Molen De Valk (The Falcon) is a tower mill dating back to 1743. All of its seven floors are open to the public. “Visitors are often surprised when they see how much is going on in De Valk,”says director Hennie van der Lelie. The top three floors are where the milling activities took place; the rest of the mill hosts an exhibition space and the living area. The mill is the only one in the Netherlands still showing the original 19th-century interior of the miller and his family.“Everything looks exactly the same as the day the last owner passed away in 1964.”