"Since 1888 Museum ‘Our Lord in the Attic’ was visited daily, first by several hundred people each year and now by almost 90,000. Therefore, we have extended the museum into a second building in order to preserve this unique historic house for the future, complete with context and stories. The new, expanded museum offers space for public facilities appropriate for a modern museum and meetings, stories and education will soon play a prominent role.

During reconstruction, the museum will remain open and completion is expected in mid 2013."

Judikje Kiers, director Museum ‘Our Lord in the Attic’

Role Act2

storyline visitor experience
locative media