Saint George's Church: Tourism and Rental
In the middle of The Netherlands, at a cross point of train rails… This story has to be about Amersfoort! No wonder Amersfoort is a much wanted city for gatherings, concerts, symposia and other events. Central to the historical city town rises the Saint George’s Church (Sint-Joriskerk), a stunning location for everyone who loves style and allure. Generosity and flexibility are most important to us.
Every Sunday the church is occupied by the Saint George’s Church congregation. On every other day, the Saint George’s Church is available for rental or visitation. With the explicit notion that the activities shouldn’t conflict with the nature of the building.
Interested in visiting the Saint George’s Church during the summer opening? Come visit us! Contact us for more info on group tours.
Visitation outside of the summer opening is possible. Then you can meet up with the “Amersfoortse Gidsen” (Guides of Amersfoort), or with “Gilde Amersfoort” (Guild Amersfoort) for a guided walk around the church and a tour inside the church. Time investment: 1-1,5 hours. Amersfoortse Gidsen: w www.amersfoortsegidsen.nl/joriskerk, e firstname.lastname@example.org or t +31641259590. Gilde Amersfoort: w www.gildeamersfoort.nl or t +31334722236.
Saint George’s Church: openings
The Sint-Joriskerk Amersfoort has openings in the summers and winters of each year. During summer openings the Sint-Joriskerk invites artists, creatives, photographers or historians to host a gallery, concert or artshow.
There is much more to see than the outside of this impressive building. You can step inside to look around every week during openings from Tuesday until Saturday from 11 AM to 5 PM. Entry costs €1, including the multi-langual folder. Children aged 0-12 can enter for free.
Many more expositions are awaiting you during the summer opening of 2020! We’re currently still in the process of planning these expositions. Stay tuned!
Winter opening 2020
At this moment there is a winter opening in the Sint-Joriskerk at: