We bought some for now and for later. We also bought their State famous salami and summer sausage from the meat market across the street. All very tasty!!
The town square is the center of the April Festival where tulips abound. Maybe we'll have a chance to come back in the spring.
Historic house of one of the founding families. It was closed for the season.
Town square from a different angle. Note the bakery bottom right.
You can see the windmill down the road. It grinds the flour used in the bakery. It was made in Holland, disassembled and then reassembled in Pella.
Ya...Das is Elder Walton..
and das is Sister Walton.
Part of the tour in the historic village was to see an incredible miniature of a town in Holland.
The end result is a bag of flour!
These are shops and homes in the historic village. Very quaint, picturesque and interesting.
I did "try my hand" at the puppet theatre. I'd like Bryce to build one for when the grandkids come over.
I think it would be alot of fun and much better than TV.
This is Bryce's version of a "selfie"! Along with the puppet show, kids could dress up.
Tools used to carve wooden shoes.
Ladies...look at the old fashioned... perm machine???? Not too sure about that one!
We tried to call home from Pella but we had a bad connection!
Bryce really enjoyed the large personal collection of Delft. It really was beautiful.
One of the side streets had a cute walkway. The street directly around the town square and the windmill are very quaint and inviting.