2016 it's the 500 year aniversary of Jheronimus Bosch Death year in 1516. Therefore there are many special events going on. The entrance fee for the center is 7 Euros, but for 10 Euros you can get the 90 minutes boat cruise on the inner City cannels "from hell to heaven" with stories about the City and Jheronismus Bosch. Twice... 更多
A former church turned into a museum devoted to Bosch' art. It is the perfect place to enjoy the copies of his works and other art objects related to Bosch. Nice book guide included in the entrance fee. The astrononomical clock is also really worth seeing. Count at least one hour for the visit or much longer if you want... 更多
Located in a church the modern museum displays pictures, statues and other art decor from the famous painter J.Bosch. Take a two hours to be engulfed in the wonderful world of this artist and time. Lovely art-store will have something for everyone at the end.
A beautiful old church houses the Bosch exhibition of his complete works. Whilst they are reproductions it is still amazing to see all his works in his home town. The booklet was in Dutch and English to explain each work and give the current owner of each piece. The shop sold postcards books and pictures. The astronomic clock is worth... 更多
Even without any of his original work, this museum is well worth the time. It helps you really understand the meaning and symbolism in his paintings and has blown up versions so you can see the detail. The ticket is included in one of the canal tours, which I also recommend.
When you visit, it's easy to see why Bosch was considered the Father of Surrealism. If that's not your cup of tea, then you will be happy to learn that this is not a huge museum. You can be in and out in an hour or you can spend many hours studying and pondering the symbolism in the artwork on... 更多
Although these are on copies of all of Hieronymus Bosch's work they are fully sized and richly detailed. The originals are spread over the world so this is a fabulous chance to see everything gathered together in one place. The building is an attractive old church. It is well worth taking the elevator to the 5th floor to see the... 更多
I was rather disappointed at the exhibition and expected there to be originals. No such luck. Apparently the tower is accessible by lift and you can walk down again to find an exhibition on the life and works of Jeroen Bosch. Me? I'm off to Madrid to see the originals in the Prado exhibition.