The Zwanenbroedershuis is a Neo-Gothic building. It is still the house where members of the ‘Illustre Lieve Vrouwe Broederschap’ meet. Besides the interior itself, the museum exhibits objects from the 16th and 17th centuries, including antique chairs with coats of arms, Neo-Gothic closets, a Neo-Gothic stove, handwritten choir books and jugs used by William of Orange. Coats of arms and books about coats of arms show what kind of people were members of the ‘Illustre Lieve Vrouwe Broederschap’.
|Tuesday||02:00 pm – 03:25 pm|
|Wednesday||02:00 pm – 03:25 pm|
|Thursday||02:00 pm – 03:25 pm|
|Sunday||02:00 pm – 03:25 pm|
|0 - 11||Free|
|12 and over||€5.00|
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