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Kunstmuseum Den Haag
Stadhouderslaan 41
2517 HV Den Haag

Postal address

Kunstmuseum Den Haag
P.O. Box 72
2501 CB Den Haag
The Netherlands


Kunstmuseum Den Haag is in the Statenkwartier neighbourhood, and is easily accessible by public transport, car and bike.

By public transport
From The Hague Central Station: bus 24 in the direction 'Kijkduin' or tram 16 in the direction 'Statenkwartier'; get off at stop 'Kunstmuseum/Museon'.

From Hollands Spoor trainstation: tram 16 in the direction 'Statenkwartier'; get off at the stop 'Kunstmuseum/Museon'.

For more information about public transport, please visit:
Dutch National Railways -
Hague Public Transport -
National Travel Advice / Planner

By car
From the Utrechtsebaan (A4 and A12) follow signs to 'Kijkduin', then to the 'Kunstmuseum'.

By bike
There is bike parking outside the neighbouring Museon. Folding bikes may not be brought into the museum. 


  • The museum and museum shop accept all common credit cards. You may also pay by bank card. 

  • You can buy a Museumkaart (annual museum pass giving free entry to many of the Netherlands’ museums, previously known as Museumjaarkaart) at the ticket office, price € 59.90 each for adults and €32.45 for children up to the age of 18.

  • For the latest information on opening times, please visit our visitor information page

  • Kunstmuseum Den Haag closes at 17.00. Our neighbours KM21 and The Hague Museum of Photography close at 18.00. Special open evenings are announced on our visitor information page.

  • The museum has excellent wheelchair and rollator access. There are no obstacles such as door sills.

  • Yes, photography is permitted subject to certain restrictions. You may not use a flash or a tripod.

  • There are no audiotours or multimedia tours available at the moment. It is however possible to listen to audiotours on our Kunstmuseum app.

  • No, unfortunately the museum shop is inside the building and is not accessible for non-visitors. 

  • Our Grand Café can accommodate approx. 180 visitors. For more information on cafés and restaurants at and near the museum, see our visitor information page. 

  • The museum has a cloakroom which visitors may use free of charge. Large bags and rucksacks must be checked in. You may also one of our lockers, which are operated by a 2 euro coin (returned after use).

  • The disabled access toilet is in the basement, and is accessible by lift. 

If you have any further questions, please mail them to