- Eemland Archives
The Archief Eemland contains about 3.5 kilometers of archives, an image collection of 45,000 photographs, a significant collection of maps, a growing audiovisual collection, and a rich historical library.
Archief Eemland manages the archives of the municipalities Amersfoort, Baarn, Bunschoten (on location in Bunschoten), Eemnes, Leusden, Renswoude, Soest (on location in Soest) and Woudenberg. Archief Eemland also manages the archives of the Amersfoort concentration camp
The search engine for archives of the Archief Eemland can be found here.
The Archief Eemland is open from Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm.
To view the records from the depot you need to make an appointment. This can be done through the online form which has to be filled in at least two work days before the desired date of visit. An employee of Eemland Archive will then contact you to arrange the exact date and time.
In the Archief Eemland you can use the free wifi network. The workstations have power points to use for your laptop or tablet.
You the staff of the institution to help you when using the archive. Staff members may help you with relevant materials and publications or with small problems, for example with old scripture which is often difficult to read.
Archives and collections can be consulted free of charge in the reading room. You can see consult and view the microfiches with the help of the machines available in the reading room.
You can use a self brought camera (without flash) for the reproductions of documents. Moreover, pictures from the photo collection can be ordered through the website. The prints will be sent within fifteen days from the time payment is received.