Since I'm not the biggest modern art fan, visiting a museum with a special exhibit with modern artists. But the local exhibits are great and they have some interesting permanent pieces. I could not find any information on the building and its history, though, while it is quite an old building with interesting features. Also, they do not have a... 更多
Temporary exhibition gives an overview of the city history and you can request English leaflet from the ticket counter. Temporary exhibitions don't have any translations available though. It's worth visiting to understand the city history a little bit better.
The Museum Flehite is not the most exciting place to visit for families. They have a quest for children which is very nice but the museum as a whole doesn't breathe vibrance. It is more for people of age
Nice quiet museum interesting exhibition. Great paintings and a nice coffee in the reception area . Only problem was they didnt take British Visa so embarrassingly my Dutch friend had to pay
The guide I read promised me an art museum, yes there are some few paintings but the high light is the history section showing many sceletons and how the city developed
The museum was okay. I thought it would have more information about the old city of Amersfoort, but there wasn't much about the city in the exhibits. The movie about the town gave much more of an overview of the history of the city. However, if you are an English-only speaker, this is not a good place to go. The... 更多
The many (narrow) floors of he museum display various exhibitions, of which many change all the time. The building is interesting in its own right, close to the historical hall of the city and an excellent stop on an easy stroll through the old city. Koppelpoort and t' Zand (good music and photography exhibitions in the Aegten kapel!!) very nearby... 更多
This museum is part of the old city of Amersfoort. It's located in three old and historic buildings. I watched the Cobra to Zero exhibition. Nice paintings of the Dutch couple Roetgering. You could also watch a part of the exhibition in the Mondriaanhouse. It's worth to go to this museum.
The museum is housed in 3 historic buildings (close to 500 years old) - which alone makes it worthwhile visiting! They are part of the so called Muurhuizen, and were painted as such already back in 1671 (Matthias Withoos). The museum itself was founded late 19th century. The collection contains over 24,000 items: paintings, objects (like a motorbike, and matchboxes),... 更多
The museum must realize that some of its patrons are non-Dutch speakers, making it helpful to have posters and placards... 更多