Jheronimus Bosch Art Center

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The body of work produced by Hieronymus Bosch can be found in museums and collections across the world. But the only place to find high-quality reproductions of all of his works is the Jheronimus Bosch Art Center in the city where the late-Mediaeval painter lived and worked his whole life. Come and admire the impressive exhibition set in a magnificent church building and you'll understand one visitor's summary of the experience: "I’ve learned a lot of Jerome Bosch. He is a great, and the most creative painter ever in history. This is a museum must see."

Uniquely enchanting
The Art Center attracts visitors from far and wide and provides explanations of the exhibition in Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and even Russian. One German visitor could barely conceal his enthusiasm for the Center: "We were…

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The body of work produced by Hieronymus Bosch can be found in museums and collections across the world. But the only place to find high-quality reproductions of all of his works is the Jheronimus Bosch Art Center in the city where the late-Mediaeval painter lived and worked his whole life. Come and admire the impressive exhibition set in a magnificent church building and you'll understand one visitor's summary of the experience: "I’ve learned a lot of Jerome Bosch. He is a great, and the most creative painter ever in history. This is a museum must see."

Uniquely enchanting
The Art Center attracts visitors from far and wide and provides explanations of the exhibition in Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and even Russian. One German visitor could barely conceal his enthusiasm for the Center: "We were really inspired by the museum, its organisation, friendliness and paintings!" Barely a quarter of an hour's walk from the station and just five minutes from St. John's Cathedral, this original and refreshing museum is home to all of Bosch's works and more. The reproductions can be found on the ground floor, while the other floors house collections of contemporary art, all inspired by Bosch himself. You can also take the lift to the very top floor of the tower for fantastic views of the historical centre of 's-Hertogenbosch.

Discover 's-Hertogenbosch
Bosch's former home town is awash with other sights and places of interest. Why not combine a visit to the Jheronimus Bosch Art Center with a trip to Zwanenbroedershuis? This monumental museum is home to choirbooks, altarpieces and other objects from the history of the Illustrious Brotherhood of our Blessed Lady. The Slager museum displays the works of three generations of the Slager family, a highly productive family of painters from 's-Hertogenbosch, while the North Brabant Museum takes you on a tour of discovery of Brabant's cultural heritage, in which Bosch undoubtedly plays a very important role.

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