As the days shorten and the temperatures drop, Museum Our Lord in the Attic is a warm and intimate (sometimes somewhat dark) time to sample the Christmas spirit. The monument is decked out in Christmas decorations and Christmas groups are displayed in the various rooms, including nativity scenes from the collection of Clemens Merkelbach of Enkhuizen. Come to the museum and experience these beautiful nativity scenes.
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For the whole family
Every year at Christmas the museum is even more special than usual. The museum is beautifully decorated with lights and pine branches and you will find a lot of nativity scenes. Small ones for under a tree but also very large ones in which you can discover all kinds of things.
What do we actually celebrate at Christmas? Who all came to visit the newborn baby? And can you find the stable with hundreds of sheep?
Take part in the Christmas hunt and learn all about the story of Christmas!
Do you want to start crafting at home? Make your own Christmas angel with this At Home in the Attic worksheet (Instructions in Dutch). You can hang your angel in one of the Christmas trees in the museum!
The treasure hunt is available free of charge at the box office.