The Nederlands Fotomuseum is temporarily closed. The Fotomuseum follows the new measures against the spread of the corona virus. More info
Tues. to Sun. : 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The museum is also open (11 a.m. - 5 p.m.) on
Easter Monday, Liberation Day, Ascension Day, Whit Monday and Boxing Day.
The museum closes at 4 p.m. on
Sinterklaas Eve (December 5), Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve.
The Museum is closed on
New Year's Day, Kings Day (April 27) and Christmas Day
Las Palmas Building
3072 AR Rotterdam
Public Transport from Rotterdam Central Station
- Tram: 20, 23, or 25; stop Wilhelminaplein
- Metro/Underground: lijn D of E (direct connection to The Hague CS); station Wilhelminaplein; exit Stationshal
- Bus: 50; stop Wilhelminaplein
Nederlands Fotomuseum is accessible for the disabled. The exhibitions at the ground floor and in the basement can be visited on your own. For the exhibition on the first floor you will need the assistance of our staff at the front desk to access the elevator. The museum is equipped with a disabled accessible toilet and a wheelchair is available for visitors. Please make a reservation beforehand by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Companions of wheelchair users get a 50% discount on the admission tickets.
Preventing the spread of coronavirus
The Nederlands Fotomuseum attaches great importance to the safety of our visitors. We take extra care of the hygiene in relation to the coronavirus covid-19, and pay extra attention to the health of the visitors and employees. We follow the instructions of RIVM and the Municipal Public Health Service (GGD). Read more
Parking facilities can be found in the immediate vicinity of the museum. Payment can be done with Chip Card or Credit Card in P1 World Port Center or QPark De Rotterdam. Cash payment is accepted at the carpark World Port Center (P3)
Stop: Hotel New York (2 min walk)
The Watertaxi leaves from Leuvehaven and Veerhaven.
The parking facilities between Hotel New York and the museum have several parking spaces for disabled persons. The museum does not have any private parking spots.