The architect Van Ravesteyn designed this villa in 1932, where he lived with his family and worked on many assignments. His love for ornaments and curved lines was not always appreciated by his modernist colleagues. A lot of his designs did not survive but this beautiful one does!
The architect built the house upon a triangular lot. He did not design a traditional house but a unique customized home and working place.
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Free entrance for:
• BankGiro Loterij VIP-KAARThouders
We use entry time slots. Select a day and a time and we will guarantee you will not stand in front of a closed door! We also make sure that it is not too busy, and you have all the time you need to take a good look around. Reserve your time slot by clicking on the ‘ticket’ button.
Museum house Van Ravesteyn is accessible for visitors in a wheelchair, but has several plinths. The first floor is unaccessible.
Do you like this house? Did you know you can rent it as a holiday home?I'd love to wake up here in the morning
The BinnensteBuiten program came to take a look at Huis Van Ravesteyn. Come in and get an impression of this sunny house.Watch the programm (in Dutch)