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Close to Vincent van Gogh - Het Noordbrabants Museum

Close to Vincent van Gogh - Het Noordbrabants Museum

Brabant is the birthplace of Hieronymus Bosch, Jan Sluijters and Vincent van Gogh. Hence the museum's special dedication to these world renowned painters. Who they are, how they worked and what they meant is told and shown at the museum in unique and palpable ways. The new presentation of Van Gogh in Het Noordbrabants Museum opens with original paintings by Vincent van Gogh from his Brabant period. At Het Noordbrabants Museum, you can become familiar with the art, history and culture of North Brabant. There are always innovative presentations and exhibitions for a broad public, and then in the middle of the beautiful and historical centre of 's-Hertogenbosch (Den Bosch). A visit can ideally be combined with one of the many tourist attractions in this unique town centre. Prices We offer special rates for travel organisations, hotels and other organisations in the tourist industry. We will happily discuss your requirements and what the museum has to offer, personally. Tours Tour operators can book a private group tour of the museum's Vincent van Gogh collection. Tours are conducted by museum guides and last 60 minutes.
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Story of Brabant - Het Noordbrabants Museum

Story of Brabant - Het Noordbrabants Museum

Discover all the important moments of Brabant’s history. This guided tour will start in the medieval duchy of Brabant. You will learn more about the 15th century with Jhernonimus Bosch. And later on the 16th and 17th century during the fight between the catholics and protestants, but also Spain between and Oranje Brabant. There is some progress in the 19th century with of course Vincent van Gogh: the artist who paints the peasant life of Brabant. In the 20th century you will get to know the industry of Brabant and his famous products and brands. Finally we will challenge you to predict the future of Brabant at the ‘Future Arena’.
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