At Museum van Loon, every portrait, object and furniture has a story that is directly linked to the space it’s in. Built in 1672, the museum was originally home to the Dutch artist Ferdinand Bol. In 1884 the Van Loon family moved in the house, known for Willem van Loon who co-founded the Dutch East-India Company in 1602. These days the magnificent private residence is open to the public, who are able to get a unique glimpse of life in the Golden Age, as the interior of the house has remained largely intact during the last centuries. Majestic finesse, lavish decor and lots of hidden doors make Museum van Loon a place you have to see.