Van Ravesteyn house

Holiday home and museum in one

Have you always wanted to sleep in a museum? This is possible in the former Utrecht home of architect Van Ravesteyn (1889-1983), best known for his work for the Nederlandse Spoorwegen and Diergaarde Blijdorp.

Here you will discover Van Ravesteyn's expressive and free architectural style. From ceilings decorated with curved slats to rectangular windows with circular windows and tables and cupboards with undulating contours.

Have breakfast or dinner at its original dining table and get inspired by the workspace, where the 'playful' interior design stands out. In this comfortable modern home you get a unique insight into the life of this progressive and idiosyncratic architect.

Huis Van Ravesteyn can be rented exclusively from Monday to Friday as a unique holiday home.

Information

-> Spacious garden and terrace

-> Suitable for 4 people

-> Spacious room: living, dining and working area

-> Authentic decor from 1932

-> One bedroom with double bed

-> Two bedrooms with 1 single bed each

General information

zaterdag11:00 - 17:00 uur
zondag11:00 - 17:00 uur
vrijdag13:00 - 17:00 uur

Open

Saturday, sunday, friday.

Address

Museum Van Ravesteyn

Prins Hendriklaan 112
3584 ES Utrecht

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