Old Town Hall - Monument
The Old Town Hall on Vlieland, a historical gem in the heart of the island, offers visitors a unique glimpse into the rich history and culture of Vlieland.
What can you expect at the Old Town Hall?
- Historical Monument: The Old Town Hall, built in 1855 to replace the original town hall from 1598, is a beautiful example of neoclassical architecture and is listed as a national monument.
- Exterior Features: Admire the facade stones that commemorate the Old Town Hall, with the year 1598 and the coat of arms of Vlieland. The building is characterized by a cross-placed pitched roof with chimneys and a striking clock tower with a weather vane in the shape of a ship.
- Interior Discoveries: Explore the inner beauty of the town hall, including the mayor's room and the council chamber with the original white marble fireplace that was reinstated in 2004.
- Museum and Exhibitions: The Old Town Hall now houses a museum with captivating exhibitions on the history of Vlieland, from maritime adventures to local customs.
- Unique Sights: Discover the beautifully preserved architecture, historical artifacts, and artworks that tell the story of Vlieland through the centuries.
Experience the Historical Splendor of Vlieland
A visit to the Old Town Hall is a journey back in time and provides a deep insight into the heritage of Vlieland.
The Old Town Hall of Vlieland is a fascinating destination for history enthusiasts and a charming addition to your visit to this beautiful island.
Furthermore Old Town Hall is near the following sights: Visitor Center De Noordwester (±20 m), St. Nicholas Church (±70 m), Tromps Huys (±125 m), Lighthouse Vuurduin Vlieland (±500 m) & Port of call Vlieland (±1,7 km).