Jacob van Ruysdael, often rightly called the greatest Dutch landscape painter of the 17th century, made in 1650 a trip to Bad Bentheim. For a long time he made sketches and paintings of the castle and the surrounding area.
First, the guide will take you to some of the places where Jacob van Ruysdael made his sketches. After a coffee break you visit a museum with Dutch masters (art from the 16th to 19th centuries), and then yous visit the castle with the guide, and you can take a look at a real Van Ruysdael.
Duration: 2.5 hours
Price: € 75 per group (6-25 people)
Entrance castle (€ 5 pp) and museum (€ 4 pp) not included