Parking spots for people with mobility issues
There are two parking spots for visitors with mobility issues near the main entrance at Stratumsedijk 2. For assistance, please call: +31 40 238 10 20.
Wheelchairs and walkers
The Van Abbemuseum is well accessible with wheelchairs, mobility scooters and walkers. The museum has two wheelchairs for visitor use. You can reserve the wheelchairs by sending an email to kassabalie[@]vanabbemuseum.nl.
Free entrance for supervisors
Access for supervisors of people with a disability is free, they can book their free ticket for cardholders in the online ticket shop.
The museum allowes service dogs fitted with a suitable harness.
Visitors can borrow folding chairs while visiting the museum. You can find these in the main entrance hall.
A loop system has been installed in the museum auditorium.
Guided tours and museum guides
For visitors who wish to have a conversation about the exhibition, a museum guide is available between noon and 4 pm. You can recognize the guide by the red button with a question mark. Museum guides also give free daily 30-minute mini tours: on Tuesdays through Saturdays at 12:30 and 2:30 pm and on Sundays at 2:30 pm. On Sundays, there is also a one-hour guided tour at 12. On the first Sunday of the month, this tour focuses on the museum's architecture. Participation is free of charge in combination with a valid museum ticket, reservations are not required. Read more about tours.guided tours
Unlimited Van Abbe tours
The Unlimited Van Abbe programme consists of guided tours for everyone who is curious: whether you are blind or partially sighted, deaf or hard of hearing, or are dealing with aphasia or Alzheimer's disease. View calendar for upcoming tours.
When you don’t have the possibility to visit the museum physically, you can still view the collection presentation with the help of our museum robot. For more information about the museum robot, click here.