Zeeland is perhaps a small province, but it has lots of musea.
On the website: zeelandmuseumland you will find all information about the 45 musea.
-both the dike and war museum and the flood museum tell us all about the inundation of Zeeland in 1953 and the chancing of sea level nowadays
-Eastern Sheldt museum (with its information about oyster farming and mussel growing)
-fruit growing museum,
- liberation museum: all about the Second World War in Zeeland
-Mini Mundi (with Zeeland in miniature)
-nature and landscape museum: Terra Maris, with many children activities
- maritime museums: Brouws museum in Brouwershaven and Museeum in Vlissingen. Learn everything about seafaring in ancient time. Find shop models and instruments. In Vlissingen you have the possibility to enter the kazemates (where once Napoleon had his bread ovens!) and the orange Mill with its exposition of the Second World War.
- de Burgse Schoole: discover the atmosphere of a dutch classroom in 1920
-willy's little shop,
- Zeeuws Musuem with Roman artefacts, a stunning gallery of paintings, an extensive fashion collection and unique medieval tapestries (made between 1593 and 1604).The six famous Zeeland tapestries show how the people of Zeeland fought the Spanish in the Eighty Years’ War.
Don't forget to visit the old ships in the harbours of Arnemuiden and Zierikzee. You may even take a look on the inside!
A ride on the steam train from Goes through Kwadendamme to the scenic village of Hoedekenskerke will take you back to the past: the days of the railroads of the thirties
Many villages of Zeeland still own mills. They have been used for milling grain or rapeseed. Many of them are still kept in working order and are open to the public. Find them all at the dutch Mill data site.
At Noord Beveland you will find several flourmills. In Wissenkerke: "de Onderneming" (uit 1860) en "Landzicht". At Colijnsplaat: mill "Nooitgedacht" and "de Oudemolen". At Kortgene: flourmill 'De Korenbloem' dating back to 1873.
The ones in Wissenkerke and Kortgene still sell flour and some regional products in their shops.
The "Oranje"Mill in Vlissingen contains an exposition of the Second World War. The Allied Forces came on land on this beach and called it "Uncle Beach". Nearby a Biber is to be seen: a small oneperson-submarine used by the Germans in the war.