This is a building filled with stories. Construction began in the eleventh century and the church has been in use ever since. Inside, you can see one of the largest collections of fifteenth-century wall and vault paintings in the Netherlands, the earliest of which date to around 1400. With their colourful representations of biblical stories, mysterious sibyls, stalwart saints and the stinking rich, they are still every bit as splendid today.
Wednesday to Saturday
Due to national Covid-19 regulation, the locations are temporarily closed to the public.
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.
There are several parking garages within walking distance, such as parking 's-Gravenhof.
The Grote Kerk is a 8-minute walk from Zutphen railway station. Plan your trip at 9292.nl.
7201 DM Zutphen
+31 (0)575 54 70 58