Zuylen Castle
Zuylen Castle
Zuylen Castle
Zuylen Castle
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Zuylen Castle - Oud Zuilen

N 52.1271794 / E 5.0731416

Zuylen Castle takes its name from the Van Zuylen family. This family owned the castle until the 15th century. Incidentally, this castle first appears in documents dating from the year 1247. The grounds are given on a perpetual lease from the Oostbroek Abbey.

The castle as we know it dates largely from 1522. The Van Tuyll van Serooskerken family acquired the castle in 1682 and resided there until 1951. The famous Belle van Zuylen belongs to this family. Jacob Marot, son of architect Daniel Marot, rebuilt the complex in 1751, giving him the task of converting Slot Zuylen into an elegant country house. After all, the defensive function had long since become superfluous.

Today, the castle houses a museum with a rich collection of an 18th century noble house. In the restored Coach House, you can enjoy fair trade coffee and tea, organic juices, lunch with products from the garden, coffee and cake and high tea.

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Zuylen Castle
Zuylen Castle
Zuylen Castle
Zuylen Castle

Zuylen Castle
Tournooiveld 1
3611 AS Oud Zuilen

Contact details
T: +31302440255
E: info@slotzuylen.nl

Opening hours
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 11:00 - 15:30
Thursday 11:00 - 15:30
Friday 11:00 - 15:30
Saturday 11:00 - 15:30
Sunday 11:00 - 15:30

Openingstijden gelden van april t/m november. Bekijk de website voor meer informatie en overige openingstijden.

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