's-Hertogenbosch: dynamic city
in the heart of Brabant


's-Hertogenbosch is home to a huge range of sights. Think, for example, of the impressive Saint John's Cathedral built between 1370 and 1529. Many spots in and around the cathedral are hard or impossible to see for ordinary churchgoers and visitors. In this video, Herman Lerou tells you all about Saint John's Cathedral's special spots and about a surprising find that was made: a message covered in brickwork by builders in 1940. Together, the Stedelijk Museum 's-Hertogenbosch and the Noordbrabants Museum have one of the biggest museum buildings in the Netherlands: the Museumkwartier 's-Hertogenbosch. After construction, expansion and restoration, this city centre attraction opened in early 2013. Two museums that provide a home to centuries of culture, history, art and design, under a single roof, that is the Museum Quarter's appeal.

The Binnendieze is the collective name for the centuries-old system of waterways within 's-Hertogenbosch's walls. Take a boat tour underneath the city in one of the characteristic open boats and experience how the guide's story brings history to life. Enjoy the listed buildings, the mix of old and new structures, the exciting waterways and be surprised by the impressive fortifications that can be seen from the city's underside. vvvdenbosch.nl provides a complete overview of everything on offer in the bustling cultural hub 's-Hertogenbosch. From theatres, museums and events, to nature and architecture.

The city of 's-Hertogenbosch

's-Hertogenbosch. Known for its hospitality. Where life is good and the nights are long. The pride of this city? Its cosy, intimate atmosphere. It is home to an enormous diversity of art and culture, a stunning historical city centre with countless welcoming bars, hip coffee places and delicious restaurants. Add the shopping heaven created by the smaller boutiques, concept stores, pop-up stores and other contemporary shops with unique ranges and it's clear: 's-Hertogenbosch is a creative, dynamic city with exciting cross-overs between its cultural history and the characteristics of a modern city

Staying in 's-Hertogenbosch