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It is a small museum about religion in The Netherlands. The main theme is Franciscus van Assisi. However there are two additional reasons you should visit this museum. First they have a small section about the conservation of wooden art. But the biggest must see...More
A museum of monk and nun history, that's not surprising as Weert boasts a convent in its city centre.You can see an original monk cell [ similar to a prison cell actually ] and get a feel for secular life as it was.Literature is however...More
I visited this museum only because of my curiosity. My visit was nice but not great.
The museum is very small and simple. The information that are provided are in Dutch. If you do not speak that language I would say it is impossible to...More
I went to this museum during a special exhibition of Rembrandt's etches. I found it quite good, and the experience was improved through the use of a tablet providing background information. The permanent collection of religious art was also interesting. Much better than expected, but...More
Opposite to the church you will find the Jacob van Horne Museum in the former town hall (that dates back to 1543). The museum is dedicated to the order of Fransiscus of Assisi and shows statues, silver, paintings and other artifacts from the middle ages....More