De Musea Zutphen is een museum in Zutphen, Nederland. Het museum bestaat uit drie delen: het Museum van de Nederlandse Gouden Eeuw, het Museum van de Dutch East India Company en het Museum of Ethnography.
Het Museum van de Nederlandse Gouden Eeuw is gewijd aan de Nederlandse Gouden Eeuw, een periode van grote welvaart en culturele prestaties in Nederland in de 17e eeuw. Het museum herbergt een verzameling schilderijen, meubels en andere artefacten uit de Nederlandse gouden eeuw.
Het Museum van de Dutch East India Company is toegewijd aan de Nederlandse Oost-Indische Compagnie, een belangrijk handelsbedrijf dat in de 17e en 18e eeuw in de Nederlandse Oost-Indië (het huidige Indonesië) actief was. Het museum herbergt een verzameling schilderijen, meubels en andere artefacten uit de Nederlandse Oost -Indië.
Het Museum voor Ethnografie is gewijd aan de studie van menselijke culturen en samenlevingen. Het museum herbergt een verzameling artefacten uit verschillende culturen over de hele wereld.
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Thursday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Friday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Saturday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Sunday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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Nice museum. Friendly employees. Very professionally set up.
Nice display of archaeological finds.
High Skies, Treasures from the Empire From Nov 27, 2021 to Mar 20, 2022 Until March 20, 2022, we proudly present the exhibition High Skies, Treasures from the Rijks. It offers a selection of 40 paintings from the Rijksmuseum collection and several showpieces from its own collection. A lust for the eye. Beautiful views of great masters from three centuries, but also many intimate cityscapes. With air, the first thought goes to cloud formations or a clear blue sky over the open landscape. In this exhibition the emphasis is on air above cities, but also the air in cities. City air liberates. The painting by Nicolaas Baur in the campaign image is a striking example of this. A skating competition for women in Leeuwarden 200 years ago was very liberating. Feeling air gives a feeling of freedom and that is an important part of the identity of the Netherlands. Just think of freedom of the press, freedom of religion, etc. Paintings Of course, the exhibition offers beautiful views with impressive cloudy skies, such as by the 17th-century painters Albert Cuyp and Jan van Goyen, but also by the important master of Romanticism, Cornelis Springer, among others. Various works by Jacob Maris from the Hague School are represented. Other painters you can view are Johan Barthold Jongkind, Isaac Ouwater, Hendrik Keun, Frans de Hulst and Jan Weissenbruch. Cityscapes Arriving in the cities you will be taken through the streets of Harlingen, Amsterdam, Leerdam, Gorinchem, The Hague, Dordrecht and Leeuwarden. Through atmospheric impressions from different seasons you make a journey in time, such as with the winter view by Barend Avercamp. The many city gates and ramparts guarantee the freedom of city dwellers. City Air Makes Free As in previous editions, a contemporary art component has been added to Hoge Luchten. With Stadlucht Makes Free, the duo Martin & Inge Riebeek portray six residents of Zutphen in video portraits. They intuitively opted for encounters with chance passers-by, who answered their question: What does freedom mean to you? This resulted in spontaneous and penetrating portraits, which together bring the image of the city of Zutphen closer. ©®Museums Zutphen
Nice museum with interesting exhibits
Not very big, but always nice temporary exhibitions.
Beautiful and interesting exhibition about Jeanne Bierum Oosting. Had read the biography and it was really engaging so museum was really fun and worth it. Recommended!
What a wonderful Museum this is, enjoyed the exhibition of Jeanne Bieruma Oosting! A strong woman who chose Art as Life Filling. After this adventure I bought the Biography of Jolande Withuis! Come and see for yourself ... very worthwhile to travel to Zutphen!
Nice museum and very friendly volunteers. The flash tour was a nice surprise!
Nice museums. Stedelijk museum has a nice route for the children. The other museum was more adult-oriented and showed specific artists.
Beautiful private and borrowed collection. It was busy and hot.
Nice exhibition, but it was the last day. Visit these museums more often and it is worth it.
High skies, beautiful exposition. Recommended.
Museum worth visiting. Walk in and let yourself be transported in time.
Nice museum, now exhibition with 40 paintings from Rijksmuseum, called high skies. Beautiful landscapes by 17th century painters.
Beautiful museum with an exhibition 'High Skies' from the Rijksmuseum at the time of writing.
Neat nice place, extremely correct volunteers and it makes this beautiful town complete. Art collection fitting
nice collection!! friendly staff !!
What a beautiful place for an exhibition "End good 2021" by 4 secondary schools from Zutphen and Warnsveld.
Beautiful exhibition in Henriëtte Polak 'Monologue Interieur'. Reminded me of my own photo project 'The inner & outer of typical Winterswijk farms'. And they have also done their best to make it a dynamic museum focused on experience.
Nice museum, interesting history
A modern museum in an old guise. Very pleasant atmosphere, nicely laid out. Fun activities!
Nice local museum with very friendly hostesses. Very nice is the cellar in which drawings explain the displayed bones that were found in Zutphen. That gives a clear feeling about life in this time. The photo exhibitions that we saw during our visit were a real plus for us
What a well-organized and fascinating museum. With very nice staff!!
Nice museum, you need more time than you think!
Nice museum where the story of Zutphen is really told. Pleasantly entertained as a tourist in his own country about all the information. Easily a 2 hour outing
Interesting combination of two museums in a beautiful monumental building in Zutphen. Right in the old town. Tip: Combine a visit to these museums with a tour in open boats with beautiful stories from the volunteer skippers. Also recommended
We visited the Henriette Polak museum. A nice, small museum. Well documented. The exhibition Code yellow & sunny by Wim Oepts felt warm, beautiful paintings of the sunny South of France. Judith Minks' photo exhibition was reminiscent of Erwin Olaf's photos. Also beautiful permanent exhibition with digital depot.
First comic strip in the Netherlands, super fun. Some modern stuff, not my thing. Execution swords. Super nice, clocks 0/10 (there was only one dangling at 12:00 .. really is not possible) was also from the medieval and pre-medieval exhibition. Also props for the audio tour and the clear signs, good graphic designer. The only downside were the transparent information stickers on the glass. They are somewhat difficult to read.
Nice exhibition: Tales of Freedom.
nice exhibition by Jo Spier, born in Zutphen
Nice exhibition Code yellow and sunny by Wim Oepts
Nice museum with an interactive tablet treasure hunt for the children
I love these 2 museums in one, with a very friendly welcome, and look forward to the Rijksmuseum painting collection soon. Also dived into the exciting history of Zutphen together with the grandsons (free entrance up to 12 yrs) downstairs in the special dim basement floor, where the consequences of the Viking raid can be seen a long time ago.
Very nice museum. Definitely worth it now that many paintings from the Rijksmuseum are exhibited for the exhibition Cool waters.
Charming museum, nice helpful employees! Beautiful works on the one hand and the history of Zutphen on the other! Not big but well worth it.
Visited briefly during a city walk. Looked very promising. Be sure to go there again extensively.
Furnished to the norm of the time. Nice collections. Art museum. Historical museum. Temporary exhibitions. What else does a person want when visiting a museum?
Personally, a piece of history appeals to me more than art, so I think the cellar is the highlight. That is where the distant history of Zutphen is depicted with showcases full of fossil remains. I also find the ground floor very interesting. There are old photos to see and a collection of objects from history with their stories. Besides all this, there can be seen both ancient and modern art.
Visited two out of three. The city museum was not that big. But with a museum card it is nice to take with you.
Modern. ancient.classic.European of all a little interesting.
Nice museum, the collection tells the story of Zutphen. From the vaults of Zutphen, where excavations from the municipality can be seen, you walk from the basement to the ground floor. Here you can see various parts of urban Zutphen through the ages. Beautiful photo collage of this municipality on the first floor complete the visit.
Very nice museum, or actually museums, because there are two: the urban and the Henriette Polak. Both a pretty exhibition seen. Especially the photos in the urban (ground floor) is surprisingly fun. Called Picture this! Writing with light. The other is called Schitteren by absence, also very worthwhile especially the landscapes of Margriet Luyten.
Nice museum about the origins and existence in Zutphen
Beautiful and interesting and well indicate the route
Super day. Very nice experience. Geelvink concerts. We are a big fan of this form of integrated culture. City walk with an expert motivated guide in combination with beautiful harpsichord concerts in historic buildings, accompanied by a delicious lunch. The beautiful weather completed the picture. We look forward to the next time.
A nice museum. The permanent collection was fascinating. You got an extensive picture of the excavations. The exhibition with pieces from the Rijksmuseum depot was beautiful and well-arranged.
A very nice museum with a very good collection.
Recommended. Unknown perhaps but very worthwhile with the HHM. Be sure to check the history of Zuid Veen in the basement.