Bus 108 from the railway stations of Apeldoorn and Ede-Wageningen. From Arnhem railway station with bus 105 (direction Barneveld). For both routes, you need to change in Otterlo to bus 106 for the museum.
You can buy a ticket for De Hoge Veluwe National Park from the driver and dismount at the museum stop. Or you can dismount at the entrance to the park, buy a combined ticket there and either walk or cycle to the museum on one of the free white bicycles.
Public transport information
From the A1, A50 and A12, turn off your navigator and follow the signs for Park Hoge Veluwe/Kröller-Müller.
There are three entrances to the park: Otterlo, Hoenderloo and Schaarsbergen. The Otterlo entrance is the busiest.
Please be aware that there are no charging stations for electric vehicles in the immediate vicinity of the museum. In the central area of the park are 14 charging stations.
Distances from airports
|Amsterdam||80 km||60 minutes by car|
|Rotterdam||120 km||90 minutes by car|
|Brussel||220 km||125 minutes by car|
|Düsseldorf||150 km||95 travelling time|
Excursion with Tour Company starting from Amsterdam
A deluxe minibus departs daily from Amsterdam Central Station (Centraal Station) to the Kröller-Müller Museum. The guide will take you on a short tour of the museum, after which you will be free to explore the museum and sculpture garden yourself. At the end of the day, the guide will bring you back to Amsterdam. Price: €149.00 per person.
Parking and White Bicycles
There are parking spaces for cars and coaches at the museum, but you can also leave your car at one of the three park entrances and continue on one of the free white bicycles (with child seat). There are 6 disabled parking spaces at the museum. In the central area of the park are 14 charging stations.
Schaarsbergen entrance (10 km to museum)
Not accessible to coaches
Hoenderloo entrance (4 km to museum)
Otterlo entrance (2.5 km to museum)