18 January - 1 April 2010. Designed by architect H.P. Berlage, the St Hubertus hunting lodge was built in 1920 and has since become one of Holland's most important monuments.
Legend has it that a sacred stag confronted a huntsman named Hubertus, cautioning him to change his ways. The repentant Hubertus heeded the stag's advice and was duly canonised as the patron saint of hunters.
The Hunting Lodge doesn't quite live up to its name however, as guns are strictly forbidden. Guided tours of the lodge are available daily and include a visit to the exhibition of drawings in the cellar. Apeldoornseweg is less than an hour from Amsterdam.
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St Hubertus Hunting Lodge
St. Hubertus Hunting Lodge Apeldoornseweg 258, 7351 TA Hoenderloo.