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.