The Kasteel Ammersoyen, not far from 's-Hertogenbosch, is one of the best preserved medieval water castles in the Netherlands.
It is open from April to October from Tuesday to Sunday between 11am and 5pm. Admission costs 9.50 euros for adults and half for children. Further information can be found at ammersoyen.glk.nl
May 7, 2019
Ammersoyen Castle, built around 1350 by the Van Herlaerin family 1590, the castle was largely destroyed by a fierce fire. There is still a whole story to it ....
After that, the castle stood as a desolate ruin for almost 50 years. But Thomas Walraven van Arkel has made it habitable again.
December 23, 2020
Ammersoyen Castle is open for viewing. Unfortunately not in the corona time. Visit the castle later on your own or with a guided tour
You will then see the tower rooms, the knights' hall and the women's quarters. Via stairs in meter-thick walls you reach the museum attic where the archaeological finds from the canal give a picture of history. In the armory, visitors can try on parts of armor. There is also plenty to do for children.
The catering industry is located in the Coach House of Castle Ammersoyen.
It has a beautiful terrace with a view of Ammersoyen Castle.
So just remember for after the corona time.
January 13, 2021
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