Verwolde House

Verwolde House takes you on a trip to the 18th century.

Here, you will see how the noble family lived in this house for 200 years. The upstairs living quarters are decorated as if the Van der Borch family could enter any minute. Downstairs you will meet the residents and their staff through an interactive presentation.

Children will have a great time in Verwolde House. They can try out the sleeping quarters of the manservant, make a bouquet of flowers, and try their hand at engraving a monogram on cutlery. In the garden, they can go on a treasure hunt.

Visiting the house is possible by taking a guided tour. Downstairs can also be visited individually. Access to the garden is free of charge.

Tours start throughout the day on set times. English tours can be given upon request.

Admission charges

(per person)

Downstairs and upstairs:

  • € 8,50
  • children 4 - 18 € 5,00

Downstairs only:

  • € 4,00
  • children 4 - 18 € 3,00

Opening times

(Open April - October)

Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday 12 – 5 p.m.

Holiday openings and closings

Open: Easter, Liberation Day (May 5th), Ascension and Whitsun

Closed: Good Friday, Kings Day (April 27th), Christmas Day and Boxing Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day

Address

Jonker Emilelaan 4
7245 TL Laren (GLD)

How to get there

Verwolde House can be easily reached by car via the A1, exit 26 Holten/Lochem.

Further information