Eenrum is a village built on an artificial mound, which grew from the first inhabitation on a marsh bank. After the area was secured with dykes, it became an agricultural village with fields, meadows and haystacks. For a while a serious battle with Uithuizen loomed in 1231, but in 1250 peace was made.In the twelfth century a church was built in Eenrum in the Romano-Gothic style, similar to many small churches in the north of the Netherlands. The sturdy tower dates from the 17th century and barely escaped destruction when it was struck by lightning in 1873.De Lelie flour mill was built in 1863 and has now been renovated. The windmill is in operation thanks to volunteer millers and it houses a bakery museum. At the foot of De Lelie is Abraham's Mustard factory and Restaurant. Here you can learn all about making mustard. In the Molenstraat, the remains of LutjeMeuln ('Little Mill') can be seen, the largest wheat and hulling mill of the province in its hay day (1737).The former grocery shop has been renovated and turned into Grand Hotel 'De KrommeRaake'. It is the smallest hotel in the world, with one guest room, but fitted with all the mod-cons.Have you always wanted to own a few 'trips'? The last maker of wooden shoes in Groningen can certainly arrange this for you. These traditional wooden shoes, called 'trips', have a leather band across the foot, instead of the usual wooden top.The 'Notaorestoen' tree collection, created by local public notary Smit, with 600 rhododendrons, can be found in the Eenrummer woods. On de Handerweg road, you will find 'De KleinePlantage', a plant nursery with ornamental gardens.