You step back in time with a visit to Huis Polman. Experience for yourself what it was like to have lived here in the 1950s reconstruction years in the Northeast Polder. You literally imagine yourself to be Annie or Bernard Polman. Open the cupboards and see what's inside, take a seat at the kitchen table to read the newspaper or sit back in the armchair and listen to the radio.
House Polman is a feast of recognition, which starts with the layout of the house. Perhaps a smell reminds you of your former neighbour's soup or you recognise the lamp your (grand)parents also had hanging in the house. Come along and discover how the first inhabitants of the flat-roofed village of Nagele lived here.