Nijenhuis est un sentier de point à point de 17.2 kilomètres situé près de Wijhe, Overijssel en Pays-Bas. Le sentier vous présentera des fleurs sauvages et sa difficulté est évaluée comme facile. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités.

Distance: 17.2 km Dénivelé: 93 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B

randonnée

activités en pleine nature

balade

course à pied

voie partiellement aménagée

vue panoramique

fleurs sauvages

payant

From Wijhe station you almost immediately walk into an impressive avenue of trees of the De Gelder estate. Meadows, fields, farms and watercourses alternated with beech lanes and groves determine the image of almost forgotten estates. The last part of the walk leads through the 't Nijenhuis estate. The Nijenhuis Castle is one of the best preserved manor houses in Overijssel. The history of The Nijenhuis begins in the late Middle Ages, the first mention dates from 1382. Dirk Hannema, former director of the Boymans museum, lived there until 1984 and showed his art collection; Van Gogh, Mondrian, Israëls and many others. Castle, collection and changing exhibitions are open to the public. The new sculpture garden was opened around the Nijenhuis at the beginning of 2012, including work from the collection of Museum Beelden aan Zee. The castle and garden are open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm (Nov to Feb open from Thu to Sun). Admission is free with Museum card, admission price adults € 9.00, www.museumdefundatie.nl. A visit to the estate and sculpture garden is definitely worth it. In the 17th and 18th centuries castles and country estates appeared in many places in Salland, often with vast estates around it. The predicate 'havezate' was only awarded if the owner was a member of the Overijssel Ridderschap. Such possessions were preferably built on the landscape transition from high to low soils and were provided with a moat. On this walk you will come across various (former) property and country estates: De Gelder, Langeveldsloo, Hagenvoorde, De Velner, 't Nijenhuis and' t Rozendael. All these estates are privately owned. When you arrive in Heino, take a look at the center (near the church) and the Grinder of the Cooperative Agriculture Association 'Heino'. It is a former flour factory, built in 1919. Since 1997, the mill is no longer in use and the building is furnished as a tourist office, exhibition space for local artists and the local history association. Entrance is free. De Maalderij is open from Tuesday to Friday from 10 am to 4 pm, Mon and Sat to 1 pm (from Sep to Apr to 1 pm).

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