The Staten Bible Museum has a collection of centuries-old Bibles with etchings, engravings, lithographs, woodcuts and maps. The images were created by famous painters, etchers and mapmakers between 1530 and 1900. Notable specimens include a Liesvelt Bible from 1538, whose printer had to pay for it with his life, and a French-language Huguenot Bible from 1669.
Specialized & Alternative Religion
The museum is open by appointment only.
Lingedijk 36, Leerdam
No exhibitions in Statenbijbelmuseum have been found.