Museum De Lakenhal is temporarily closed
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Museum De Lakenhal temporarily closed

Due to corona measures, Museum De Lakenhal is closed. All planned activities are postponed until further notice.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

online tickets only

Museum De Lakenhal is open. You are more than welcome! Time slots are introduced to optimise the spread of visitors. Therefore visiting the museum is only possible with online tickets. This also applies to Museumkaart and other memberships. Unfortunately, ad hoc visits are not possible until further notice.

Any questions? Please look at our frequently asked questions. If those don’t offer the answer you are looking for, please feel free to send an email to info@lakenhal.nl.

Tickets

Opening hours

Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm
We are closed on the following days:

  • 1 January
  • 27 April
  • 3 October from 1 pm (free entry 10 am - 1 pm)
  • 25 December

Admission prices

  • Adults €12.50
  • Free admission for: Children and young people under 18, Museumkaart, Vriendenvereniging VBL, Lucas van Leyden Mecenaat, American Friends of Museum De Lakenhal, Vereniging Rembrandt, ICOM and BankGiro Loterij VIP.
  • In line with the national measures concerning the coronavirus group visits with 15 people or more are currently not possible. Keep an eye on the group visit page for the most up-to-date information.

Address and directions

Oude Singel 32
2312 RA Leiden

Public Transport
Museum De Lakenhal is situated 10 minutes by foot from Leiden Central Station. Plan your route via Google Maps. • Car
The nearest car park is Lammermarkt Car Park. You can buy a parking ticket at a reduced rate. Select the date, entry and exit time and parking lot Lammermarkt. Staying a bit longer? You can pay extra in the parking garage.

There is a parking space available in front of the museum for people in possession of a disability card. Read more about the accessibility of Museum De Lakenhal

During your visit

Additional measure
Do not visit the museum if you have a cold. We’ll see you again when you are all better. Wear a face mask in the museum if you are 13 years or older. We will provide additional cleaning of contact points and touch surfaces, such as door handles, toilets, taps, lockers and ATMs. Inside the museum, there are several places where you can find disinfecting hand gels. We also provide gloves. And our employees also have other protective equipment at their disposal.
Floor plan
Curious about the layout of the museum? Download the floor plan to help you prepare your visit. There is a special floor plan available for people using a mobility aid.
Activities
In line with the national COVID measures Museum De Lakenhal organise currently no public activities. Keeep an ey on the activities overview for the most current information.
L@kenhal app
Experience Museum De Lakenhal with the brand new L@kenhal app! You can use the app to find background information about our collection and the exhibits in the museum – before, during and after your visit. The app is free to download and available for both iOS and Android. Headphones and mobile devices are not available.
Viewing tips
Less than half a minute: that is the average time museum visitors look at an artwork. Are you curious to find out what it is like to take more time to view the exhibits in the museum? We have prepared a special floor plan that includes a number of viewing tips and a small sketching exercise, developed together with art editor Wieteke van Zeil, available at the information desk. After all, when you draw something, it helps you to focus your attention!
Museum shop
The museum shop is located in the museum foyer. It is the perfect place for exclusive gifts, books or to find a reminder of your visit.
Café Laken
Café Laken is open as Café Laken To Go.
Accessibility
Museum De Lakenhal is accessible to visitors with specific needs. Read more about the accessibility and facilities of Museum De Lakenhal.