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Museum Gouda recounts the history of the wonderful city Gouda. You will see unique sixteenth century altarpieces, instruments of torture from the Middle Ages, seventeenth century civic guard group portraits and Gouda pottery, which is famous all...more
Hours Today: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Oosthaven 9 | Achter de Kerk 14, 2801 PB Gouda, The Netherlands
I've been interested in Gouda pottery for some years and have managed to but a few pieces - not easy here in the UK. So when I was in Gouda for a morning I simply had to see the pottery display in the Gouda Museum....More
Visited the museum in July 18. Interesting displays, though a bit more english translation would have been appreciated. A fine collection of pottery. The museum has a fairly large restaurant offering a good choice of dishes. We thought the food excellent.
Unless you are an expert in Dutch pottery, I can not see the value. Two exhibits were good. The scale model of Gouda in the 16th century was amazing and the audio visual presentation showing the growth of Gouda was illuminating. For me, it was...More
Located in the old catholic hospital in the heart of the historic centre of Gouda, this museum is a building with many stories. The art collection is impressive and don't hesitate to ask the personell for some background stories. At the back side of the...More
Very little, like whole town, but with its own charm and beauty.
Located near the main square rhus museum is very easy to find. Just near the main cathedral(behind it).
A lot of art works, but also some interesting rooms with pipes, room with medical...More
The old farmacy is very nice. The maquette of the old city is very interesting. They have all kind of objects in the rooms. Paintings, furniture, pipes and glass and pottery. Also changing exhibitions. Nice building with a little garden and a restaurant.
The museum is located in a large old building in the centre of the old town. It houses a large and diverse collection of religious art, pottery, applied art, including an old pharmacy, a sculpture garden as well as temporary exhibitions. We enjoyed the exhibition...More