Museum Sculptures at Sea is a hidden gem in its own right… Concealed as it is by the dunes of Scheveningen. But after entering into the building, yet another gem reveals itself: the audio tour.
Sculptures at Sea’s audio tour features TV-presenter Isolde Hallensleben, who shows you around the museum. She tells you about the Lying Venus (the audience’s favorite sculpture), she explores the Siren statue together with a visually impaired person and she even shows you the museum director’s room. As she walks through the museum, she encounters several people, such as Wim Quist, the museum’s architect, who tells you why he meant for the museum to be almost inconceivable amongst the dunes. Or Remco Campert, who reads a poem that he wrote especially for the museum. And then there’s the museum cat.
An audio tour like no other… But you’ll have to ask them about it, as the Sculptures at Sea doesn’t go out of its way to generate publicity for this unique audio experience.