Museum Betje Wolff is housed in a former rectory. The name of the museum is derived from the 18th century Dutch writer Elizabeth (Betje) Wolff, who lived in the house during her marriage. The ‘style rooms’ illustrate three centuries of working and living in the Beemster area. The library contains nearly the entire collection of books by Wolff and her friend Aagje Deken. The restored study and book room can be visited in the attic. In addition, the museum has a garden in 18th century style.
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Middenweg 178, Middenbeemster
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