Tilburg University Chaplaincy's Van Gogh excursion
Martinus Cobbenhagen, one of Tilburg University's founding fathers, used to say that a scientist who is not familiar with beauty, will never achieve greatness. On 30 September Tilburg University Chaplaincy proposes to learn from beauty, by joining a great excursion to National Park De Hoge Veluwe and the Kröller-Müller Museum within it, with his large collection of paintings by Van Gogh.
On 30 September, Tilburg University Chaplaincy proposes a very beautiful excursion to the Kröller Müller Museum - which has the second largest collection of paintings by Vincent van Gogh - in the midst of National Park De Hoge Veluwe.
We meet at 11 am at the Schaarsbergen entrance of National Park De Hoge Veluwe (address: Koningsweg 17, 6816 TC Schaarsbergen; bus stop: Koningsweg, Schaarsbergen (bus no. 9 from Arnhem railway station brings you there)).
There, for each of us a bike will be ready, with which we will cycle through the beautiful nature of the National Park. After a picnic lunch, we visit the Kröller Müller Museum.
Students (BA / MA): € 15
Others (< 40 years old): € 30
Discount for those who possess a Dutch Museumkaart: € 10 (BA/MA students: € 5)
- Access National Park De Hoge Veluwe and bike rental (we'll ride about 12 km there and 12 km back!)
- Access Kröller Müller Museum
- Lunch (picnic)
The excursion finishes at about 5 pm at the same entrance (Koningsweg 17, 6816 TC Schaarsbergen).
Register by Monday, 25 September, at vangogh.chaplain.nl!
Great that you join!