List of Rijksmonuments

This is a list of the more notable Rijksmonuments (national heritage sites) in the Netherlands. The list is sorted by province. There are over 60,000 Rijksmonuments in the Rijksmonumentenregister (national heritage register).

Drenthe

Flevoland

Friesland

Gelderland

Groningen

Limburg

Rijksmonument Type Location Description Photo
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North Brabant

Rijksmonument Location Type Description Photo
Aalstermolen Aalst Windmill Tower mill built in 1936.
Croy Castle Aarle-Rixtel Castle C15th castle.
Gertrudiskerk Bergen op Zoom Church C14th and later church
Breda Castle Breda Castle C15th castle.
Grote Kerk Breda Church C15th church
Koepelgevangenis Breda Prison Prison built in 1886
Annemie Eindhoven Windmill Tower mill built in 1891.
John S. Thompsonbrug Grave / Nederasselt Bridge Bridge built in 1929.
Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven Museum Museum established in 1936.
Nemerlaer Castle Haaren Castle C14th castle.
Heeswijk Castle Heeswijk Castle C11th castle.
Heeze Castle Heeze Castle C17th castle
De Adriaan Meerveldhoven Windmill Tower mill built in 1906.
Post mill Rosmalen Molenhoek Windmill Post mill built in 1732
Molen van Aerden Nispen Windmill Tower mill built in 1850.
St. Paul's Abbey Oosterhout Abbey C20th abbey.
Watermill at Opwetten Watermill Opwetten C18th corn, fulling, oil and saw mill
Oudenbosch Basilica Oudenbosch Church C19th church.
Saint Lambertchurch Rosmalen Church C14th and later church
Aan de Pegstukken Windmill Schijndel Tower mill built in 1845
St. John's Cathedral 's-Hertogenbosch Cathedral C13th-C16th cathedral.
De Toonzaal 's-Hertogensbosch Synagogue Synagogue built in 1823
Assumburg Steenbergen Windmill Smock mill built in 1897.
De Arend Terheijden Windmill Tower mill built in 1742.
Watermill at Kollen 't Koll Watermill Watermill built in 1681
De Arend Wouw Windmill Tower mill built in 1825
De Akkermolen Zundert Windmill Post mill built c.1605.

North Holland

Rijksmonument Type Location Description Photo
American Hotel Hotel Amsterdam A hotel built in 1900.
Centraal Station Railway station Amsterdam The main railway station in Amsterdam. Built in 1889.
Astoria Offices Amsterdam An Art Nouveau office block built in 1905.
Castle Brederode Castle Santpoort-Zuid A castle built by the Lords of Brederode in the second half of the 13th century.
De Duif Church Amsterdam A Roman Catholic church built in 1858.
De Krijtberg Church Amsterdam A Roman Catholic church built in 1883.
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Windmill Westzaan A smock mill built in 1692, restored to working order. It is the only surviving wind powered paper mill in the world.
Hollandsche Manege Riding school Amsterdam Offices, accommodation and stables built in 1883.
Lange Jaap Lighthouse Huisduinen A cast iron lighthouse built in 1878
Muiderslot Castle Muiden A castle build by Floris V, to guard the mouth of the river Vecht.
Museum De Cruquius Pumping station Cruquius A steam powered pumping station built c. 1850. Houses the largest stationary steam engine (a beam engine) in the world. Also a World Heritage Site.
Nieuwe Kerk Church Amsterdam A church dating from the 15th century. Used for Royal Inaugurations and Royal Weddings. Also used as an exhibition venue and for organ recitals.
Noorderkerk Church Amsterdam A Protestant church built in the 1620s.
Olympisch Stadion Stadium Amsterdam A stadium built for the 1928 Summer Olympics and later used by AFC Ajax until 1996.
Oost-Indisch Huis Offices Amsterdam An early 17th-century office block. Former headquarters of the Dutch East India Company.
Oosterkerk Church Amsterdam A former Protestant church built between 1669 and 1671.
Oude Kerk Church Amsterdam A former Roman Catholic and current Protestant church. It was consecrated in 1306. The oldest parish church in Amsterdam.
Portugees-Israëlietische Synagoge Synagogue Amsterdam A synagogue built in 1671.
Koninklijk Paleis
Paleis op de Dam
Palace Amsterdam Originally built as the City Hall in 1655. first used as a Royal Palace by Konig Louis I and still used as such by the current monarch.
Stadsschouwburg Theatre Amsterdam A theatre built between 1892 and 1894. Former home of De Nederlandse Opera.
Statue of Jan Pieterszoon Coen Statue Hoorn Statue of Jan Pieterszoon Coen, made in 1887, placed in 1893.
Stoomgemaal Vier Noorder Koggen Pumping station Medemblik Steam powered pumping station near the city of Medemblik. Build in 1869 and expanded in 1907, to obsolete 25 windmills.
Grote of Sint-Laurenskerk Church Alkmaar A gothic church dedicated to St. Lawrence, now a Protestant church. Contains the tomb of Floris V, Count of Holland.
Vondelpark Urban park Amsterdam A public park established in 1865 and extended in 1877.
Westerkerk Church Amsterdam A Protestant church built between 1620 and 1633. Burial place of Rembrandt.
Zuiderkerk Church Amsterdam A former Protestant church built between 1603 and 1611. In use as a church until 1970, now an information centre.
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Overijssel

Rijksmonument Type Location Description Photo
Lebuïnuskerk Church Deventer A former Gothic cathedral.
Deventer Station Railway station Deventer A railway station built in 1865.
Tuinen Mien Ruys Complex of gardens. Dedemsvaart 25 gardens by Mien Ruys
Great Synagogue Synagogue Deventer A Neorenaissance synagogue from the 19th century.
Sint-Nicolaas- of Bergkerk Church Deventer A former Romanesque church from the 13th century.
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South Holland

Rijksmonument Type Location Description Photo
Feijenoord Stadion Stadium Rotterdam A sports stadium completed in 1937, home to Feyenoord football club.
Groothandelsgebouw Offices Rotterdam An office block completed in 1953, one of the first major buildings built in Rotterdam after the Second World War.
Het Slaakhuis Offices Rotterdam An office block built in 1955. Former headquarters of newspaper Het Vrije Volk and now used as a squat.
Lijnbaan Street Rotterdam The main shopping street in Rotterdam, opened in 1953.
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum Rotterdam An art museum established in 1847. Houses the collections of Frans Jacob Otto Boijmans and Daniël George van Beuningen.
Pelgrimvaderskerk Church Rotterdam A former Roman Catholic and current Protestant church. Established in 1417. The current building dates from 1671.
Van Nellefabriek Factory Rotterdam A former factory in the Nieuwe Bouwen style. Built between 1927 and 1929, it is currently used as offices. Under consideration for World Heritage Site status.
Vrouwekerk Church Leiden The ruins of a Walloon church dating to 1406 and demolished in the early 19th century.
Wereldmuseum Museum Rotterdam A museum established in 1883.
Witte Huis Offices Rotterdam An Art Nouveau office block built in 1898. It was the tallest building in Europe when built. One of the few buildings in central Rotterdam to survive German bombing during the Second World War.
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Utrecht

Rijksmonument Type Location Description Photo
Domtoren Tower Utrecht Tower of the Dom church in the centre of Utrecht
Kasteel de Haar Castle Utrecht Castle located near Haarzuilens, built in 1892.
Academiegebouw University building Utrecht University building built in 1891
Tivoli Pop venue Utrecht Pop venue at the oudegracht, former church.
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Zeeland

Rijksmonument Type Location Description Photo
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