Explore interesting sights in Hellevoetsluis, Netherlands. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Hellevoetsluis, Netherlands.Sightseeing Tours in Hellevoetsluis
1. TOP Hellevoetsluis-Quackstrand
A Tourist Transfer Point (TOP) is a 'natural junction', where various cycling, sailing, skating and walking routes start. Each TOP is recognizable by its landmark, a kind of obelisk is used in the east of the country, a grass neck in the Green Heart and a remarkably large information column in the Gooi & Vecht region and the Rivierenland region. At TOPs there are often also a few seats, a bicycle rack and a signpost. TOPs in the Gooi & Vecht region are also always equipped with a bicycle rental, catering, (free) toilets, an ANWB Bicycle Service Box and a VVV information point.
2. Museumschip Buffel
HNLMS Buffel is a 19th-century ironclad ram ship. She was one of the main attractions of the Maritime Museum Rotterdam, also known as the Prince Hendrik Museum, named after its founder, Prince Henry (Hendrik) "The Navigator", who had a naval career and established the basis of the museum back in 1874. In October 2013 the ship moved to Hellevoetsluis and is again open for public.
3. Droogdok Jan Blanken
Hellevoetsluis Dry Dock is a historic double dry dock in Hellevoetsluis, Netherlands. It was constructed between 1798 and 1822 under the direction of Jan Blanken, and was part of the former Rijkswerf Hellevoetsluis. The dock is one of the rare surviving double dry docks. It is a national monument, and is in operation as part of the maritime attraction 'Dry Dock Jan Blanken',.
The Noord-Hinder is the last lightship built in the Netherlands. The ship was built in 1963 at shipyard De Waal in Zaltbommel and thoroughly rebuilt and fully automated in 1981 by shipyard Hoogenraad and Kuyt in Scheveningen. On March 21, 1994, this last Dutch lightship was finally removed from the sea and is now a museum ship in Hellevoetsluis.
The Zeezicht windmill near Nieuwenhoorn on Voorne-Putten in South Holland dates from 1718. It is a round stone ground sailer. Its predecessor on the same spot was a wooden standerdmolen that blew over in 1717.
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