Tips for families with children
The museum has one of the largest sculpture gardens in Europe. The surroundings elicit pure enjoyment, of the sculptures and the nature. Leisurely sprawled in the grass, cosily picnicking together or running circuits; all this is possible in the sculpture garden.
Museum Dice Game
For families with children from 4 years old there is a special Museum Dice Game. This game takes you through the entire museum. By throwing dice with your family, searching for artworks and answering fascinating questions, you’ll never view art in the same way again!
For children of 4 years and older, we offer detective games for in the museum and the sculpture garden. The detective games are available free of charge in the museum.
Picture books for toddlers
Two picture books for toddlers are available from the museum shop. In Swan looks for a playmate, the children meet Swan (Floating Sculpture, ‘Otterlo’ by Marta Pan). And in Swan gets dots George Seurat plays a special role.
Tips for groups
The museum’s tour guides provide tours on request through the collection, the sculpture garden and exhibitions. We also organize bespoke guided tours around a theme of your choice.
Give your own guided tour
You are also welcome to give your own guided tour, for a maximum of 20 people. This is to ensure that the spaces remain accessible to other visitors. A headset is compulsory during the period 1 March to 31 October.
Groups of more than 20 people receive a 10% discount on the admission fee (combined ticket for park and museum).