Our Theme Park honors our Dutch heritage and includes buildings with authentic Dutch architecture, brick walkways, canals, and gardens. Our village called Noordhuizen depicts typical life in the Netherlands in the late 1800s. As you enjoy the music, demonstrations, costumed associates, rides, and many children’s activities, it will seem like it’s a day when the carnival comes to town.

For a preview of your visit, please use our website and/or the links below. You can also view or print our 2015 park guide folder. Our goal is to provide you with a memorable family fun experience.
1. Carillon Bell Tower - North Park Entrance 2. Dutch Village Offices & First Aid
3. Restrooms 4. Queen's Inn Banquet Facility
5. Children's Interactive Workshop 6. Bioscoop - Movie Theater
7. Waterrad - Water Wheel 8. Polder Molen - Windmill
9. Pieter and the dikeThe Boy Who Saved Holland 10. Dutch Mail Cart
11. Grape Arbor 12. Hardewyk Chapel & Wedding Wagon
13. The Giant Stork - photo opportunity 14. De Gouden Engel - The Golden Angel Street Organ
15. Dutch Dancers and Dutch Dance Lessons 16. Wooden Shoe Slide
17. Old Dutch Cheese Making 18. Frisian Farmhouse & Barn
19. Petting Zoo and Take a Goat for a Walk 20. Zweefmolen - Dutch Chair Swing Ride
21. Restrooms 22. Draaimolen - 1924 Herschell-Spillman Carousel
23. Kolean Museum - antique costumes,
Dutch Village History
24. Waaggebouw - reproduction of the Weighhouse in Oudewater, NL
25. DeTiet - Amsterdam Street Organ 26. NEW! Petal Pumper Cars - Children's Ride
27. Delphine Sanger Delftware Pavilion 28. Handpainted Delftware Shop-Christmas shop, delft tiles, Dutch lace, German cuckoo clocks and steins.
29. Wooden Shoe Carving -
demonstrations by hand and machine
30. The Dutch Dip - Ice Cream Shoppe
31. The Hungry Dutchman Café 32. Imported Dutch Cheese Shop and Cheese Tasting
33. Dutch Chocolate, Candy,
and Cookies Shop
34. DeZoete Haan - homemade
Dutch fudge and peanut brittle
35. Holland House Candles - handcarved while you watch 36. Garden Shop, Tulip Bulb Ordering,
& Park Exit
                    Our large import shops are adjacent to our theme park and are open throughout the year.

Watch the video below to see how Wooden Shoes are made