Domies Toen

A unique botanical garden near the Petruskerk in Pieterburen.

'Domies Toen', to the letter 'the garden of the vicar', is an old pastoral garden. An English style garden was laid in 1880, with a monumental red beech and plane tree. The parsonage was demolished in 1960, but the garden was saved and was given the name Domies Toen. In the garden there is still the old garden house, built in 1710. The garden is bordered on one side by an age-old garden wall. In the spring (almost) all 'stinzen plants' in the Netherlands bloom there, in the summer the flower meadows with countless native plants, including many species of the Red List. There are also borders and a herb garden in this special botanical garden.

The garden is open all year round.

Opening times

  • The garden is accessible all year round. The tearoom is closed in winter. The tea room is open from 1st of March on Sunday afternoon from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. From 1st of April to 1st of November, the tea room is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10.30 am to 5 pm. During Easter, Pentecost and the school holidays, Domies Toen is also open on Mondays.


  • Adults€3.00
  • ChildrenFree Children up to 12 years free of charge
  • MembersFree
  • You can pay the entrance fee at the entrance in cash or with QR.
  • Payment options: Cash