The government opens its doors during the Heritage Open Day

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During the Memorial Open Day on September 9 and 10, thousands of monuments across the Netherlands will open their doors to the public for free.

The aim of the Archeology Open Day is to make the Netherlands’ own cultural heritage accessible to all and to preserve it for a wide audience. The Anne de Maas government will also open its doors.

Government on the Meuse

And the government is definitely special. It was built between 1983 and 1985 in – and even partly in – the Maas River. With its striking appearance, but also its history: 31 years ago, the Maastricht Treaty was signed in this building. With this, the foundation for the European Union was laid. The Maastricht Treaty bears the mark of European heritage.


You can visit this special building. On Sunday, September 10, you can tour the administrative section through the administrative entrance in Limburglan between 12:00 noon and 4:00 pm. Here you can visit the Feestzaal and Statenzaal. And of course our exhibition on the Maastricht Treaty. We organize separate tours to visit this exhibition. Would you like to participate? Then you can book a place below:


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