Kinderdijk lies between Dordrecht and Rotterdam
Travelling by car is by no means the ideal way of getting to Kinderdijk. Still, if you have no other options, check out our parking facilities here.
Our address is Nederwaard 1, 2961 AS Kinderdijk.
The number of parking spaces near the entrance to Kinderdijk UNESCO World Heritage is severely limited. Our advice to you: use the Waterbus! Travelling by public transport across the water is not only fun, cheap, and convenient; it’s also a very Dutch way of moving around the country. If you absolutely need to use your car to get here, be warned: we only have about 50 parking spaces available near the entrance to the windmill area – and all of those are paid parking spaces, too.
Parking fares are 5 euros for cars, and 2.50 euros for motorbikes.
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. Parking is free here as well.
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
Due to Covid-19 measures, part of UNESCO World Heritage Kinderdijk is closed during our opening hours, therefore it is not possible to cycle past all of the mills during the day.Plan your trip