In the harbour area of the historic city centre of Dordrecht and along the banks of the Old Meuse lies the monumental premises no. 9 Wolwevershaven. Hidden behind the house front you find a unique late 18th century patrician residence with many original period features.

This intimate house museum gives you an impression of a Dordrecht Patrician household at the end of the 18th century. From cellar to attic you make a journey in time and you discover special and in particular original details, paintings and drawings.

For years on end this national monument was used as a private dwelling, but the last inhabitants have made the authentic residence and the extraordinary 18th century private collections accessible to the public.

The Maaskamer and the Eetkamer (dining room) can be booked for receptions, meetings, gatherings and marriages.


Glass Fever. Contempory art in glass

A big event, an exhibition organized at different locations, that will be inaugurated on April 30, 2016 in the city of Dordrecht (the Netherlands), the oldest municipality in the country, and that will have as protagonist the Murano glass.


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Trailer Dordts Patriciërshuis