You can see how an expert makes clogs here every day. It takes much less time than you might think! You can visit both the wooden shoe workshop and the small but impressive clog museum free of charge. Not to be missed, because they feature one of the largest and most attractive collections of wooden shoes in the Netherlands. There are all kinds of beautiful shoes: painted, carved, ice clogs with iron trimmings, horse clogs, arty clogs and clogs from many countries around the world. The wooden shoe workshop is located in ‘De Vreede’ warehouse (1750), which was previously used to store grain and snuff. The warehouse was originally used by the Molenaar company (which made baby food) in Westzaan. The wooden shoe workshop also includes a large shop with wooden shoes to wear in all colours and sizes as well as miniature clogs, clog slippers, key rings and money boxes. It also includes a wide range of typically Dutch souvenirs to suit every taste.