A Great Museum in Central City Utrecht!
If you want to see it all – old Dutch art, amazing fashion, modern art, design and historical facts of the city – then the Centraal Museum Utrecht is the place to be for you. This city, located in the heart of the Netherlands, has brought forth a lot of talented artists, and they are all exhibited at the Centraal Museum.
Have a look at design classics, such as the famous Red and Blue Chair by Gerrit Rietveld or walk through the collection of old Dutch masterpieces. The museum hosts a huge collection of paintings from the time of the Utrecht Caravaggism. Art and culture for every taste.
|LOCATION||Agnietenstraat 1, Utrecht|
|OPENING HOURS||Tuesday – Sunday: 11:00 – 17:00 h|
|PUBLIC TRANSPORT||Bus 2 (circle line Museumkwartier district)|
From railway station Vaartsche Rijn, it is approximately a 10 minute walk.
From railway station Utrecht Centraal, it is approximately a 20 minute walk
|BEST TIME TO VISIT||All day|
|TICKET TYPE||Printed ticket|
The tour is focused on the presentation of the collection and the architecture, on a special part of the collection, or on a special exhibition. The tours can be conducted in English or Dutch. Tours are for groups of a minimum of 10 and maximum of 20 persons and last one hour. The fee is € 80 excluding museum admission. For a guided tour in another language than Dutch an additional fee of € 15,- will be charged.
A charming feature of the Centraal Museum is the maze-like nature of the building. At times this can, however, be at odds with its accessibility, especially for people using wheelchairs. Don’t hesitate to ask the staff to assist you.
- The collection of the Centraal Museum contains more than 50,000 objects and is very sided
- Nijntje museum and Rietveld Schröderhuis are part of the Centraal Museum Utrecht