Opening hours

Mondays from 13 September to 25 October: 11.00-17.00
Mondays from 1 November: closed

Tuesday to Sunday and public holidays*: 10.00-17.00
* Easter, Ascension Day, Pentecost, Christmas, King’s Day 27 April, Liberation Day 5 May

On 1 January. 

Why not visit the museum when it's a bit quieter?
There are usually fewer visitors in the museum after 2 PM on weekdays.

Different opening hours for Jardin d’émail

Jardin d'émail is accessible from 1 April to 1 November, but only when the surface is completely dry. The work is closed for maintenance every last Monday of the month. It is also inaccessible during or shortly after rainfall, due to the risk of slipperiness.

Jardin d’émail received a full conservation treatment between 2016 and 2020. In order to keep the artwork in good condition for as long as possible, regular inspection, maintenance and cleaning is required. We do this every last Monday of the month. For example, the drains are cleaned and the entire work is washed and scrubbed with water. Afterwards, the work has to dry before it is safe for visitors again.

Kijk Uit Attention by Krijn Giezen is closed until further notice. 

Work in the sculpture garden

In August and September, we will be working on the placement of Rocky Lumps II, with respect for the flora and fauna. In connection with the work, parts of the sculpture garden at the Franse berg (French Hill) have been cordoned off and steel plates have been laid for the transport of heavy equipment. These steel plates may be slippery during or shortly after rain. We therefore recommend that you stay on the paths. Work on the new Rocky Lumps II will be completed at the end of September 2021. Read more about Rocky Lumps ll.


Book a museum ticket online with a time for the start of your visit*. There is no end time, so you can enjoy the museum and sculpture garden at your leisure. If you are a little early or late on the day of your visit, no problem! You will still be admitted to the museum if you are slightly earlier or later than the time indicated on your ticket. More information.

*This also applies to holders of a Museum Card, VriendenLoterij VIP CARD, Rembrandt Card, Relation Card, Bookers Pass, and ICOM Card. Children under 6 years old (free entry) must also be included in the reservation.

You do not require a COVID certificate to gain access to the museum, nor is a certificate required for our Outdoor Restaurant MJ. However, you will need a COVID certificate in the museum restaurant Monsieur Jacques.

The museum is situated in the middle of De Hoge Veluwe National Park. Therefore, museum visitors also pay an entrance fee for the park. This also applies to visitors with a Dutch Museumkaart or 'VriendenLoterij VIP-KAART'.




€ 11.10

     - with Museumkaart or 'VriendenLoterij VIP-KAART'


Children 6 to 13 years

€ 5.55

     - with Museumkaart


Children under 6 years


Student cards and university IDs / CJP / 'Cultuurkaart'

€ 5.55*

ICOM card / 'Vereniging Rembrandtkaart'


*Upon presentation of the relevant card or pass.

Please note: a ticket only gives you access to the Kröller-Müller Museum. You can buy your ticket for De Hoge Veluwe National Park here.

How to change your tickets

If you would like to rebook your tickets for another time or another day, please use the support button on the ticket page to change your ticket. Please note that the support button can only be used once. If you would like to change your tickets a second time, please contact us on +31(0)31 842 9003, at or send a WhatsApp message to +31(0)20 244 2877. This also applies to tickets purchased with a Museumkaart (museum pass) or other discount card.