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Pierre Cuypersstraat 1, 6041 XG Roermond, The Netherlands
+31 475 359 102
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If you are there, and like Cuyper´s work, worth a visit

We were just in Limburg and decided to make a quick stop at this museum and see the city around. Is... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2017
A genius

This man was unique for his time in developing buildings. His most beautiful building is "Ter Haar... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
Frans v
Nuenen, The Netherlands
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The Cuypershuis introduces visitors to Pierre Cuypers and creates connections to designs for the interior as well as artistic craftwork.
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  • Very good53%
  • Average10%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible0%
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Pierre Cuypersstraat 1, 6041 XG Roermond, The Netherlands
+31 475 359 102

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Reviewed 3 October 2017

We were just in Limburg and decided to make a quick stop at this museum and see the city around. Is a small museum, dedicated to the famous Cuyper architect (and all his family work and heritage) on a house they owned. Is a nice...More

Thank JordiBo
Reviewed 7 September 2017

This man was unique for his time in developing buildings. His most beautiful building is "Ter Haar Castle". He also developed the "Main train station" and the "Rijksmuseum" in Amsterdam.

Thank Frans v
Reviewed 12 June 2016

Good museum, very good guided tours, done by very knowledgeable volunteers. Well worth a visit between shpping and eating (the other main things to do in Roermond.)

Thank Dennis C
Reviewed 18 February 2016

Pierre Cuypers was a great builder. He built Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and Central Station as well. It is a nice museum with lots to see of Pierre Cuypers. Must see in Roermond.

Thank TreesJos
Reviewed 1 December 2015

Cuypers is the best-known Dutch architect. He designed many churches in the southern Netherlands, including the remarkable basilica of Oudenbosch. He designed the Rijksmuseum and central train station of Amsterdam and castle De Haar, and he is responsible for the restoration of the Knights' Hall...More

Reviewed 28 September 2015

In general, I would say this museum is a kind of boring. It shows things related the work of a famous Dutch Architect. Somehow, this museum cannot impress me like other Dutch museums do. I went to this museum because I know this is about...More

Thank Timothy S
Reviewed 20 September 2015

P.J.H. (Pierre) Cuypers was a master of architecture. He has built numerous famous Dutch buildings. His style is distinct. The 'Cuypershuis' museum was actually partly his own home where he lived with his wife and childern. His first wive died in childbirth at the age...More

Thank WorldTravelOne
Reviewed 30 July 2013

When you visit Roermond you should spend some time to visit the Cuypers huis. The building is quite original and shows an overview of the life and work of Pierre Cuypers, the fameus 19th century architect who designed for instance the Amsterdam Central Station and...More

1  Thank Ursula2302
Reviewed 25 May 2013

Lovely museum and friendly staff. Lots to see and explore. My two children at 3 and 5 were a little too young for it though. 7 years upwards I would guess. Great place though.

Thank Trazie
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