These are the best museums in Nijmegen:
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muZIEumNijmegenWhat is it like to be blind or partially sighted? You can read about it or someone can tell you about it from their own experience, but during a visit to muZIEum (muSEEum) you will experience it yourself. Enter a world in which your other senses - hearing, smell, touch and taste - suddenly play a fa
Van Lymborch Brothers HouseNijmegenThis little museum is dedicated to the famous Van Lymborch Brothers who used to have their studio here around the year 1400. The Van Lymborch Brothers were famous dutch medieval miniature painters. They were the painters of the Trés Riches Heures du duc de Berry, one of the most precious books of ho
Nationaal Fietsmuseum VeloramaNijmegenThe National Bicycle Museum Velorama displays a collection of special bikes including original balance bikes (‘draisines’), high ‘bi’s’ and velocipedes. Among others, the museum owns the engagement tandem bicycle of Queen Juliana, the bike that Dutch cyclist Wim van Est was using while he fell in th
The Valkhof MuseumNijmegenThe Valkhof Museum has a varied collection that consists of archaeological finds, old art and modern art. The collection of artefacts from Nijmegen and surroundings consists of objects from the Stone Age and later periods that illustrate the life in the region over the centuries. The largest part of
Museum voor Anatomie en PathologieNijmegenThe Museum voor Anatomie en Pathologie is situated in the study centre of the Radboudumc. Both the Department of Anatomy and the department of Pathology are accessible to visitors. The collection of the museum includes embryos, fetuses and various parts of the human body (preparations).
Van 't LindenhoutmuseumNijmegenThe Van 't Lindenhout Museum is housed in the monumental white ‘Weezenkapel’ from 1882 where John van' t Lindenhout ran an orphanage. The museum illustrates the care for orphans in the past. The collection includes paintings, photographs, drawings, models, documents, clothing and toys.
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