Saturday 10:00 - 17:00

The legacy of Maria Duyst van Voorhout, baroness of Renswoude, made it possible to build a handicraft school for talented orphans. The school was built in 1759 and designed in Louis XV-style by the Swiss artist Joseph Bollina, who lived in Delft. The interiors have rich rococo stucco. Very special are the 18th-century original wall tension in (brown) red velour d'Utrecht and the marble chimney mantle in the Regency room. The building is in use by Vereniging Hendrick de Keyser. The elevated ground floor has a representative function.