Just a 45-minute drive away, in a green oasis you will find Museum Kranenburgh in the lively artists' village of Bergen. Close to the dunes and the sea, this museum is a beautiful place that connects art, culture and nature in an energetic way. That can be done indoors and outdoors.
Images along forest paths
Artists such as Adriaan Roland Holst, Charley Toorop and Simeon ten Hol who made Bergen the artists' village that it still is today. Artists' village Bergen is an almost magical place for painters, writers and musicians. They are inspired by nature, light and each other. When you sit on the terrace of the museum café, you have a view of the meter-high statue of Lucebert in the garden. The poet and artist has lived in Bergen for a large part of his life. In the sculpture forest around the museum you will find various statues along the forest path. For more than a century, artists have been inspired by the village and its surroundings to this day.
Workshops and guided tours
The museum presents exhibitions of 20th and 21st century art for all generations. In addition to the themed exhibitions that inspire and activate, there is a wide range of guided tours, children's workshops, performances, concerts and other activities. To know more visit the website.
Art lease, museum shop and tourist office
In the museum you will also find an exhibition space of the artists' association KCB, an art lease, museum shop and the VVV. Less than a 5-minute walk in the center of Bergen , you will find the Sterkenhuis historical museum. If you want to get some fresh air at the end of a cultural day, you can cycle to the sea in ten minutes.