Monuments with historical value are Wendezoele Museum, de Noordmolen (the North Mill), de Houtzaagmolen (sawmill), the Zoutmuseum (salt museum), the Old Blasius Church and the New Blasius Church. Twickel’s gardens are open to the public from April to October. Entering the house is only possible during de Kasteeldagen (the castle days).
Delden also has many interesting shops and galleries that are almost all open daily. It is also home to numerous events, such as the Streekmarkt Twente (Twente’s regional market) every first Saturday of the month, the Cultureel Straatfestival (cultural street festival) in September, the Hemelvaart Fiets4Daagse (four-day cycling event around Ascension Day), the Twentse Brocante Fair (Twente’s bric-a-brac and antiques fair) in June and the Midwinterwandeling (midwinter walk).
Do u want to learn more?
Want to know everything there is to know about Delden’s history? Join a city walking tour through Delden, every Thursday and every first Saturday of the month at 13:30, from May to October. More interested in art? Buy a description of the new Kunststappen art tour from the Tourist Office (VVV) in Delden.
There is a wide range of accommodation options available: hotels, bed & breakfasts, holiday homes, camp sites and RV parks.
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