Parking at Kinderdijk UNESCO World Heritage
Coming to Kinderdijk UNESCO World Heritage by car? There is a parking lot at the entrance of the World Heritage Site.
Parking near the mills
For a visit to Kinderdijk UNESCO World Heritage there is a parking lot directly at the entrance of the World Heritage Site. From there, you can walk straight towards the windmills.
There is a disabled parking space near the Visitors Centre in Kinderdijk. We do not have an electric pole to charge bicycles and/or cars.
Address: Nederwaard 1, Kinderdijk
Weekends and holidays
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 in about ten minutes.
The camper can be parked at a few spots around Kinderdijk World Heritage. Please check this page for more information.
Route from Rotterdam, Gouda and surroundings
From Rotterdam, Gouda and surroundings you can reach Kinderdijk faster with the ferry service between Krimpen aan de Lek and Kinderdijk. This route is also less traffic sensitive. In World Heritage Kinderdijk it’s all about water, including the best route to get there.
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
By public transport
Kinderdijk UNESCO World Heritage is accessible all year round by public transport. From cities like Dordrecht and Rotterdam you get off at the entrance to the World Heritage!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