Lovers of art and culture are well catered for in Aalsmeer. The historic Watertoren Aalsmeer can be seen standing proudly on the banks of the Westeinderplassen; an architectural highlight from which you can enjoy magnificent views far beyond Aalsmeer. Another must for art lovers is the Flower Art Museum, with a wide collection of flower art. For people who like to roll up their sleeves and create their own flower arrangements, then the place to visit is the renowned Boerma Institute.
Art and culture can be found in abundance in Aalsmeer's artist studios. Here you will find ceramics, paintings, and sculptures made by local artists from the area.
Two local guys, Martijn de Liefde and Hedde Stegenga share a passion for water sports and before long will be sharing their passion with you too, on the water sports island of Fort
Aalsmeer is known as the flower village on the water and there is always plenty to do there. There is so much to do that you can easily spend a day in Aalsmeer and not be bored. Fo
Discover Aalsmeer by walking or cycling? What a great idea! In and around our village there are fun, interesting and challenging cycling and walking routes. Routes with lots of sig
Soap made from natural products, freshly smoked eels, blooming flowers and vintage furniture. These are just a few of the crafts you can enjoy from Kudelstaart and De Kwakel, near
Meet the local Constantijn: “The beauty of Aalsmeer is that it’s still a real village. A truly charming village with a windmill situated in its centre. It has its share of local tradesmen who own (family) shops, some of which have existed for more than 100 years. But at the same time, it also has a cosmopolitan feel about it. It is internationally renowned for its flower trade. There are members of the Aalsmeer business sector who travel internationally as part of their jobs but who personally remain very attached to the village.”