Haarlem

Recently, I visited Haarlem which is home to the Ten Boom clock shop, Kenau Simonsdochter Hasselaer*, several museums, and lots of lovely architecture.

As I travel around the Netherlands, I am noticing that each train station looks different and many of them have lovely architecture and artwork. The Haarlem Station is no exception.

Art in the Haarlem Train Station
Art in the Haarlem Train Station

Stained glass window at the Haarlem Train Station
Stained glass window at the Haarlem Train Station
More art in the Haarlem Train Station
More art in the Haarlem Train Station
Third Class Waiting Room (apparently now these waiting rooms have been converted into a salsa club). Now there are only 1st and 2nd class train tickets.
Third Class Waiting Room (apparently now these waiting rooms have been converted into a salsa club). Now there are only 1st and 2nd class train tickets.

Cool Haarlem Building

I did not go inside the Ten Boom shop this visit but I plan to return in the future.

The Ten Boom Clock Shop where Corrie Ten Boom and her family hid Jews during WWII.
The Ten Boom Clock Shop where Corrie Ten Boom and her family hid Jews during WWII.

Historic Building with an apothecary head outside.
Historic Building with an apothecary head outside.
Hermes Foot statue by a canal in Haarlem
Hermes Foot statue by a canal in Haarlem
church in Haarlem
church in Haarlem

*I did visit the Frans Hals Museum exhibit on Kenau. She was a Dutch woman who fought against the Spanish in 1573.