Museum Valkenburg: South Limburg art and history
Anyone walking through the center of Valkenburg will automatically pass a building made of marlstone with a hard stone platform. This used to be the town hall: an art nouveau building from 1900, designed by architect J.H.C.Kröner. Now Valkenburg Museum is located here.
Come in and meet South Limburg artists from the 20th / 21st century. In the downstairs rooms there are temporary exhibitions of works by famous painters: Charles Eyck, Sjef Hutschemakers, Hans Truijen, Jacques Vonk, Patrick Creighton and Daan Wildschut. Or of Amsterdam Limburgers such as Lei Molin.
Anyone who says South Limburg certainly thinks of marl. Many buildings such as this museum are built from marl. What is that? How is it won? Watch a video about this South Limburg building block on the mezzanine floor. This is also being redesigned. One room is entirely devoted to the rise of tourism in Limburg, in which Valkenburg was at the forefront. Historical objects let time stand still for a moment.