Kinderdijk lies between Dordrecht and Rotterdam
Traveling by car to Kinderdijk? Then you must park at the entrance of Kinderdijk UNESCO World Heritage. Parking in the village of Kinderdijk is only allowed for permit holders between April 1 and November 1.
Our address is Nederwaard 1B, 2961 AS Kinderdijk.
PLEASE NOTE: Between April 1 and November 1, it is forbidden for visitors to the World Heritage Site to park in the village. Anyone who does so risks a fine.
Traveling to Kinderdijk by car? Our parking attendants at the entrance of the World Heritage Site will point you to the right place. Parking fares are 7,50 euros for cars, and 2.50 euros for motorcycles. You can only pay by card. We have a parking space for the disabled available near the visitor centre. Kinderdijk World Heritage does not have charging stations for cars and/or bicycles.
On Saturdays, Sundays, and a number of Dutch holidays, the parking facilities of the Royal IHC shipyard is open to tourist vehicles. Address: Smitweg 6 Kinderdijk. From there, you can walk over to the windmill area entrance in just about ten minutes.
Travelling by Waterbus is the perfect way to visit us by public transport. From Rotterdam or Dordrecht, half an hour’s sailing will get you to Kinderdijk in style!Plan your trip
By public transport
The corona crisis severely limits public transport options. For the latest information, check the Waterbus and Qbuzz websites.Plan your trip
Are you planning to visit Kinderdijk UNESCO World Heritage with a group? Contact us in advance, and we will look at your options under the present circumstances together.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