St. Agatha Convent, Heereweg 258, Lisse
The St Agatha convent dates back to the 1900s. It was built on behalf of the RC parish Saint Agatha in Neo-Gothic style. The building was originally used by the Clarissen and the Sisters Fransciscanessen. The monastery has lost its original function over the years. It became a shelter for difficult to raise children. The building has been functioning as an office since 1984. The former chapel is used as a multifunctional space. This is used as a meeting room and concert hall.