Clog Museum

From inside the modern clog museum you can see how the sixth generation of clog makers create their wooden shoes today. Every week, hundreds of pairs of clogs are still made here and sold in our own shop.
In the past, every area had its own style of clog. As clog makers disappeared, so too did the ‘local models’, as they were called. This inspired us to start a collection,  as clogs are part of our cultural heritage. What began as a hobby has grown into a substantial educational museum. As well as seeing Dutch clogs and learning about the history of this footwear, you can admire our large collection of wooden shoes from around the world. A visit to the museum will reveal the origins, use and manufacture of the clog

Clog mini-golf course
To make the museum more interactive, we built a clog mini-golf course. While playing mini-golf you get the chance to wear clogs, so that you can experience what it is like to walk around in them.  The 10-hole mini-golf course illustrates the process of clog-making. With old machines and other equipment serving as obstacles on the course, you can discover in a playful way how clogs are made in the present day.

Opening times:
– Monday to Friday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
– Saturday 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
– Closed on public holidays
– In July & August we are also open on Sundays from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Admission to museum:
– up to age 12: €2.00 p.p.
– adults: €3.50 p.p.

Guided tours for groups can be arranged here.

  • €17,50 per group (minimum 10, maximum 25 persons)


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