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Frans Hals Museum

Monuments & Sites, Museums & Art Centres
The Frans Hals Museum, or the Museum of the Dutch "Golden-Age", dates from 1862. Its rich collection however, which belongs to the town of Haarlem, has its roots already in the 15th century.

The museum is housed in the “Oude Mannenhuis“ (Old Men's Home), founded in 1609, and governed by five regents. Their portraits, painted by Frans Hals in 1664, are on display.

The beautiful town in itself is a jewel of that famous Dutch period.

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Frans Hals Museum

Groot Heiligland 62
2011 ES Haarlem