Former Poortwachtershuisje Veere

This monument has been part of life around the Grote Kerk Veere for centuries. The former gatekeeper's house comes from the nineteenth century. It was probably built during the French occupation of Veere, around 1809-1811. There were two cottages on the property from that period, but one was demolished. Many parts of the monument have been replaced or modified over the years. You can still see the interventions from different time periods.



Construction period

Nineteenth century


The only remaining gatekeeper's cottage on the property

Wheelchair accessible

No, the garden of the Grote Kerk Veere does

Owned by Monumentenbezit

Since 2024

Visitor information

The cottage is used to receive visitors for the Grote Kerk Veere. Check the church's website for current opening hours.

Visiting address:

Oudestraat 28, 4351 AV Veere

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