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Brewery, bar, restaurant in a church.
Jopen has restored the age-old Haarlem brewing tradition. A former church in the lively center of Haarlem has been transformed into a modern city brewery, grand café and restaurant. The Jopenkerk Haarlem makes every visit a true experience. While enjoying lunch, tasting, drinks or dinner, you can…
Haarlem has its own brewery of beer called Jopen beer. It's exported all over the country to a lot of supermarkets and bars. So for a good glass of beer visit this good looking bar. It also displays the big brewery kettles making it a nice place for picture as well!
“The oldest art museum in the Netherlands remains as innovative as ever. Haarlem painters such as Frans Hals started implementing exciting, artistic innovations at the beginning of the 17th century. Thus they unleashed the unparalleled boom of painting in the Golden Age. Art that still has – to this day – an unrivalled international allure.”
“Teylers Museum Teylers Museum is the best-preserved 18th-century public knowledge institution for the arts and sciences in the world. It has been open to the public since 1784, welcoming all those who are eager to look at objects of interest in the visual arts and the sciences. It is a unique place with a remarkable atmosphere, and a visit is bound to be an unforgettable experience.”
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“Molen De Adriaan (Windmill) ★★★★ Papentorenvest 1A, Haarlem molenadriaan.nl/nl/ Haarlem’s windmill is famous and not to be missed. Picture perfect setting on the river Spaarne and the sheer size of this windmill ensure that this is one of Haarlem’s most impressive constructions. Inside the windmill all the working parts may be viewed and are explained, from wind to energy. ”
“The group of friends of the Friends of the Great Church association provides tours of the Great Church, attic tours, tower climbs, excursions to the Müller organ and tours for students in the Great or St. Bavo Church. Every Saturday there is a regular tour of the Grote Kerk at 2 p.m. Between May 15 and October 1 there is an additional tour at 2:30 PM. The church tour lasts approximately one hour and costs, including admission, € 6. No reservation required.”