Groot Tuighuis - 's-Hertogenbosch
In the Groot Tuighuis, you can become acquainted with the archaeological and building archaeological work of the Municipal Department of Heritage 's-Hertogenbosch. There is a changing presentation of interesting objects. It is possible to look at objects up close and sometimes even touch them! There is also an 'Archeohotspot' where you can help with the archaeological work yourself. A film shows how archaeological and building archaeological research takes place in the field.
Shortly after 1430, a chapel and guesthouse was built here for pilgrims on the journey to Santiago de Compostella. From 1569 the building served as a parish church. After 1629, the building was expropriated and subsequently served as a Protestant church, carriage house and horse stable. In 1752 it was converted into a military arsenal. Three storage lofts were created for weapons and other items, and in the 19th century it was called Groot Tuiguis (Big Coach House). After the end of its military function, the building was the location of the North Brabant Museum from 1924 onwards. After the museum moved to the Verwersstraat, it received its current function in 1988.
5211 LJ 's-Hertogenbosch
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