Museum aan het Vrijthof
Museum aan het Vrijthof tells the unique story of 'Made in Maastricht'. Past and present come together in the museum's exhibitions and building, where enterprise, collaboration, and hospitality are a top priority.
In addition to surprising temporary exhibits, the basic collection of the Museum aan het Vrijthof includes a private collection owned by Mr and Mrs Wagner-de Wit. The collection consists primarily of 18th century furniture, porcelain, earthenware, silver, glassware, and rugs, and there are also remarkable paintings from regional painters and 20th century statues. Since 1997, the museum has also housed the impressive Bonhomme Tielens collection consisting primarily of 19th century Maastricht silverware and timepieces.
Museum aan het Vrijthof is an inspiring museum that provides an introduction to Maastricht's cultural identity and adds colour and lustre to Maastricht's past, present, and future.
Duration: 1.5 hours
Price: € 6.75 p.p. Guide price: € 89.25 per guide
Extra details: Max. 20 people per guide
Tip: Start your outing with a cup of coffee and a delicious slice of Limburg vlaai at the Museumcafé Soiron.