Others are located between Rolde and Eext, just south of Anloo in the National Landscape of the Drentsche Aa and adjacent to the Balloërveld, a vast heathland. The village has about 250 inhabitants.
In others, as in Drouwen, stone fist beans were found from 60,000 BC. These are the oldest evidence of habitation in Drenthe. The place certainly lasts more than 600 years. A few bunches of the farm at Hagenend 3 originated in 1385. The historic farm, a national monument, burned completely on 25 August 2011.
The area is ideal for beautiful cycling and hiking. Nice excursions in the vicinity include: Kabouterland, the Sprookjeshof, Orvelte, the Tree crown road, Traffic Park Assen and various museums and antique farms. There are also plenty of water recreation possibilities.
The place Others counts a total of five entries in the national register, including a farmhouse with a dwelling house originally built as a dairy farm. The remaining four registrations apply to buildings that were originally built as farms: two farms with backliners and attached sheep cage, a farm with a rear runner under wicker shield roof with wolf end and a separate sheepfold.
At bicycle distance from the village you can continue Bartje Village in Rolde, Village Museum De Kluis in Eext, Pinetum Ter Borgh in Anloo, Jacobuskerk Rolde, Mill Rolde, Swimming Pool Hof van Saksen in Nooitgedacht, Drentsche Aa Balloule, Reformed Church in Anloo and The Mill Hazewind and Pool Swan Lake, both found in Casting.