On Friday, October 11, the Zwartewaal Fisheries Museum will open its doors on the second and third floor of the Zwartewaal net loft, a national monument dating from the second half of the 18th century.

The historic building stands at the head of the Zwartewaal harbour. In addition to a nets loft, this was previously also the site of sailmakers. The ground floor of the building now houses the Kunst gallery operated by Kunstkring Voorne.

The presentation on the first floor of the national monument tells about the history of Zwartewaal's fishing. Based on historical articles, interactives, films, audio and texts, the visitor is immersed in the world of fishing vessels, river fishing, related professions, life on board, and more. Attention is also paid to the historic building itself. The information is offered in Dutch and in English. The museum operates as an annex of Brielle Historical Museum.

Opening hours:
April - October
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Address
Bernissedijk 24
3238 BM Zwartewaal