Welcome to the Museum of Kennemerburgh. It was built during the 18th century upon the remains of the old castle "The Kennemer Burght", which the city was named after. this museum contains historical artefacts as well as natural remains.
About this creation
A front shot at the beautiful museum. This is how it looks in the city.
One of the two towers. These are part of an older construction which stood here, built in the late 16th century.
The ticket booth: Prices are 1.50 for adults. Kids can go in for free, because most of them think it is boring.
Some of the visitors are almost just as old as the museum itself.
A little park to rest before or after your visit.
A view of the museum, it looks really big from here.
The flag of the museum.
A distance shot, just to get an overview.
The view from above.
Enough talking about architecture, let's get in.
The entrance. You'll never get in without a ticket. The shields in this showcase are two native American shields and 1 strange bone shield.
The next exhibit shows a knight's helmet from the early middle ages, and a crossbow from tthe late middle ages.
Here are two Knights of the king. Fully equipped with armor and weapons.
The king's old crown and a native American skeleton.
A young visitor fascinated by the skeleton.
Arr... Some old piratey artefacts.
Let's take the stairs to the natural exposition.
This guy is really interested in the replica of a juvenile T-Rex. I wonder if he plans on stealing it...
A horse skeleton, to study it's bones.
Eek!! It's a spider, and a big one too! On the right, there is a pair of real Triceratops horns (66 MYO)
Hi. Mr. Bones mentioned you had some nice stuff over here so I thought I would take a look. Nice museum. I don't know what's wrong with those kids there but they are the same here. I thought there were some good exhibits. Of course I'm not quite as old as the guy in your pictures but I do have a beard. I'll go check some more stuff and let you know what I think as I get the chance. see ya. garth