Which exhibitions are on display?
On view until 14 April 2024 is the exhibition Cobra 75: A Cry for Freedom! The upper floor is temporarily closed due to renovations to the roof. On 22 December 2023, the upper floor opens with the exhibition Anton Corbijn – MOØDe, which runs until 12 May 2024.
Are there road works on the A9?
There will be inconvenience on the Amstelveen A9 highway during the weekends. It concerns the last weekend of October, the weekend of November 10 and the weekend of November 24. A9 between the junctions Badhoevedorp and Holendrecht is (partially) closed for traffic. See here for more information from Rijkswaterstaat.
What are the museum’s opening hours?
The museum is open Tuesday till Sunday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
How do I get access to the museum?
You have to buy an online ticket and reserve a time-slot. It’s also possible to visit us spontaneously and purchase a ticket at the counter.
I have a Museum card, a membership card, VriendenLoterij VIP Card, a student voucher or another discount card or entrance ticket. Do I also need to book an online ticket?
It’s recommended, but not mandatory. Either way it’s important that you bring your Museumkaart or membership card with you to the museum!
Can I come by spontaneously and buy an entrance ticket at the box office?
Yes, but we advise you to book online.
Facilities in the museum
Is the Museum Café open?
Yes, the Museum café and terrace (during summer) are open six days a week during museum opening hours. We can not take reservations.
Is the Museum Shop open?
The museum shop is open during the opening hours of the museum.
Can I store my luggage with you?
Large bags are not allowed in the museum. The lockers and cloakroom are not suitable for large bags, so we recommend leaving large bags at home. However, small bags with a size of up to A4 and about 10 cm thick are allowed in the museum.The museum has a cloakroom where you can store your coat and umbrella yourself.
Prams and buggies are allowed in the museum, as well as walkers, wheelchairs and other aids for people with access needs. You can book out a wheelchair free of charge at the register. Would you like to reserve a wheelchair prior to your visit? You can do so via firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 547 50 50.
For more details please refer to the information on accessibility.
In which languages is the audio tour available and how much does it cost?
At the moment there is no audio tour. However, a free Dutch-language podcast Cobra 75 is available (from the previous exhibition Freedom without borders).
I have access needs. Can I buy a ticket online? Does my companion also need a ticket?
People with access needs have to buy a ticket online. Visitors who are unable to move around the museum on their own can bring a companion free of charge. You do have to reserve a free ticket for the companion (‘begeleider’).
There is a disabled parking lot in front of the museum.
Learn more about accessibility
I am a journalist, can I use my press card to get in?
Free access for members of the press is only possible after registration via email@example.com
Please state in the email for which medium you work and what the intended publication is.
Were you unable to find an answer to your question, or would you like to contact us about something else? Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are able to answer your email on a daily basis. We can also be reached by telephone daily between 11 am and 5 pm on 020 547 50 50.
Can I book a tour again from now on?
Yes, we offer tours. For bookings, please contact email@example.com.
I want to book an education project for this school year. Is that possible?
Yes, you can! Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to take an option on a day and time of your preference. Keep an eye on the education pages for more information.