The Vischpoort used to be a defense tower, but it was turned into a gate in 1592 and it has been preserved to this day because the large lantern served as a coastal lantern in the last century. From the balcony you have a beautiful view over Elburg. The Kazematten are one of the oldest surviving cannon cellars in the Netherlands. They were part of the fortifications of the town of Elburg.Read more
Museum of Elburg
One of the most striking buildings in Elburg is the previous Agnietenconvent. Once it was a 15th century convent for women, now it houses Museum Elburg and the VVV tourist information agency. The museum has an extensive collection of objects about the history of Elburg and its surrounding. You can visit the former convent buildings, including the remarkable medieval double chapel. The Vischpoort, the casemates and the little wall-house also belong to the museum.Read more
Herb garden "De Groene Kruidhof"
In the oldest part of Elburg, within the town walls, you find a beautiful and historic herb garden. In the past, healing herbs were grown here for the adjacent guesthouse where the sick were treated. A place of peace and silence.Read more
8081 CR Elburg
The highway A28, the connection between North and Western Holland, crosses the township Elburg. Therefore Elburg is very accessible from all directions, including our international airport Schiphol.
Furthermore a NS-train station is located in ’t Harde, between Zwolle and Utrecht. Elburg-Vesting is near the Veluwemeer, which ensures very good accessibility by boat, train and car.