Duivenvoorde is a unique and still inhabited castle and estate, with its roots in the 13th century. Around 1250, there was very likely a large, square defence tower where the castle now stands. Remnants...
Because Duivenvoorde was never sold but always passed on - collection and all - through inheritance, the owners’ presence can still be keenly felt today.
Duivenvoorde features a beautiful, centuries-old art collection. The (family) portraits, prints, drawings, sculptures, furniture, porcelain, silver, costumes, books and the archive have been collected through the centuries by the inhabitants of Duivenvoorde.