Raadhuis Graft - ©Bureau Toerisme Laag Holland
Graft town hall

Graft town hall - Graft

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Prince Maurits commissioned the construction of this former town hall. By 1613, it was finished. The building is a good example of the Dutch Renaissance style, recognisable by the combination of brick and natural stone, and decorations of masonry, blocks of sandstone, gable stones and carved figures.

For many years it served as the town hall of the village of Graft. When in 1970 Graft and De Rijp formed one municipality, the Town Hall was renamed a wedding and museum location.

The Town Hall houses an annex of the Museum In 't Houten Huis: the Museum of Schermer Island. With changing exhibitions, culture and art pieces, the unique history of De Rijp and its surroundings is told.

Photo: ©Bureau Toerisme Laag Holland

Raadhuis Graft - ©Bureau Toerisme Laag Holland

Graft town hall
Raadhuisstraat 22
1484 EN Graft

Contact details
T: 0299-673667

Opening hours
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday 13:00 - 17:00
Sunday 13:00 - 17:00

Opening hours apply from mid-April to the end of September. Check the website for current opening hours. Free entry.

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