Zypendaal House is a magnificent 18th century country estate situated in a beautifully laid out park close to the centre of Arnhem.
The splendid home and its annexes are situated in a wooded valley, surrounded by water. Part of the house’s ornate interior dates back to the 18th century. The prized marble floor in the hall is decorated with a chain motif. The rooms on view are decorated as they would have been when the Brantsen family, who lived in Zypendaal for generations, were in residence.
The park surrounding Zypendaal House is a lovely place to have a stroll, walk your dog, or picnic at your leisure. You can find rhododendron-edged lawns, waterfalls, streams and ponds. The ponds provide a natural habitat for species such as the kingfisher and grey wagtail. Tours start throughout the day at set times. English tours can be arranged by appointment.
Admission Prices (per person)
Adults (18+ years): €11,50
Children (4-18 years): €5
Open April to October every 1st en 3rd Sunday of the month.
Can be visited with a guided tour on the 1st Sunday at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm or on your own on the 3rd Sunday 12pm to 4pm.
Open: Easter, Ascension Day and Whitsun
Closed: Kings Day (27 April), Liberation Day (5 May), Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day
Zijpendaalseweg 44, 6814 CL Arnhem
How to get there:
Zypendaal House can be easily reached by car, taking the A12, exit 25 (Oosterbeek) or the A50, exit 20 (Arnhem Centrum).
Check your public transport options on www.9292.nl.