Expected: 13 december 2019 / 1 june 2020

‘Kotomisi, the power of historical costume’

The Dutch Costume Museum, Amsterdam and the Koto Museum, Paramaribo are collaborating on the exhibition ‘Kotomisi, the power of historical costume’ which is all about Afro Surinam traditional costume.

10 april / 31 okt 2019

Exhibition Dutch Traditional Ganseys by Stella Ruhe

Read all the details on this exhibition HERE

Special tours with Stella Ruhe

A walk through the museum with Ms Ruhe.
Available dates:
-Saturday 5 en 12 October (2 uur)
-Wednesday 9 en 23 October (2 uur)

€20,- pp (including coffee/tea and cake, excluding entrance, free with museumkaart)

Reservations via winkel@hetklederdrachtmuseum.nl


Special Master Classes by Stella Ruhe ‘Design your own gansey’ 

Masterclass by Stella Ruhe: design and knit your own gansey patterns.
Please bring 2 knitting needles size 3, and some knitting wool. You also need one of Stella’s books, which are available in our museum shop.

Date and Time
At 10 o’clock on the 12th en 26st of October.

€50,00 p.p. excluding entrance, free with museumkaart).

Reservations via winkel@hetklederdrachtmuseum.nl. onder vermelding Masterclass Visserstruien en de datum. Wees snel want er is een beperkt aantal plaatsen beschikbaar.


Permanent Exhibition

The museum houses seven rooms, and each room is decorated with motives and colours characteristics for each specific region. In every room, the people wearing folk costumes tell stories, giving an explanation of the functions of their clothes. The main regions that the different costumes come from include Volendam, Marken, Hindeloopen, Staphorst, Spakenburg, Urk, Huizen, and Zeeland.

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