WELCOME TO THE MUSEUM WEBPAGE OF THE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION HEILOO
Visiting address and contact details:
The Historical Museum Heiloo can be visited at the below address and opening hours:
Landgoed Willibrordus Heiloo
Note: the museum entrance is on your right when you walk through the left entrance gate.
(Left gate seen from the front of the building)
Tuesday 19.00 – 21.00
Saturday 14.00 – 17.00
Sunday 14.00 – 17.00
Also open on other days by appointment.
Phone. 072-5338610 (secretariat)
Groups by appointment.
On all other days the museum can be visited, but only by appointment.
In case you want to visit the museum with a group, this is possible by appointment too.
To make an appointment please call: 00-31-651718363
Visiting the museum during opening hours and ongoing corona situation:
All current legal corona regulations apply to our museum.
In order to plan your visit, register at our website (visit ‘Contact’) or by phone. In case you want to reserve your visit by phone, please call 00-31-651718363 to get your visit confirmed.
The permanent exhibition shows you the story about the history of Heiloo. This history is made
visible by a large variety of photos with texts, information panels, multiple television screens and
many other materials.
All national monuments, municipal monuments and the provincial monument are also continuously
For current and future temporary exhibitions, visit our website for up-to-date information.
The cinema of the Historical Association Heiloo is used for various activities, but is mainly used for
film and slide show presentations about Heiloo.
Among other activities are occasional lectures and other presentations.
When occasional activities are organized they are always related to the history of Heiloo.
In the movie theater is a small but permanent exhibition aimed at keeping the memory alive of the
memory of the expulsion and destruction of fellow citizens by National Socialism. The ‘Stolpersteine
Project Heiloo’ is also being spotlighted
Although the history of Heiloo has known various episodes of oppression, not much is known about
them. The memories about the horrors of World War II are still very much alive, and still etched in
the memories of many people.
On request, the museum can present films to groups, families or association groups showing images
and footage of different episodes in the history of Heiloo. For an overview of the films offered by the
museum, click here: Films – Historisch Museum Heiloo (names and titles only in Dutch. If you need
assistance, please call the museum for help or explanation)
Please contact our museum for more information. Please call 00-31-651718363.
How to get to the Historical Museum Heiloo:
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