Huis Bergh Castle in 's-Heerenberg

Huis Bergh Castle in 's Heerenberg is one of the largest moated castles in the Netherlands. It unfolds as soon as you visit the town. It was the ancestral home to the most powerful lords and counts who play an important role in the church and state, and during the Eighty Years' War. Today it is a place where historical stories come back to life in the form of beautiful architecture and a rich art collection.

Huis Bergh Castle dates from the 13th century and is the ideal location for a day out. The museum has a large art exhibition of old residents and Northwestern European portrait painting. But you can also discover the works of the previous castle inhabitants. Would you like to delve into the history of this place? Then take part in the audio tour in which various background stories of (and around) the castle are shared.

In the immediate vicinity of the castle you will also find the Muntwal, where Medieval coins are minted at set times or by appointment. Or enjoy a cup of coffee at the castle café, which offers a beautiful view of the surroundings.

Opening hours and address

The opening hours of the castle differ by month, but you can usually visit the castle at the following times:

  • Visit on weekends from 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm.
  • In the summer months from Tuesday to Sunday.

From De Twee Bruggen it is only a 40-minute drive.

Castle House Bergh
Hof van Bergh 8
7041 AC 's-Heerenberg

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