Visit – Cobra Museum voor Moderne Kunst



€ 15,00 – Adult
€ 9,50 – 6 up to 18 yrs
€ 9,50 – CJP / Studentpass up to 27 yrs old

Please find here the rates during the exhibition Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera: A Love Revolution. 

Group rates (from 15 people)*
€ 4,65 – Toddlers in groups
€ 4,65 – Primary school students
€ 5,55 – Secondary school students

* Price per person

Free entrance
– Museumcard
– Stadspas Amsterdam
– Stadspas Amstelveen
– Friend Cobra Museum
– Donor Cobra Museum
– Iamsterdam City Card
– BGL VIP-kaart
– Rembrandtpas
– ICOM cardholders
– Children up to 5 yrs old
– Cobra Founder
– Caregivers of people with a disability


Opening hours

Cobra Museum for Modern Art is open 6 days a week
from 11am until 5pm.
Closed on Mondays, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and King’s Day.

Guided Tours

Private tour
€ 50
 (max. 4 adults)

Tour for primary school
€ 100
 (max. 15 students, price includes entrance fee)

Tour for secondary school
€ 110
 (max. 15 students, price includes entrance fee)

Language other then Dutch surcharge €10,-

Adress and route

Sandbergplein 1, 1181 ZX Amstelveen.
Park at the carpark Stadshart.

The Cobra Museum of Modern Art
is easy to be reached by bike,
car and public transportation.

By bike

The Cobra Museum is a good half hour bike ride from the centre of Amsterdam. You can also take a more touristic route via the river Amstel (take a right at Café het Kalfje) or via the Amsterdam Woods (Amsterdamse Bos). This takes about an hour.

The fast route: from Amsterdam you cycle towards the Olympic Stadium. From there, follow the Amstelveenseweg, under the ring road and keep going straight until you see the museum on your left in Amstelveen. You’ve arrived.

By bus

If you come by public transport, take a Connexxion bus (the red ones). Please note! The IAmsterdam Card and a GVB transport ticket are not valid in the Connexxion buses.
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By car

Navigation address: Stadsplein 101 Amstelveen

Please note: it is paid parking around the museum.

Use the parking garage next to the museum or park at the south side of the A9.