Museums in Zutphen
Musea Zutphen (‚the museums of Zutphen ‘) is in the 17th century city palace, Het Hof van Heeckeren. Experience the Stedelijk Museum, presenting its ‚story of the city’ in a surprising way. And Museum Henriette Polak, which houses modern classic paintings and sculpture. Both Museums offer children a free treasure hunt – filled with fun games and interesting tasks.Read more
Look around the city and you’ll see beautiful, historical buildings everywhere. Did you know that the city has more than nine hunderd (national)heritage structures? Many of them are open to visitors. Feast your eyes, have a look inside, and admire the beauty. Citizens‘ hall: Over the centuries the Citizens‘ Hall has served as a meat market. These days it is used for various events, such as exhibitions and receptions, by the municipality of Zutphen. The hall is part of the old city hall.Read more
The city from above
On approaching Zutphen you’ll see from afar why the city was called ‚Torenstad (city of towerss) “Some towers, such as the Wijnhuistoren, can be climbed. Go up with a guide and enjoy the beautiful view.Read more
Walburgis Church & Librije
The Walburgis Church is one of the largest churches in the Netherlands. Admire the rare 14th-century chandelier, the beautiful frescoes- and don’t forget the Librije, a medieval chain libery.Read more
Explore the city on foot
Get to know Zutphen on a city walk through the historic centre. At VVV Zutphen (the tourist information office) you can choose from various themed walks which you can do your own.Read more
In Hanseatic times, the Berkel and Ijssel rivers played important roles in the development of the city. Take a trip on an electric boat to discover the most beautiful places along the canals and the Berkel river. The skipper will cruise past special hertigage buildings as he tells you about the history of the city.Read more
Tourist Office Zutphen
7201 KL Zutphen
+31 575 844538
Come to Zutphen by train. You will exit in the city centre. On one side of the station, you will find the charming shopping streets of Zutphen and, on the other, are the home showroom and the new Noorderhaven district.
Are you coming to Zutphen by car? From Arnhem, take the A348/N348 at Velperbroek towards Dieren/Zutphen. Turn right at the roundabout after Brummen (towards Apeldoorn/Zutphen-De Hoven).
From Amsterdam, Amersfoort, or Apeldoorn, take the Zutphen/Voorst exit on the A1. From there, follow the N345 to Zutphen.