Museum dwelling Robijnhof

Robijnhof, interior
Robijnhof, interior

Photo: Ernst Moritz

Reserve a group tour of Rietveld’s museum dwelling at Robijnhof, with an experienced guide.

Robijnhof, in the Utrecht district of Tolsteeg, was designed by Gerrit Rietveld after the Second World War. There was a severe shortage of housing and of construction materials at that time. Rietveld wanted to design affordable and practical dwellings for working class people. The model dwelling at Robijnhof 13 is entirely furnished with furniture from the 1950s, especially from the Utrecht furniture factory Pastoe, so that it looks exactly how it did just after it was finished.

Guided tour of the Robijnhof museum dwelling

You can visit the museum dwelling with an expert guide. The tour takes about 45 minutes, with a starting time that suits you. Standard tours are in Dutch; a surcharge of € 15 applies for an English-language tour. 

Tariff guided group tour

€ 80 per group, maximum of 15 people.

Reservations and contact

Online booking is not possible for group tours. Please contact us at least two weeks prior to your visit: rondleidingen@centraalmuseum.nl or call +31 (0)30-2362393 (Tuesdays - Fridays, 10.00 am to 1 pm).

Accessibility

Unfortunately museum dwelling Robijnhof is not accessible for wheel chairs, prams and strollers.

Go back to individual visit to the Rietveld Schröder House.

Robijnhof, kitchen
Robijnhof, kitchen

Photo: Ernst Moritz

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