Museum Veere - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
Kaai 25, 4351 AA Veere, Netherlands
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About Museum Veere
Museum Veere is a historical museum with visual art, regional costume and interior related to the history of the city of Veere in Zeeland , the Netherlands. It includes a Scottish Attic, exhibitions of regional costumes and changing exhibitions by and about the international Veerse artist colony and/or Zeeland and Walcheren-related visual artists from the past and present, such as the Veerse Joffers .
Attractions Near Museum Veere
The Veerse Gatdam is a dam of about one kilometer between Vrouwepolder on Walchren and D'n Banjaerd on North-Beveland. This dam is part of the Delta Works .The dam is 2.8 kilometers long and connects Walcheren with Noord-Beveland . The dam is partly constructed as an asphalt - covered dike on the Plate of Onrust . For the remainder, submersible caissons were used.
A nice family beach with wooden walkways to the water, a beautiful beach pavilion, beach houses and an active rescue brigade. The 3.2 kilometer-long Banjaardstrand on the north-west side of Noord-Beveland is a real gem. The family beach on the North Sea is 500 meters wide in some places and has something to offer for everyone. The beach is also accessible for the disabled.
This is a majestic former Premonstratensian abbey in Middelburg, the Netherlands. At one time it was the centre of a large monastic complex.The origins of the abbey go back to the early twelfth century or earlier. Today parts of what survives are used for a museum and as offices. Located approximately 65 km west of Bergen op Zoom, Middelburg is the principal town and regional capital of Zeeland in the Netherlands.
Middelburg Town Hall is situated at the market of Middelburg, Zeeland. It is considered one of the finest Gothic buildings in the Netherlands.Whereas the town hall itself is still used for weddings, since 2004 its spaces are in use by the University College Roosevelt, the local university. The former meat hall has been in use as an exhibition space for the SBKM since 1980.
Vleeshal Center for Contemporary Art organises exhibitions of contemporary art and an accompanying public program at Vleeshal in Middelburg, the Netherlands. Vleeshal resides in Middelburg’s former town hall, on the market square. Characterized by its distinct Gothic architecture, Vleeshal is a unique space. The venue has inspired many artists to create extraordinary exhibitions, bringing Vleeshal international renown.
Oranjezon is a Dutch nature reserve of approximately 400 hectares on the Zeeland Walcheren near Vrouwenpolder. Until 1995 it was used as a water extraction area. The area provided drinking water for Middelburg and later Walcheren ; an open water extraction channel was dug for this purpose as part of the employment provision. Although the area no longer serves as a water extraction area, the pumping station of the same name is still being maintained.
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Discover More Attractions in Zeeland, Where Museum Veere Is Located
Zeeland is the westernmost and least populous province of the Netherlands. It consists of a number of islands and peninsulas. Tourism plays a major role in the province’s economy as the local beaches become tourist hotspots in the summer. German tourists, in particular, flock to Zeeland to enjoy its beautiful weather and stunning beaches.