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Museums

Rotterdam has its very own museum district called Museumpark where you can find the Kunsthal, Boijmans van Beuningen and NAi.

Note: all museums are closed on Mondays.

 

Kunsthal

The Kunsthal is a multi-exhibition center designed by the famous Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, exhibiting modern, conceptual, classical art and more. The Kunsthal is a great place for a full-art experience. It comprises five exhibition spaces in one building. Current exhibitions are listed on the website.

Westzeedijk 341, (010) 4400301, open Tue-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-5pm, entrance € 11,-/ students  € 8,-/ under 18:  € 4,-

 

Boijmans van Beuningen

This well-known museum has an elaborate art collection including surrealistic, design, modern and classical art with famous Rembrandt and Van Gogh paintings for instance. There is more than enough to see to spend half a day here!

Museumpark 18-20, (010) 4419400, open Tue-Sun 11am-5pm, entrance € 15,-/students € 7,50 (free entrance on Wednesdays)

 

NAi

The Dutch Institute of Architecture (NAi) houses different exhibitions which give you an introduction to both historical and contemporary architecture. Your ticket to the Nai will also allow admission to the Sonneveld Huis , which is located around the corner. It is the best preserved house inspired by the New Building philosophy (the Dutch branch of the International School of Modernism). It gives you a look at how a wealthy family would have lived in 1933 in an ultramodern house. It is also worthwhile to visit the NAi building at night to see the colored lighting outdoors below the banana shaped archive section.

Museumpark 25, (010) 4401200, open Tue-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-5pm, entrance € 10,-/ students € 6,50/ under 18: free

 

Nederlands Fotomuseum

Photos are art and this museum proves it! Discover the many faces of photography in the former Las Palmas warehouse. The museum shows an overview of different photography styles, so you can definitely spend a few hours here. Don’t forget to check out the great museum shop.

Wilhelminakade 332, (010) 2030405, open Tue- Fri 10am-5pm, Sat- Sun 11am-5pm, entrance € 9,-/ students € 4.50