Huize Frankendael

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Huize Frankendael is the last remaining country estate within the city Amsterdam. Build in the 18th century, the house was used by people of high distinction to enjoy friendship and nature. While the city has enclosed the country estate, the joy of pleasure still remains. House, kitchen and garden are open throughout the year for the combination of nature, gastronomy and art&culture.

Flip Bool’s private photography collection
Sunday 18th September & Sunday 25th September at 10.00-19.00
Entrance fee: Free entry

During Unseen Photo Festival, Huize Frankendael will host an exhibition which explores various aspects of the historical and artistic developments of photography, with a selection from the private collection of Flip Bool and his partner Veronica Hekking.

Enjoy a guided tour of the exhibition
Sunday 25 September: guided tour through the exhibition at 15:00
Entrance is free, but please register online here.

Middenweg 72
1097 BS Amsterdam
+31 (0) 20 423 39 30