This spring, my wife and I are starting our annual (fingers crossed) tour of europe in Amsterdam, and have reservations for 7 nights in the Nederlands with the last two in Delft. From there we'll go on to Belgium for 6 nights and ultimately to Paris. I'm planning the itinerary from Delft to Brugge, and driving from Delft to 's-Hertogenbosch is an option. We'd drop off the car there or somewhere nearby with better access to trains to Brugge. In 's-Hertogenbosch, I'm mostly interested in touring the Binnen-Dieze, but also in walking by Sint Jan to see the gargoyles and buttresses and experiencing another Dutch city with canals. I'd appreciate any comments from those of you that have been to 's-Hertogenbosch, taken the canal tour, had a meal at a good restaurant, and what you think is a must see site. We also enjoy art museums, especially modern, and interesting museums in general. I still haven't explored all the train options so input from those of you with experience would be helpful.
Is 's-Hertogenbosch worth the diversion? If we skipped it we'd arrive in Brugge much earlier. Would it be better to arrive in Brugge later after most of the tourists have left? We'll be there there two nights which gives us one full day.