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Guitar Festival > Sun 18 Jun 2017

On Sunday 18 June 2017 the Guitar Festival will be organized in the Zuiderzee Museum for the fifth time. In cooperation with the GitaarSalon Enkhuizen and BravaNL Classical, many guitarists from home and abroad will play their favourite musical styles in the Indoor and Outdoor Museums. Visitors are welcome to listen to various genres such as world music, flamenco, classical, jazz, singer-song writer, fingerstyle and blues. 

On Father's Day, Sunday 18 June, the Zuiderzee Museum offers all fathers a special surprise: free admission to the Museum as well as to the Guitar Festival.

Handmade

The Zuiderzee Museum aims to keep crafts alive and this season they receive even more attention within the context of the central theme Handmade. In the Outdoor Museum, visit the workshops of the fish smoker, sailmaker, ropemaker, netmaker, smith, cooper, stoker and basket weaver. Find out how it is that even today their craftsmanship is of great value and get to work on these trades yourself! In a pavilion designed especially for this year, you can set to work with typical Zuiderzee materials. Discover your creative talents and artisanal qualities. A great experience!

Outdoor Museum

The Museum ferry will take you on the IJsselmeer to the Outdoor Museum, where you can make a walk through history. Go for a stroll on the cobbled streets along more than 140 authentic  dwellings, shops and workshops from villages round the former Zuiderzee including a chapel and a fish smoking shed. Give craftsmen in the Marken harbour a hand making nets, make a rope in the special workshop, give the housemaid a hand or have a chat with the Urk 'residents'. On the city canal there is a dressing-up chest with colourful traditional costumes that the children can put on. Join the family in a 1920s household for a meal or tuck into a lovely fresh-smoked fish. 
A number of presentations offers modern interpretations of traditional techniques, materials and themes, such as Richard Hutten's Zuiderzee Chair in the chapel.