Museum Catharijneconvent laat met eeuwenoude en hedendaagse kunst het heden en verleden van het christendom in Nederland zien. Geniet van unieke middeleeuwse meesterwerken en de mysterieuze schatkamer vol goud en zilver en de achtergronden en tradities van onze feestdagen...
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Museum of Catholic history, and the religious history of the city of Utrecht. They often boast special temporary exhibitions.
The Museum Catharijneconvent is a museum of religious art in Utrecht in the Netherlands. It is located in the former St. Catharine convent, having been sited there since 1979.
Exhibitions and collections around religion, spirituality and society at large, located in a former cloister.
“At Sonnenborgh, far away comes closer! In the exhibitions and museum objects. And in the special building with its different historical layers: Sonnenborgh is an observatory from the 19th century, built on a bastion from the 16th century. Below you can read what there is to see and do during a museum visit to Sonnenborgh. opening hours: Wednesday to Friday 11 am-5pm & Sunday 1 pm-5pm”
“112m/367ft and 465 steps to take you there.. magnificent view (especially on clear days)”
“The main museum in Utrecht with a wide-ranging collection, mainly of works produced locally.”
“Cozy bakery on the beautiful Nieuwe Gracht. Everything fresh and homemade. Also just on the corner!”
“The University Campus of Utrecht University is a modern campus in the northeast of the city. It boasts special architecture and it is located in between the city and the rural areas outside the city. Great for a bike tour. The campus offers some nice restaurants and great picnic places. Go to the top floor of one of the higher buildings to get a good view of the city and the wider area. ”