Van Eesteren Museum reopend on June 10th!

Van Eesteren Museum, interior. Photograph: Luuk Kramer.

Van Eesteren Museum, interior. Photograph: Luuk Kramer.

On Thursday 10 June 2021, the Van Eesteren Museum reopend its doors to visitors. With the reopening, the museum has resumed its full programme. Visitors can once again in person and in real life visit the exhibitions in the pavilion, take walks in the outdoor museum, visit the museum house and participate in the various activities that are planned at the museum. Everything in accordance with the applicable corona regulations.

The reopening on June 10 was a happy moment for the museum, which has been closed since December 15, 2020 due to the measures against the corona virus. Director Van Eesteren Museum Anouk de Wit: ‘It is fantastic that we can open our doors again for visitors. The fact that since then the Dutch Museum Card is also valid in our museum made it extra festive. Everyone, from near or far, is very welcome again!’

Full programme
As of June 10, the museum resumed its full programme and is open as usual, every Thursday to Sunday from 12:00 to 17:00. Visitors can visit the exhibition We built this city on Rock and Roll in the Van Eesteren Pavilion, attend guided walks in Slotermeer and other parts of the city, visit the 1950s museum house and attend lectures.

Corona measures
The museum’s hygiene and corona measures as they have applied until now will remain in force. Until further notice and in line with government regulations. This includes time slots for the Van Eesteren Pavilion, a limited number of visitors who may be present at the same time and the mandatory reservation in advance of tickets via the website.
Read all corona measures of the museum (in Dutch) here prior to your visit.

Tickets and programme
Tickets for all activities of the programme are available through our website (see links below).
Most of the museum’s program is in Dutch. Some translations in English are available on handouts. Please inquire about the possibilities via