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Frans Hals Museum (Groot Heiligland)

On the Groot Heiligland is the 17th-century Old Man's House with atmospheric museum rooms, intimate regents' rooms, an 18th-century dollhouse and a beautiful courtyard garden.

Museum Cafe Thuys

Feasting in the museum cafe

Museum House Barnaart

Rightfully one of the city's most beautiful houses. This stately building used to be owned by one of the city's wealthiest merchants, Willem Philip Barnaart. Now it is open to the public.

Rotary Organ Museum

Fairground Organ Museum with a unique collection consisting of nine fairground organs, including the Kunkels Organ, the largest concert organ in Europe and the Compton theater organ "lady Compton," on which concerts are regularly given by well-known organists.

Frans Hals Museum location HAL

On the Grote Markt, in the 17th-century Vleeshal, the Frans Hals Museum hosts regular exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.

Corrie ten Boom Museum

During World War II, the Ten Boom family hid Jews and resistance fighters in their home on Barteljorisstraat in Haarlem. Due to betrayal, the family ended up in captivity and concentration camps. Only Corrie survived.

Museum of the Spirit | Dolhuys

The former plague, madden and leproo house. For years, this house housed "madmen," people who fell outside society. Now, nearly 700 years later, it is a museum about stigma and the importance of mental health.

NZH Transportation Museum

Permanent exhibition about the NZH streetcar and bus company. There are streetcars and classic buses and many photos in the archives to admire.

Haarlem Archaeological Museum

The most fun museum under the ground. The Archaeological Museum Haarlem is the museum where urban archaeology becomes visible. The museum is located in the basement of an ancient building (the Vleeshal) on the Grote Markt.

Teylers Museum

The oldest museum in the Netherlands owes its existence to the legacy of merchant and banker Pieter Teyler van der Hulst. A man of enlightenment, he left his money to promote art and science.

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