CAVALRY MUSEUMS’ DISPLAY
The elaborate display of the Cavaleriemuseum is housed in two buildings.
In the Sint Jorisgebouw (Saint George’s building) uniforms, small arms, silver objects, paintings, miniatures, scale models etc. are on display. The grouping of the exhibits in Sint Jorisgebouw (on three levels) is as following: historical introduction, the Time of the Horse and the period of Wheels and Tracks.
In the second museum building, the Landsverkgebouw, so named after the first armoured car of the Dutch cavalry, the Landsverk from Sweden, (official pre – war name Pantserwagen M36 en M38), a large part of the collection historic Cavalry vehicles are on display. The display is completed with various objects such as motorcycles, equipment etc.
In the outdoorexhibition tanks and armoured cars are on exhibit around both buildings.
Close to the Landsverkgebouw is the restauratiewerkplaats (the restoration workshop).