Discover the stories behind the stuff in the Antiquity Room! Every Thursday in October there are guided tours through the museum De Oudheidkamer in Den Burg. The guide takes a maximum of 10 visitors through the beautifully decorated house and garden. The house in which the Oudheidkamer is located, dates from 1599. It is one of the oldest houses on Texel. The small museum houses many beautiful items with fascinating stories. Together with the guide, the visitors step back in time. The guide tells about the historic house, the beautiful herb garden and the beautiful objects. During this tour, the stories and the objects come to life. The tour guide is happy to share these stories with the visitors. Times: the tours start at 10.00 am and 2.00 pm. You can register for the tour by telephone on +31222-313135 and at the desk of the Oudheidkamer up to a day in advance. Cost of the tour is €4.50.
Guided tours and Museums
Kogerstraat 1, 1791 EN, Den Burg. Near the Oudheidkamer is the Vogelenzang car park. Visit www.texelevignet.nl for more information.
The Oudheidkamer is closed on Thursdays for regular visitors. The tour therefore takes place in peace. You can register for the tour by telephone on +31222-313135 and at the desk of the Oudheidkamer up to a day in advance.
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In one of the oldest houses on Texel, in the center of Den Burg, you will find the small museum De Oudheidkamer. The beautiful house is furnished with furniture and items from the 19th century. Texel history Are you curious about how people lived on Texel at that time? When you step into the De Oudheidkamer, you go back in time. You will find clothes and utensils there. You can also take the true or nonsense quiz to find out more about life in the past. A historical tour of Den Burg is organized every Wednesday from the Oudheidkamer. Look for more details in our agenda via 'What's on'. Herb garden As an oasis of peace in the center of Den Burg, there is a herb garden behind the Oudheidkamer. All kinds of plants and shrubs with a special story grow in the garden.
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