- A castle built in the beginning of the 20th Century and on the ruins of an old manor house, its current owner has converted it into an art gallery and museum. The permanent collection of the museum comprises of portraits of Henry Sypesteyn and his ancestors from the 16th, 17th and the 18th Century by artists such as Jan Mijtens, Van Mierevelt, Wybrand Hendriks, Schalcken Decker and De Baen. Apart from the fine arts, the museum also holds a specific collection of Chinese porcelain, sculptures, coins, clocks and artifacts collected over the time. Besides this, the garden inside the castle premises is home to some of the exotic species of trees like Japanese weeping honey tree, and Moerascypres along with a well-maintained rose avenue. The place is recommended to observe the blend in the fine art collection ranging over more than six centuries. For seasonal timings and group bookings, visit their website.
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