Bulskampveld Visitors’ Centre … a gateway to nature, the estate and the region The castle at Bulskampveld Provincial Estate houses the visitors’ centre. On the ground floor you can find out all about the abundance of nature and of the estate. Fine tune all of your senses, for there is a lot to discover in both the permanent and the temporary expositions! The next floor offers a first brush with the rich history of the region, its typical grid of tree lanes, its numerous castles and historical farmhouses. Projections and lit up figures explain the historical development of Bulskampveld. The lord of the castle proudly presents his collection of curiosities.
A unique English landscape garden surrounds the castle. The old walled vegetable patch is now a herb garden, where over 400 plants thrive in their carefully selected spots. The herb garden is surrounded by half-open galleries, which accommodate the wheelwright’s workshop, the smithy, and a collection of old carriages, carts and farming tools. Throughout the year, there are workshops and activities on nature, herbs and culture. To explore the area on their own, visitors can borrow fieldwork tools and bicycles, or buy hiking and cycling maps.
Schools and associations can choose from a vast array of guided activities on nature and the area. For all information and reservations, please contact the reception desk at the visitors’ centre.
Free entry to visitors’ centre and provincial estate
Free group visits with own guide: during the opening hours of the visitors’ centre. Guided tours: on request. • Schools: € 50, Non-profit organizations: € 60, Commercial organizations: € 120. • The average duration of a guided tour is 2 hours; maximum number of participants: 25. • Guided tours to the Visitors’ Centre (castle) and the estate, workshops on demand.