Experience the cultural richness and history of the province of Zeeland at the Zeeuws Museum (Zeeland Museum), located in the heart of Middelburg. An engaging journey through time, from the Middle Ages to the present day, with surprising contemporary presentations that reveal the unique aspects of Zeeland.
What Can You Expect?
- Unique Objects: An impressive collection of art and objects that tell the unique history of Zeeland. From beautiful medieval tapestries, archaeology, paintings, and silver to contemporary art, each piece tells its own story about the region.
- Eighty Years' War: Experience the Eighty Years' War through a series of unique, world-famous tapestries depicting naval battles from the 16th century.
- Cabinets of Curiosities: Be amazed by the unique treasures and curiosities in the Cabinets of Curiosities. Discover rare finds from Asia, Africa, and South America collected by Zeelanders over the centuries.
- Fashion Presentation: Be surprised by the fashion presentation that combines traditional costumes, fashion, and contemporary designs.
- Architectural Beauty: The museum building, located in a beautiful medieval abbey complex, is an architectural highlight and a work of art in itself.
- Museum Café and Shop: In the contemporary museum café, you can enjoy fresh local products. In the summer, the terrace on the atmospheric Abdijplein is a great place to relax. In the museum shop, you have plenty of choices of contemporary Zeelandic products and books related to the collection.
A Unique Cultural Experience
Visit the Zeeuws Museum for a fascinating dive into the history, art, and culture of Zeeland. It's an ideal destination for anyone interested in Dutch regional history and its influences on modern culture.
Furthermore Zeeland Museum is near the following sights: Middelburg Boat Tour (±700 m), Indoor Karting Middelburg (±1,6 km), Mini Mundi (±2,6 km), Indoor Playground Monkey Town Middelburg (±2,6 km) & Bounce Vally (±2,6 km).
For information:Zeeuws Museum
Abdij Middelburg, Middelburg
tel. +31 118 653 000