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We went here because ever since I moved to the Netherlands and seeing those small mini houses all over the area, it was nice to finally see why they are there and what they do.
Really cool info about the salt extraction as well as...More
What a great place to visit! I know a little bit about salt and therefor curious how 'they' would present this product in a museum....? I have to admit....a great job! The Netherlands does have an interesting history about salt. The Netherlands have also a...More
This is a beautifully laid out small museum focusing on salt and the importance it has played throughout history from the slave trade to Gandhi's march through India. As an English speaker they do have an A4 handout however all the rest of the interpretation...More
The salt museum has nice flower boxes and the building is beautifully white from the outside. That does fit with the fact that it is a museum about salt. And ... that's where it basically ends as it comes to positives. Yes if you go...More
The city of Delden lies in the heart of the salt mining region in the Netherlands. Here in the city of Delden in 1888 (by chance) salt deposits were proven to exist. Since 1918 the "Koninklijke Nederlandse Zoutindustrie" (Royal Dutch Salt Enterprise) has been active...More