Dordts Patriciërshuis - Museum aan de Maas

At the Dordts Patriciërshuis - Museum aan de Maas, you can experience how wealthy citizens lived at the end of the 18th century. Until Napoleon came to power and everything changed! In a film in the attic, where the original drying poles for laundry are still preserved, the last residents explain why they left the building to open it to visitors. It also tells what can be seen in the period rooms in a way that is enjoyable for laymen and art historians alike. The eye-catcher of the building is the round Maaskamer, built around 1780, which offers a magnificent view of the busiest tri-river point in Europe where the Oude Maas, Merwede and Noord rivers meet. In the summer kitchen in the basement, which offers the same view as the Maaskamer, you will be offered a cup of coffee or tea by the museum's hospitable staff.

Unique meeting location
Het Dordts Patriciërshuis is an ideal location for organising business meetings. Het Dordts Patriciërshuis is at your disposal outside the museum's opening hours. The meeting rooms are equipped with Wifi. There is a beamer and a writing board with felt-tip pens.
A guided tour of the museum is also possible.

PDF and video view
To learn more about the museum, read the article in NRC's cultural supplement or watch the video here.

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