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What to do in Elburg?
While the town is small, there are many museums to visit. The 15th-century Agnietenconvent, or convent of St Agnes, is now home to Museum Elburg. This museum hosts both permanent and temporary exhibitions about the town’s history. The casemates, one of the oldest still-existing cannon cellars and the wall house where the poorest of Elburg’s citizens lived are part of Museum Elburg as well.
Elburg is a great place for lovers of water sports and nature. It is possible to take a trip on an original Botter, for instance, a type of traditional sailing ship that used to be used for fishing. At Veluwemeer lake you can also hire canoes and kayaks, go kitesurfing and windsurfing, and of course swim.
What are good places to eat in Elburg?
The town has many establishments where you can have a delicious meal. Walk down Jufferstraat street, where you will find such restaurants as De Zilverzoen and Restaurant De Haas in old, atmospheric buildings. Restaurant ‘t Olde Regthuys used to serve as a courthouse, now it serves delicious food.