The collection under construction
Please note: during spring 2017 the collection display will be changed. Floor by floor, the exhibition The Collection Now will make room for a new series of collection exhibitions. During the change over from one floor, the other floors will remain open to visitors; there will still be more than enough to see. Besides, more exhibitions will be on show in other parts of the museum, for example the solo exhibition by Qiu Zhijie in the old building. You can find more information here.
|Museum Opening Hours|
|Tuesday to Sunday||11.00 - 17.00|
|Thursday||11.00 - 21.00 (on 25 May the museum will close at 17:00)|
|Library Opening Hours|
|Tuesday to Friday||11.00 - 17.00|
The museum is closed on 1 January (New Year's Day), 27 April (King's Day) and 25 December (Christmas Day).
The library is closed on 1 January (New Year's Day), 27 April (King's Day), Ascension Day and the following Friday, the month of August and during Christmas (25 and 26 December).
|Adults||€ 12,- p.p.|
|Children under 13 years of age||free|
|Students||€ 6,- p.p.|
|Eindhoven city pass (stadspas)||€ 6,- p.p.|
|Groups of 10 or more||€ 9,- p.p.|
|Holders 'Voordeel met je Biebpas'||€ 9,- p.p.|
|Holders of Museumkaart / Rembrandt pas / BankGiro Loterij VIP card||free|
|Members of CIMAM/ICOM||free|
|Friends of the Van Abbemuseum||free|
|Family pass (2 adults & max. 3 children until 18 years)||€ 18,-|
The Van Abbemuseum is wheelchair accessible. Next to the main entrance there are 2 parking-places for disabled visitors. Next to the back entrance (Stratumsedijk 2) there are 2 additional parking-places for disabled visitors.
For assistance, please call: +31 (0)40 238 10 00.
Accessibility for people with visual disabilities
People with visual disabilities and their guide dogs are welcome in the museum. Supervisors for the visually impaired have free entrance. Every second Sunday of the month there is a free Special Guests guided tour for the blind and visually impaired at 2 p.m., when visitors can touch the works of art, which come to life, for example, by using special sensory replicas and small reproductions of paintings and sculptures accompanied by smells, music and literature.
Accessibility for people with auditory disabilities
Every first Sunday of the month there is a free Special Guests guided tour in sign language at 2 p.m., led by a deaf guide