The museum displays documents, photos, paintings and tools,the exhibits are mainly bronze maquettes and casts of Van Wouw's sculptural work.
The Van Wouw Museum, housed in Anton Van Wouw's last residence, a Dutch national monument.
It was designed by Norman Eaton in 1938 and van Wouw lived here from 1939-1945.
Van Wouw was a great lover of nature and a dedicated gardener and commissioned Eaton to design a residence with a resemblance between architecture and nature.
The museum houses 64 art works by van Wouw, mainly sculptures