Schokland: a symbol
of the Netherlands

The former island Schokland is a symbol of the traditional Dutch struggle against the water. Traces of this battle can be found everywhere on and around the island. This area has alternated between being sea and dry land, peninsula and island, peat and polder.
The former island still stands out as an elongated gently sloping back against the flat surrounding landscape of the Northeast polder.
Nowadays Schokland is an unique natural en cultural monument combined.
Museum Schokland   Gesteentetuin
Middelbuurt 3,   Keileemweg 1,
8319 AB Schokland   8319 AC Schokland
0527 25 13 96    
Opening hours:   Opening hours:
The whole year on Friday,   The Geo-garden is opened every
Saturday and Sunday   day from sunrise till sunset.
(except Newyearsday and    
Christmas day).   Openinghours Visitorscenter:
April till November   November till March
Tuesday, Wednesday and   Every Saturday and Sunday
Thursday   from 12.00 till 16.00
from 11.00 till 17.00.   March till November
    Every Saturday and Sunday
Extra:   from 12.00 till 17.00
July and August    
Monday till Sunday   In Holidays (North region)
from 10.00 till 17.00.   Tuesday till Sunday from
    12.00 till 17.00
Schokland 2015