As of 5 June 2021, Stedelijk Museum Breda is opening its doors again.
We look forward to seeing you.
N.B. Do you have an e-ticket or gifcard from our museum whose validity will expire soon?
Don't worry, the tickets remain valid until December 1st of 2021.
Do you have a question about your visit?
You can send an email to email@example.com. We are happy to help you!
Tuesday to Friday 11.00 - 17.00
Saturday - Sunday 10.00 - 17.00
Stedelijk Museum Breda is temporarily closed again, untill the 4th of June.
The museum is closed on:
New Year's Day
Whit Sunday (Pentecost)
The museum is open on the following holidays:
Whit Monday (day after Pentecost)
New Year's Eve
€ 0 children aged to 18
€ 5 CJP/CKV or student card holders
€ 5 pupils and students in groups
Free admission to the museum
Children aged 18 and under
Carers of people with a disability
Teachers accompanying school groups
Holders of the following cards:
Bankgiro Loterij VIP
Friends of the Stedelijk Museum Breda
ICOM Rembrandt Association
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
Do I need to wear a face mask in the museum?
For all visitors aged 13 and older it is mandatory to wear a face mask during your visit.
Can I visit the museum with more than one person?
In line with national restrictions, we are not admitting groups. However, you may visit the museum with a maximum of 6 people from the same family or household.
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 still 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?
Our museum building is spacious enough to allow people plenty of room to stay at a safe distance from each other.
Is there a mandatory walking route in the museum?
Yes, you first visit the patio. Then you go through the permanent collection exhibition and Raging standstill - Art in Breda, from 1970 to now. Then you visit the exhibitons in the downstairs rooms. At the end of your visit you are able to still visit the NEXT project room.
What hygiene measures have been taken in the museum?
Plexiglass screens have been introduced at the reception and in the museum shop. Disinfectant hand gel is available at various locations in the building. We maintain thorough and additional cleaning of contact points and frequently touched surfaces, such as door handles, toilets, water taps, lockers and payment consoles. Our employees also have protective equipment at their disposal.
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 debit card 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. Wait outside if both toilets are occupied.
Can I book a tour?
For the time being we are not offering guided tours. As soon as this becomes possible again, we will communicate this via our website and our social media channels.
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 by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
At the moment we do not 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 email@example.com.
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.
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 https://www.bravo.info/
You can park at the Beyerd Vlaszak (paid parking, also by mobile phone: Monday to Saturday 7.00 - 24.00, Sunday (when the shops are open) 13.00 - 18.00) or in the Het Turfschip (paid parking, also by mobile phone: 7 days a week, 24 hours a day).
You can park your bicycle free of charge in the Oude Vest or Het Turfschip secure bike parks (bewaakte fietsenstallingen or opposite the museum (not secured).
We follow the guidelines of the RIVM to prevent the spread of the corona virus. To protect visitors and employees as much as possible against contamination, we have set additional house rules. These house rules are communicated via the website (under 'tickets' and under 'visitor information') and upon entering the museum.
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: Illness & Health in Collectielab #2
Hall 4: Danielle Lemaire - You Know I Am Not There
Hall 5: Realists - Masterpieces from Museum Arnhem
Hall 6: Realists - Masterpieces from Museum Arnhem