In line with the Dutch national measures to tackle the spread of coronavirus, the museum will be closed from 5 until 19 November until further notice. We hope the closure will  remain short-term and hope to see everyone in good health again soon. 

Tickets for the museum

If you purchased an e-ticket with a time slot for entry to the museum, you can now contact ticket support to change the date and time slot of the ticket to a date and time slot as of 19 November. If you have a free entry ticket with a Museumkaart (Museum pass), then you do not need to take action. This ticket will be void. If you would prefer to have your ticket refunded, then please contact support@globalticket.nl or call +31 (0)202442877 (open each day from 10.00 to 16.00 hrs).

Tickets to the park

If you have purchased e-tickets for entrance to the Hoge Veluwe National Park and have not yet used them, you can cancel your purchase within fourteen days and have your money refunded. To do this, send an e-mail to reserveringen@hogeveluwe.nl, including your e-tickets. For more information on the conditions or about contacting us, please see www.hogeveluwe.nl.

Enjoy the Kröller-Müller online

While we cannot meet in the museum, we want to keep in touch through our social media channels and will continue to share exceptional works of art and stories almost every day. You can find the museum on Instagram (@krollermullermuseum), Facebook and Twitter (@krollermuller).

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Museum guide

The museum guide contains texts on the Kröller-Müller collection and the Van Gogh collection. The museum guide is in two languages (English and Dutch) and can only be used on mobile phones. You will find the guide at krollermuller.uwmuseumgids.nl.

The museum is implementing the national policy relating to the coronavirus. More information is available on the website of the RIVM.

We hope to see you in the museum again as soon as possible. See you then and stay safe!

Image: Van Gogh Gallery, photo: Marjon Gemmeke