Curious what a mill looks like inside and how it works? Then discover seven floors full of stories and history at the Molenmuseum de Valk.
Mill de Valk is a racking corn mill dating from 1743, the last original mill of the nineteen that once stood on the city walls of Leiden. The seven floors are all accessible to visitors. Unique is the miller's house from 1900. From the stand you have a beautiful view over Leiden. Molenmuseum de Valk gives you a good picture of the history of mills in the Netherlands and the technique of a cornmill in particular.
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