Halderberge is bursting with history. The region was bought around 1282 by friars from Antwerp and drained, reclaimed and used for agriculture in the years thereafter. This is why religion and agriculture have played an important role in the region since its foundation, and this is reflected in both the villages and the areas surrounding them. The Basilica of Oudenbosch, St. Louis boy’s home and Bovendonk Monastry are the larger monuments to be found in Halderberge, but there’s much more to discover! Dive into history at the Mastboomhuis, find your inner peace in the Arboretum botanical garden and gaze at the stars from the oldest public observatory in the Netherlands. In Halderberge, heritage is an experience!
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