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  • Dutch Village Canal Holland Michigan
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  • "The tulips were beautiful! The scenery was awesome and so many photo ops!"

    - Sherri from Clyde, Ohio
  • There's So Much to Do at Dutch Village.

    Download the Dutch Village Park Map (pdf).

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    Theme Park Entrances & Exits

    1. Carillion Bell Tower Main Entrance
    33. De Oostpoort - The East Gate

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    Rides & KinderSpel

    10. New for 2022! Tractor Time - take a tractor back in time to the Nelis Tulip Farm.
    11. Pirate Balloon Battle
    13. Dutch Dance Lessons (after dance performances)
    14. Giant Wooden Shoe Slide
    17. Harry's Windmill Ride - a 1940 Ferris Wheel
    18. De Kinderbaan - PlasmaCar Track
    19. De Kinderboerderij - Interactive Petting Farm (barn to be rebuilt in 2023.)
    20. Het Klimkasteel - The Climbing Castle
    22. De Kabelbaan - Mini Zip Line and Water Pumping Race
    23. Zweefmolen - Dutch Chair Swing Ride
    24. Draaimolen - 1924 Hershell-Spillman Carousel
    25. Petal Pumpers Cars - Self-propelled Train Car Ride

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    1. Carillion Bell Music - On the Hour & Westminster Chimes
    4. Children's Corner - Sjoelen (Dutch Shuffleboard) and 'Color a Delft Paper Plate'
    12. Hardewyk Chapel & Antique Dutch Wedding Wagon
    29. Nelis Tulip Farm Exhibit & Tulip Bulb Ordering
    30. Dutch Cheese Tasting - Over 25 Varieties

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    Scheduled Demonstrations

    5. Delftware Making & the VanderWilt Antique Collection
    6. Wooden Shoe Carver - Demonstrations by Hand and Machine
    13. Dutch Dancing and De Gouden Engel - Amsterdam Street Organ
    19. Barn to be rebuilt in 2023 after suffering a total loss due to fire in 2022.
    26. The Kolean Museum - Antiques, Costumes and Family Histories
    27. Waaggebouw - Replica of a Weighhouse from Oudewater. You can be weighed to determine if you might be a witch!
    28. De Oude School - One-room Schoolhouse to 'Learn a Few Dutch Words'
    30. Old Dutch Farmhouse Cheese Making 38. Turning Cocoa into Chocolate hands-on demonstration

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    Guest Services

    1. Lost & Found (including lost parents)
    2. Temporary Portable Restrooms (new restrooms coming in 2023!)
    21. South Restrooms
    30. First Aid
    For immediate help with any issue, ask an employee to call the Manager on Duty.

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    8. Waterrad - Water Wheel & Dutch Village Royalty
    12. The Giant Stork
    13. Photos with Dutch Dancers (after dance performances)
    27. Photo Cut-Out - Making Memories at Dutch Village

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    30. 't Kaasmeisje - Dutch Cheese including cheese tasting.
    31. Handpainted Delftware, Christmas Shop, T-Shirts, Delft Tiles, German Beer Steins and Cuckoo Clocks
    32. Wooden Shoes (Klompen), Wooden Tulips, Wooden Bowls, Toys and Blue & White Ceramic Souvenirs & Holland, Michigan Souvenirs
    33. De Oostpoort - Small Selection of Souvenirs.
    36. The Dutch Market - Dutch Food, Candies, and Chocolates.

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    Food and Beverages

    15. Ice Cream Shop - ice cream and beverages
    16. Het Terras - Event Space
    34. the Hungry Dutchman Cafe
    35. the Thirsty Dutchman Pub - Beer, Wine, and Cider
    37. De Koekjeshoek - Fresh-made Dutch stroopwafel cookies
    38. The Fudge Shop - Hand-crafted fudge made with Dutch cocoa

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    How large is Dutch Village?

    The village fills 10 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, canals and brick walkways.

    How long should I plan for my visit to Dutch Village?

    We recommend 3 to 4 hours to visit the village attractions with more time to eat and shop.

    What is included with admission to Dutch Village?

    All presentations, demonstrations, petting farm and rides are included with your admission. Some extra activities may require a purchase such as animal feed to feed the barn animals.