Museum Corps Riding Artillery
The museum paints a picture of the glorious history of the Corps with historical documents and books, paintings, old small arms, military attributes and utensils and examples of earlier uniforms.
In 1879, officers of the Corps began to collect objects and documents that were considered representative for the history of the mounted artillery. The rich art collection with paintings by Hoynck van Papendrecht, Pieneman, Staring, Van Soest and others is unique. In various objects and images the connection with the Ditch Royalty is clearly expressed.
Riding school Corps Mounted Artillery (the Yellow Riders)
The riding school has 12 horses. They are all chestnut coloured to get as much unity as possible during the performances and the ceremonial tasks. The horses need to be used in all positions and at all sorts of different military occasions, performances and riding lessons.
- Price explanation: Guided tour for groups within opening hours € 20,-
Guided tour for groups outside opening hours € 40,-