Museum Belvedere

Expedition Zone
Address: Orange Nassaulaan 12, Oranjewoud
Walking distance: 16 minutes
Setting: Indoor
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible.
Parking: The museum has its own parking lot on Oranje Nassaulaan. You must drive down this road to the end.
Details: Museum Belvédère will also be the focal point of Expedition Zone in 2024 . The complete day's programming in and around the museum can be visited with the Day Ticket Expedition Zone or a museum admission ticket for € 19.50 (the Museum Card is also valid with a surcharge of € 5.50). This includes admission to Festivalhart de Proeftuin and the Family Zone.
GPS location: 52.957480352896, 5.9643745422363

Museum Belvédère, named after the Belvédère watchtower just down the road, originates from the desire of three men: Thom Mercuur, Sjoerd de Vries and Boele Bregman. On Nov. 24, 2004, the museum was opened by Queen Beatrix. The building was designed by Eerde Schippers and won the 2006 BNA Building of the Year competition. The surrounding museum park was designed by landscape architect Michael R. van Gessel.

Website Museum Belvédère

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