|Type of ticket||Price|
|Normal price||€ 13.50|
|Group rate||€ 11.50|
All children under 18 years old get free entry to the museum.
DirectionsTram 16 will take you from the city centre to the museum in approximately 20 minutes. From Station CS you can also take bus 24, which runs between Station Mariahoeve and Kijkduin.
AccessibilityThe design of the Gemeentemuseum ensures easy access for people in wheelchairs or using rolling walkers. Wheelchairs are available on loan from the museum.
The exhibitions in this museum are world class. Their curators chose the best works from all around the world. We most recently saw the Alice Neel exhibition, along with brilliant exhibitions on Delftware and Valentino clothing designs. Their collection of glassware from the 17th century is fascinating, too. This museum never disappoints me. It's a must see for all art lovers who visit The Hague. In fact, if you're visiting just Amsterdam, then a train ride to The Hague would be totally worth it. Make a day of it and see the Escher Museum and the Photography Museum there as well.4 months ago
Very nice museum. We visited the Mondriaan exhibition and really liked it. Special mention for the very helpful and polite staff of the museum.a month ago
Absolutely stunning! I was there to see Mondriaan exhibition and it was absolutely worth it! Can't wait to go back!3 weeks ago
The building alone is worth a visit and exhibition s here are well put together. Staff are very visible and present, which can be off putting. Nice restaurant in the courtyard.2 months ago
Maya (8 years old) just loved the free Sunday art room they have available. You can leave your kid there for an hour while you browse the museum. In the basement they have a really fun looking scavenger hunt sort of game for older kids, with tablets they loan to players.4 months ago