Be sure to take a look up here. The facing bricks tell the story of the Battle of the Zuiderzee as a comic book.
On this cozy square, several streets converge. The red stone that can be found in the square used to be the backdrop of bloody activities.
Welcome to the golden age. In one of the most beautiful buildings of Hoorn you will find this museum where the accent is on the period between 1500 and 1800.
A museum harbour with sailing monuments and a fascinating exhibition. The exhibition broadly follows the maritime history of Hoorn.
Explore Hoorn's harbours from the water, take a cruise along the city's coastline or opt for a ride to another port stop.
Hoorn Maritiem hangs full of clothing that is perfect for on and around the water. From Norwegian and skipper bushes to a collection of waterproof windbreakers.
Father Abraham's song 'The little cafe on the dock' is written about this cafe. For old-fashioned cosiness you are definitely good here.
Via an exciting staircase up you enter an atmospheric restaurant with a nice view over the harbour. For a delicious dinner or a cup of coffee.
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