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Holland Visitors Guide 2017
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Dutch Experience

Throughout the history of Holland, MI right up to today, the city's Dutch heritage is pervasive and cherished. You'll see it in the spring as millions of tulips bloom throughout the city. You'll see it in the Dutch architecture, particularly downtown where there's been a surge of facade restorations and redesigns. You'll taste it in the Dutch delicacies found in shops and eateries around town. And you'll experience it at our Dutch attractions and during events like Dutch Winterfest and the Tulip Time Festival. 

So whether touring DeZwaan Windmill, learning how to Klompen dance at Nelis' Dutch Village, tiptoeing through the tulips at Veldheer Tulip Farm, or exploring the history of Holland and its Dutch art collection at the Holland Museum, you'll see how Holland honors and delights in its Dutch heritage.  

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DeKlomp Wooden Shoe & Delft Factory

  • 12755 Quincy Avenue,
  •  Holland, MI 49424

At this double Dutch delight, you can talk with the artists as they mold, hand-paint, and glaze the only authentic blue and white delftware made in the U.S, or watch the wooden shoe carving on

Dutch Heritage Coordinating Council

  • 9 East 10th Street,
  •  Holland, MI 49423

The Dutch Heritage Coordinating Council (DHCC) provides a forum for further preservation and promotion of Dutch heritage in the Greater Holland/Zeeland Area. DHCC supports thoughtful, authentic,

Dutch Winterfest

  • 150 W. 8th St.,
  •  Holland, MI 49423

November 22-December 13, 2014! Dutch Winterfest in Holland is a delightful time of the year, with many events including the Holiday Kerstmarkt and a Parade of Lights and Sinterklaas Eve events. Check

Holland Museum

  • 31 West 10th Street,
  •  Holland, MI 49423

The best way to get acquainted with Holland is to take a crash course in its fascinating history-and there's no better place for this than the Holland Museum. Here you'll experience the arrival of

Nelis' Dutch Village

  • 12350 James Street,
  •  Holland, MI 49424

Experience the Netherlands of the 1800's in 10 acres of authentic Dutch architecture, canals, and spectacular gardens. Enjoy the Klompen dancers and music from the Amsterdam Street Organ, and peruse

Tulip Time Festival, Inc.

  • 74 West Eighth Street,
  •  Holland, Michigan 49423

Visitors from all over the world come to see millions of tulips in parks, gardens and tulip lanes. The festival hosts 3 parades, music and variety shows, concerts, dinner theatre and over 1,100

Veldheer Tulip Gardens

  • 12755 Quincy Street,
  •  Holland, MI 49424

Holland's only tulip farm is ablaze with acres of tulips in May. Enjoy many varieties of lilies through spring and summer. And bring a little Tulip Time home with your bulbs for fall plantings become

Windmill Island Gardens

  • 7th Street and Lincoln Avenue,
  •  Holland, MI 49423

A palette of color awaits you as you wind along the entrance to Holland's treasured island. Tour five stories of the DeZwaan windmill, the only authentic Dutch windmill operating in the United



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Holland, MI   49423

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