If you go for a stroll through the green hills between Nijmegen and Groesbeek you will suddenly be confronted by a mirage. The large dome and two towers of a white-plastered, building with an eastern look loom above the trees. Despite its oriental appearance, this really is a Dutch church. Inspired by a pilgrimage to the Middle East, architect Jan Stuyt and artist Piet Gerrits made this Roman Catholic total artwork at the request of the parish priest, Father Arnold Suys.
Thursday to Sunday
Due winter time (7/01-20/04) the church will be closed on Thursday and Friday. From Monday the 7th of January until Saturday the 20th of April the church will be open on Saturday and Sunday afternoon from 14.00-16.30
We have selected the church’s highlights for you. There is a remarkable story behind each one. Ask for the audiotour when you visit, and listen to the stories as you wander through the church. Or take the guided tour, which will lead you to all the highlights.
Audiotour € 3
Heilig Landstichting is near Nijmegen and is easily accessible by car. There is ample parking space by the church.
From Nijmegen railway station take the number 5 bus and get out at the Museum Orientalis stop. The church is a few minutes’ walk from the bus stop. Plan your trip at 9292.nl.
Pastoor Rabouplein 1
6564 BP Heilig Landstichting
+31 (0)24 322 2165