Linschoten country Estate


The manor has been uninhabited for over 100 years. The park forest is a peaceful home to birds and animals. The Linschoten estate can be enjoyed from the inside out during various times throughout the year. Expert guides provide monthly guided tours through the park forest, which can also be visited along with the manor house during some of the Heritage Days. Various walking and cycling routes have been set out along the estate’s farms. 

Two weekends a year, in the spring and autumn, the Foundation organizes classical music concerts in the main hall of the manor. This is when the manor really comes to life, and you’ll look back on the truly special experience of finding yourself on the torch-lit driveway as dusk falls after the concert.

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The manor has been uninhabited for over 100 years. The park forest is a peaceful home to birds and animals. The Linschoten estate can be enjoyed from the inside out during various times throughout the year. Expert guides provide monthly guided tours through the park forest, which can also be visited along with the manor house during some of the Heritage Days. Various walking and cycling routes have been set out along the estate’s farms. 

Two weekends a year, in the spring and autumn, the Foundation organizes classical music concerts in the main hall of the manor. This is when the manor really comes to life, and you’ll look back on the truly special experience of finding yourself on the torch-lit driveway as dusk falls after the concert.

Linschoten country estate serves as a Tourist Transfer Point (TOP) and is an ideal starting point for your cycling, walking or canoeing tour. 

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Address:
Noord Linschoterdijk 13
3461 AC Linschoten
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