Step back in time and visit Bakery Museum ‘In de Gecroonde Duyvekater’. This intimate museum dates from 1658. The original bakery is full of tasty treats and has a beautiful marble floor. It also features an authentic bread-baking oven.
The museum takes its name from the duivekater, a popular sweet local bread. Of course, you can try out the duivekater in the bakery, along with other traditional Dutch bakery products and confectionery. The bakery was donated to Zaanse Schans in 1971 by local company Royal Wessanen NV. The building was originally stood on Hazepad in Zaandijk.