Scottish houses

Interesting
Built in the 16C in late-Gothic style, these two houses served as the office and warehouse for the Scottish wool merchants of Veere. The stone carving on the façade of n°25 represents a lamb, the emblem of the wool trade. At n°27, the house is called the Ostrich (De Struys) even though the bird looks more like a dodo. The two buildings house part of the collection from the local museum.

Useful information

Address:

Kaai 25-27, 4351 AA Veere

Phone:

+31 118 501 744

Price:

6.50 € (-18 years old 3 €)

Opening hours

Apr-Oct: 10am-5pm; Nov-Mar: 1pm-5pm

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