Living History Weekend with Big Beggar
24 July - 25 July
The former inhabitants of Brederode Castle will come back to life every month for a weekend. There will be the nobles, but also the craftsmen of the Castle. They receive visitors, have a chat with them in their medieval clothes or do some other work, such as handicrafts or archery.
This weekend Big Beggar will be present. Big Beggar was the nickname of Henry II of Brederode, who played a major role in the beginning of the uprising of the Dutch against the Spaniards in the 16th century.
Both days 11 am – 5 pm.
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Admission € 6,-
Children 4 to 11 years € 5.50
Children 0 to 3 years free
With an online donation from € 5,- you will receive 3 postcards as a thank you at entrance.
Prices include exhibition, reservation fee and payment via iDeal.
For payment by credit card, an extra € 1,- will be charged.
Living History Weekend is made possible by: