpoort, welcomes visitors to the town’s charming museums.
You can learn more about Dutch history at the Voerman museum and continue onto the land of fairy-tales at the Anton Pieck museum. Hattem is only one hour away from Amsterdam, so the most convenient place to stay is at the Amsterdam Hostel Sarphati.
Why’s Everyone So Excited About Visiting the Dutch Bakery Museum?
The Dutch Bakery Museum (Bakkerijmuseum Hattem) is the place to be for food enthusiasts. You’ll discover the art and history of bread and baking. The museum was founded 150 years ago and comprises of three historic buildings connected by an underground tunnel. The bakery reflects the cooperation between Dutch farmers, millers, and bakers.
It’s Great Fun for the Entire Family
The Dutch Bakery Museum is an attraction for both the young and old. The museum organizes interactive shows, and kids can roll up their sleeves and bake.
When you enter the museum, you’re welcomed by the historical shop. You can choose from a large selection of local and traditional biscuits and cakes as well as other baking products. You’ll enjoy seeing the staff who are not only very friendly but also wear traditional clothing to maintain the historic nostalgia of the museum.
You can join a tour of the museum and learn the history of bread and baking through stories shown using various story-boards, videos, and scenes.
One of the most interesting customs of the Dutch Bakery Museum is that during the summer holidays, the baker blows a horn to let everyone know that the school holiday has started. Between July 7th and 31st of August, all children are offered special gifts.
The Dutch Bakery Museum in Hattem really is an extraordinary place for the entire family.
Book your stay at the Amsterdam Hostel Sarphati and you’ll be close to the most exciting attractions in Holland. Remember, it’s only one hour away from the Dutch Bakery Museum. You’ll love it.