We appreciated the beautiful architecture of this elegant canal home, with its painted ceilings by Jacob de Witt. Even on a cold rainy day in April the garden looked lovely. I was surprised to see the kitchen with original fixtures and furnishings, definitely a plus. The sitting room had many interesting paintings
We were pleasantly greeted and asked what we were interested in, which were the ceilings that I had read about. The gentleman at the desk informed us of a special exhibit for an additional 2 euro and gave us the option of seeing it, we declined. He thoroughly explained how to go about touring the house. Yes there is an eclectic collections of various artifact and bibles, but it is really the house that we enjoyed.
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