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Flood museum - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

5, Weg van de Buitenlandse Pers, 4305 RJ Ouwerkerk, Netherlands

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About Flood museum

Flood Museum in Ouwerkerk, Netherlands is the "National Knowledge and Remembrance Centre for the Floods of 1953" and offers an in-depth picture of the events during and after the flood of 1 February 1953. The museum was officially opened on 2 April 2001. The museum also educates visitors about water safety, and the museum collects global knowledge about flooding.


Attractions Near Flood museum

Stadhuismuseum Zierikzee
Stadhuismuseum Zierikzee5.68km from Flood museum

The Zierikzee Town Hall Museum is a regional museum in Schouwen-Duiveland , in the Dutch province of Zeeland , that tells the story of the city of Zierikzee and of the municipality of Schouwen-Duiveland. The museum is located in the old, 16th-century town hall of Zierikzee on the Meelstraat, right in the center of the old port city. Via the town hall museum you can also visit 's Gravensteen , the old town prison of Zierikzee.

Sint-Lievensmonstertoren
Sint-Lievensmonstertoren 5.9km from Flood museum

The Sint-Lievensmonstertoren is a 62 meter high tower in Zierikzee in the Dutch province of Zeeland . The church tower of the former Sint-Lievenskerk is popularly referred to as the 'thick tower'. The accompanying church was destroyed by a fire in 1832.

museum Goemanszorg
museum Goemanszorg8.04km from Flood museum

The Museum Goemanszorg is a museum in Dreister in a restored 18th century farmhouse. In the museum you can see a fully furnished farmhouse from around 1900 with a dignified, authentic cellar, a bestée , a kitchen and an opkaemer. A beautiful garden has been created around the museum with old agricultural crops, kruujen and 'oogstamfruit trees. The large barn is full of work for the cultivation of flax and madder.

Krabbenkreek
Krabbenkreek10.86km from Flood museum

The Krabbenkreek is a body of water between the former islands of Tholen and Sint Philipsland in the Dutch province of Zeeland. It flows into the Mastgat in the west and on the east it ended in the former Eendracht, the present -day Scheldt-Rhine Canal. The Krabbenkreekdam was constructed in 1972 for shipping on this canal.

Natuurgebied de Pluimpot
Natuurgebied de Pluimpot11.05km from Flood museum

Pluimpot is the name of a nature reserve in the Zeeland municipality of Tholen. The area was created after the last part of the Pluimpot was dammed in 1957 as part of the Delta Works . It is located south of Sint Maartensdijk . The area measures 27 ha and is managed by Staatsbosbeheer. It is a foraging and breeding area for birds such as oystercatcher , avocet and common tern.

De Goese Golf
De Goese Golf11.72km from Flood museum

De Goese Golf is a Dutch golf course in Goes , in the province of Zeeland. The golf course in Goes is a polder course, on 12 of the 18 holes the player has to deal with water hazards. There is also a 9-hole par 3 course. De Goese Golf has a high clubhouse, which is located on an island in the Goese Meer. The terrace offers a wide view over the golf course and the adjacent protected nature reserve 'de Oosterschelde'.

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Zeeland is the westernmost and least populous province of the Netherlands. It consists of a number of islands and peninsulas. Tourism plays a major role in the province’s economy as the local beaches become tourist hotspots in the summer. German tourists, in particular, flock to Zeeland to enjoy its beautiful weather and stunning beaches.

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