If you are interested in history about the stories from the Holy Book, Het Bijbelsmuseum is the place to go to. The museum is located in the so-called Cromhouthuizen.
Tu-Sa: 10AM - 5PM
Admission: Euro 8.00
This museum is situated here since 1975, although it was already founded in 1860. The present building (in fact two buildings) are from 1662.
This museum has among others a collection of various religious objects, archaeological discoveries, artefacts from ancient Egypt, centuries-old models of the temple of Solomon and Herod and Delft Bible, printed in 1477, the first printed book in the Netherlands.
Bibles, Art and culture ... collection of egyptian art, temple model gallery, Jacob de Wit ceiling paintings, Biblical garden, bible room...