Explore interesting sights in Lisse, 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 8 sights are available in Lisse, Netherlands.
The Lisserpoelmolen is a polder mill from 1676 in the Dutch municipality of Lisse. The mill was built for the drainage of the Lisserpoelpolder. In the mill there is a steel auger, which was very exceptional at the time of construction: most polder mills were still equipped with a paddle wheel. The Lisserpoelmolen is grinding, but only grinds on a voluntary basis. The mill was originally owned by the Lisserpoelpolder water board, succeeded by the De Oude Veenen water board. Since 1986, the Lisserpoelmolen has been owned by the Rijnlandse Molenstichting. The mill is inhabited and cannot be visited.
2. TOP Lisse
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.
The Lageveensemolen is a polder mill from 1890 in the Dutch municipality of Lisse. The mill was built for the drainage of the Lageveense polder. The predecessor of this mill was moved twice: once in 1657 during the construction of the Leidsevaart and once in 1842 during the construction of the Haarlem-The Hague railway. The current mill dates from 1890 and replaced its predecessor which burned down in that year. The Lageveensemolen is owned by the Rijnlandse Molenstichting. The mill can be visited by appointment.
Keukenhof, also known as the Garden of Europe, is one of the world's largest flower gardens, situated in the municipality of Lisse, in the Netherlands. According to the official website, Keukenhof Park covers an area of 32 hectares and approximately 7 million flower bulbs are planted in the gardens annually. Keukenhof is widely known for its tulips, and it also features numerous other flowers, including hyacinths, daffodils, lilies, roses, carnations and irises.
The Keukenhofmolen is a scaffolding mill on the grounds of the Keukenhof in the Dutch town of Lisse. The mill originates from Scharmer, where it was built in 1892 as a polder mill. It was still a ground sailor there. In 1957 the mill was moved to the Keukenhof site, as a gift from the Holland-America Line. In Keukenhof, the mill only functions as an ornamental object. The mill can run and has a flight of 17.90 meters. It is covered with roofing felt.
6. Kasteel Keukenhof
Keukenhof Castle in the South Holland town of Lisse was originally built in 1642 as a classicist country house by Adriaen Maertensz. Block, a former commander of the VOC in the Moluccas. It is not clear whether he also inhabited it. Later owners included the anatomist Prof. Willem Röell and the art connoisseur Johan Steengracht van Oostcapelle, who saved the castle from destruction in 1809.
The Zemelmolen, also called Zemelpoldermolen or Molen van de Zemelpolder, is an octagonal polder mill from 2003 in the Dutch town of Lisse. The Zemelmolen is grinding, but only thanks to volunteers. In the mill there is an iron paddle wheel.
8. Grote Kerk
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