A house full of discoveries; old and new. From Rietveld to Viktor & Rolf. Very diverse work, both classic and modern design alongside history of the city of Utrecht.
Nijntje (Miffy) is the Dutch pride when it comes to children’s books and accessories. Part of and next to the Central Museum, it is the place to be for small children.
Rietveld Schröder house
Prins Hendriklaan 50
The Rietveld house is also part of the Central Museum and is, besides the Eiffel Tower and the Big Ben, part of the UNESCO world heritage list. The Rietveld house is known for its extraordinary look, designed by Gerrit Rietveld in 1923.
The Dom Tower
The Dom Tower is THE landmark of Utrecht. Via 465 steps (there is no lift), a guide will take you to the top of the highest church tower in the Netherlands. Next to the tower, the church can be visited. The hidden archaeological remains under the church and square are now accessible (DOMunder) – the Utrecht underground discovery.
Van Speelklok tot Pierement
Discover all there is to know about Dutch street-organ music.
Train museum, just outside of the city centre.