Dordrecht has almost 900 listed buildings, 700 municipal monuments and a large number of striking buildings.
Things not to miss: Highlights
What shouldn't you miss when visiting Dordrecht? First visit the places that determine the character and skyline of the city. Or read more about Dordrecht in the VVV brochure.
Early and contemporary artwork is housed in a historic building with a modern wing on the Museumstraat.
The much-praised view of the three-river point at the Groothoofd is at your feet
The Great Church is the most well-known monument of Dordrecht and a landmark in the city.
In the Middle Ages, Het Hof was the most important Augustinian monastery in the Northern Netherlands.
Dordrecht has havens [harbours], but no canals. The Voorstraatshaven forms the backbone of the old city.
Everyone can roam through the former residence of Simon van Gijn, because it is now a museum.
An extensive freswater tidal area with osier, reed beds and meandering creeks.
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New and exciting museum, which should be the place of call for every visitor to the city Dordrecht.
You can take pleasant trips on the water by public transport. A modern waterbus travels between Rotterdam, Kinderdijk and Dordrecht.