Visitor information

    You can buy a ticket at the museum or online.

    Visitor information

    The museum is a ten-minute walk from Breda station, just past Valkenberg city park. You will find us in a monumental building with surprisingly modern furnishings. Walk through the gate of the former Oudemannenhuis and follow in the footsteps of the city's most famous old men: Thijs and Geert.

    • Opening hours

      Tuesday to Friday 11.00 - 17.00
      Saturday - Sunday 10.00 - 17.00  

      The museum is closed on: 
      New Year's Day 
      Shrove Sunday 
      Easter Sunday 
      King's Day 
      Whit Sunday (Pentecost) 
      Christmas Day 

      The museum is open on the following holidays:
      Easter Monday
      Ascension Day 
      Whit Monday (day after Pentecost)  
      Boxing Day 
      New Year's Eve

    • Ticket prices

      Regular rate: € 12.50
      Free up to 18 years
      € 5.00 with CJP pass, CKV pass, MBO Card or student card
      Are you coming with a group of students or pupils? Then we have a special rate.

      Free for:
      Children aged 18 and under
      Carers of people with a disability 
      Teachers accompanying school groups

      Free with:
      Museum Card
      Bankgiro Loterij VIP
      Card BredaPas 
      Friends of the Stedelijk Museum Breda
      ICOM  Rembrandt Association

    • Museum card

      For free to Stedelijk Museum Breda (and 400 other museums in the Netherlands)? Buy a Museum card at the reception and use it immediately.

      Costs for 1 year:
      € 64.90 Adult ticket 19 years and older
      € 32.45 Youth card 13 to 18 years
      € 32.45 Kids card up to 12 years old

    • Frequently asked questions

      How do I get access to the museum?
      You can buy a ticket with a time slot both in the museum and online

      Do I need to wear a face mask in the museum? 
      No, wearing a face mask is not mandatory.

      Can I visit the museum with more than one person? 
      Yes, groups are welcome.

      How do I buy an e-ticket? 
      Use this link to easily select and purchase your e-ticket online. You can do this on your computer, iPad or mobile phone.  

      Is the museum accessible for the disabled? 
      Yes, all of the usual facilities for disabled visitors are available.

      Can I visit the museum if I have a cold? 
      Unfortunately not. If you have a cold, we ask you to stay at home, in accordance with national restrictions. We look forward to welcoming you when you are completely well again.

      Is it possible to keep sufficient physical distance everywhere in the museum? 
      Yes, our museum building is spacious enough to allow people plenty of room to keep distance from each other. 

      Is there a mandatory walking route in the museum? 
      No, there is no mandatory walking route in the museum. As a visitor, you can decide for yourself in which exhibition space you start your visit.

      What hygiene measures have been taken in the museum? 
      Disinfecting hand gel is available on arrival and in other places in the building. Plexiglass screens have been installed at the reception and in the shop. We provide cleaning of contact points  such as door handles, banisters, toilets, taps, lockers and payment terminals. 

      Can I pay in cash at the museum? 
      No, we require cash-free payments.

      Is the museum shop open? 
      Yes, the museum shop is open when the museum is open. We kindly request that you pay for your purchases with your creditcard or telephone.

      Is the Espressobar open?  
      Yes, like all other food and beverage outlets, the espresso bar is open.

      Are the toilets open? 
      Yes, the toilets are accessible.

      Can I book a tour? 
      Yes, it is possible to book a tour. Check out our website for more information and all the options.

      How do I keep up to date with changes?
      You can check our website regularly and follow our social media. You can also subscribe to our newsletter.

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    • Group visits

      We are happy to receive groups in the museum. If you want to look further ahead, you can talk to one of our colleagues about our wide choice of packages, tours and city walks. More information and contact: (076) 529 93 10 or

    • Route on foot

      On foot from Breda railway station (5 to 10 minutes). In the station, follow the signs to the centre (centrum). In front of you is the Valkenberg city park. Cross the park, keeping to the left, in the direction of Vlaszak. At the crossroads, turn left into the Boschstraat. The museum is on the right-hand side. 

    • Public transport

      You can get to the museum from the station by bus. Take numbers 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 115, 119, 132, 311 or 316 towards the centre (centrum). Get off at the first stop (Vlaszak). For more information on public transport tickets and planning your journey, please visit

    • Parking

      There are several options for parking near Stedelijk Museum Breda:

      • Parking Beyerd Vlaszak, (mobile) paid parking: Monday to Saturday 07:00 - 20:00,
      • shopping Sunday 13.00 - 18.00.
      • Parking garage Het Turfschip, open 24/7, (mobile) paid parking.
      • Parking garage Chassé Parking, open 24/7
      • Chasséveld, open 24/7

      You can park your bicycle free of charge in the guarded bicycle sheds Oude Vest and Het Turfschip, or unguarded opposite the museum.

    • Terms and conditions visitors

      The following visitor conditions apply to the museum:

    Floor plan

    • Ground floor

      Hall 1: The Collection - 450 jaar kunst en geschiedenis
      Hall 2: The Collection - 450 jaar kunst en geschiedenis

      In these two halls you will find masterpieces that together tell the story of Breda.

      Hall 3: Raging standstill

    • Parterre

      Hall 4: Marenne Welten - House of Men
      Hall 5: Vanwege Vincent
      Hall 6: Vanwege Vincent

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