By public transport
Travel by bus to Kinderdijk
Kinderdijk UNESCO World Heritage is accessible all year round by public transport. The bus by road, the Waterbus by river. From cities like Dordrecht and Rotterdam you get off at the entrance to the World Heritage!
Rotterdam – Kinderdijk
Line 489: Starting point Rotterdam Kralingse Zoom. About 35 minutes travel time to Kinderdijk Molenkade. Runs twice an hour, seven days a week. From Rotterdam-Center/Rotterdam-Alexander Station you travel with the RET metro line A/B/C to metro station Kralingse Zoom. From Rotterdam-Zuid or Rotterdam Central Station, take RET Tram line 23 to Beverwaard and change at P + R Beverwaard to Line 489.
Dordrecht – Kinderdijk
Line 93: Runs once an hour from Monday to Friday from platform B of Central Station to Kinderdijk. For the return journey to Dordrecht, take Line 489 in Kinderdijk to Nieuw-Lekkerland, from there the bus continues as Line 93 to Dordrecht.
Line 416: Runs every half hour seven days a week from platform B to Alblasserdam, Makado. There, change to Line 489 to Kinderdijk. You can buy a drink at this stop if you have to wait for the transfer.
Tourist day ticket
The 1-Day ticket from RET is not valid at Qbuzz. However, the tourist day ticket is valid at Qbuzz. On the Qbuzz buses you can easily buy a single ticket with debit & credit card, or you travel with the OV-chipkaart.
- All travel information within reach.
Park in Alblasserdam and take the shuttle bus or bike to Kinderdijk. Only permit holders are allowed to park in the village of Kinderdijk.Plan your trip
Nothing beats making a trip to the windmills by water, and the best way to do that is by using the Waterbus.Plan your trip
Are you planning to visit Kinderdijk UNESCO World Heritage with a group? Contact us in advance, prior reservations are always mandatory!Plan your trip
By camper van
If you’re travelling by camper van, check out your options for parking and overnight stays.Plan your trip