Do you want to cycle or walk? Shopping or viewing museums? There is plenty to do in the area. If you download the mapstr app, found in your app store, you can add me as a friend, in this app I have put all sights, trips etc etc. But also the practical addresses such as the supermarket and the doctor’s post are there. You get the right routes and information. If you download the app you have to create an account and then you can look up me under the name: mhop11, I will add you to my friends list and from that moment you can look up everything from the environment!
From Johannesberg you can start a cycle route or walking route, these routes are composed together with route.nl. You can always shorten or extend the routes. The routes can also be found at route.nl or via the route.nl app.
The cycle route is called: cycling through quiet forests and authentic villages (182867)
The walking route is called: Oldebroek heather on the Veluwe (115553)
Since recently a Klompenpad starts in Oldebroek. A hiking route of 16 kilometres through the diverse rural area of Oldebroek and Wezep. Of course there are even more hiking routes!
Johannesberg is not far from 2 LF cycling routes, more specifically LF NAP route 9, the LF 23 and also a number of junction routes, the Renderklippen route, Veluws Landleven route and the Veluws Verledenroute.
Elburg has a number of unique museums. For example the Sjoel; a museum about Jewish life in Elburg. In 2010 the Sjoel won the Mont Blanc Museum award for Best Small Museum. Definitely worth a visit!
Also nice: visiting the Botterwerf. Elburg is famous for its botters, and every year we celebrate the botter weekend (second weekend of September). A spectacle in the harbour of Elburg. The harbour is full of old botters, beautiful to look at! There is a lot of music in the city and at the market. On the botter wharf you can see how a botter is renovated and maintained. The botter wharf has adapted opening hours.
In Oldebroek there is De Bovenstreek farm museum. This is a farm from 1753. The farm presents a clear image of what farm life used to be like.
Further away from Johannesberg it is nice to visit the bakery museum in Hattem. And if you are in Hattem anyway, how about the Anton Pieck museum, also worth a visit!