In de Gecroonde Duyvekater Bakery Museum
In de Gecroonde Duyvekater Bakery Museum is located in a charming house dating back to 1658. The bakery is decorated in 19th-century style and features an authentic oven from that time. The bakery got its name from a type of sweet bread that is still made in the Zaan region. After a visit to the museum, you can buy a variety of traditional Dutch treats at the attached shop. This building once stood on the Hazepad in Zaandijk, but was moved to the Zaanse Schans in 1970.
The 'Gecroonde Duyvekater' is a nineteenth century baker's shop with a bakery and an authentic oven. The house is a national monument. Together the shop and the bakery form a surprisingly intimate bakery museum!
The museum's name comes from a well-known Zaans sweet bread that is still a delicacy today. This building used to be on Hazepad in Zaandijk. It has been on the Zaanse Schans since 1970.