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Ruïne van Brederode and its collection

Ruïne van Brederode

The Ruïne van Brederode is the family castle of the Lords of Brederode who played an important role in the country's history. It was one of the first square castles, built by Willem van Brederode at the request of the Count of Holland, Floris V. The Ruïne van Brederode is the first National Monument in the Netherlands and restored by architect Cuypers, who designed the Rijksmuseum and Central Station.

History & Anthropology  History & Anthropology Castle

Ruïne van Brederode
Velserenderlaan 2
2082 LA Santpoort

Visitor information Ruïne van Brederode

Opening hours

The Castle is closed during the winter months. From March 2023 visitors can discover the history of the Castle and the Lords of Brederode, climb the keep and have an alcohol free drink in our tea garden.


0 – 3Free
4 – 11€4.00
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Velserenderlaan 2, Santpoort

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