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In this museum you will get to know life on the farm as it was customary on the Kampereiland about a hundred years ago. Kampereiland has traditionally been a true meadow area in the IJsseldelta. The museum is located in a nineteenth-century terp farm. Here you will find, among other things, an ever-changing exhibition of traditional hats and costumes. In the 'room over de heerd' you can see a complete bedroom interior in Art Deco style from 1930. You can also see what a box bed, a fireplace with an old stove, a churning mill and old cow stables look like. In the kitchen you will find the associated attributes of the past: wecking stuff and skim vats for the milk. Until the Afsluitdijk was realized in 1932, farmers had to be constantly prepared for flooding. The cows regularly got wet feet in the stables and the farmer got wet feet. You can also find more information in the museum about the origin of Kampereiland on the basis of map material.
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