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VISITOR INFORMATION

OPENING HOURS

Museum De Lakenhal
  • Tuesday - Friday: 10 AM - 5 PM
  • Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 12 AM - 5 PM
exhibition Destroyed House Leiden
  • Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays: 12 - 5 PM (10 July - 6 September 2015)
  • closed on monday till Thursday
  • Admission: free
  • Address: Lammermarkt 25-31, Leiden
exhibition Global Imaginations
  • Wednesday - Sunday: 12-6 PM (til 4 October 2015)
  • closed on Mondays and Tuesdays
  • Admission: € 7,50
  • Address: De Meelfabriek, Oosterkerkstraat 18, Leiden

The museum is closed on

  • Mondays
  • 1 January
  • King's Day (26 April 2014)
  • 25 December

On 3 October, entrance to Museum De Lakenhal is free of charge between 10:00 - 13:00, because of the celebration of The Relief of Leiden. The museum is closed the rest of the day.

ADMISSION

  • Adults aged 19 - 65: € 7,50
  • CJP and aged over 65: € 4,50
Attention: seperate ticket needed for the exhibition Global Imaginations in De Meelfabriek, for purchase on location.
  • Adults 19 years and older: € 7,50
  • Museum Pass not valid

free admission for:

  • visitors under 18
  • annual Museum Pass holders (not valid for exhibition Global Imaginations in De Meelfabriek)
  • ICOM pass holders
  • friends of the museum

TICKETS

Tickets are available at the cash desk in the entrance hall of the museum. A reservation is not necessary, apart from group visits.

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ADRESS AND DIRECTIONS

Oude Singel 32 2312 RA Leiden

The car park at the Lammermarkt is not accessible until 2017. Please park at the car park Morspoort.

parking information

The museum is a 10-minute walk from Leiden Central Station.

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FACILITIES

FREE AUDIO GUIDE

Learn more about the masterpieces in Museum De Lakenhal? Use the free English-spoken audio guide.

MUSEUM SHOP

The museum shop is located in the entrance hall of Museum De Lakenhal. The shop is the place to go for exclusive gifts, books or token of your visit to the museum.

COFFEE AND TEA

The entrance hall of the museum is the place to sit down and take your time for coffee or tea.

VISITORS WITH DISABILITIES

All public areas of the museum are wheelchair accessible. A small number of wheelchairs and walkers are available at reservation. For crowd and security reasons, mobility scooters are not allowed. For people unable to move through the museum by themselves, one companion is allowed to enter the museum free of charge.