Visiting address
Van Eesteren Museum
North side 31
1064 GV Amsterdam

Public Transport

With tram line 7, Sloterpark stop is the nearest tram stop. With tram line 13, the Burgemeester Rendorpstraat stop is the nearest tram stop. From both stops, it is approximately a 5-minute walk to the Van Eesteren Museum. Or take metro line 50 to the Jan van Galenstraat stop. From the stop, you can walk to the Van Eesteren Museum in about 10 minutes.

Car and parking
From the A10 ring road: exit S105, towards Geuzenveld. At Burgemeester Rendorpstraat, turn left. The museum is located in an extension of the street. Watch here current parking rates

By bike
From the center, you can cycle to the Van Eesteren Museum on the Sloterplas in 15 minutes.

Opening hours

The Van Eesteren Museum is open every Thursday to Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.

The museum will be closed on 1 January, 27 April, 1 July, 25 and 26 December.

Admission fees

Van Eesteren Museum€5.00
Walk around the neighborhood€12.50
Van Eesteren Museum House€12.50

We accept: Museum Card, ICOM Card, City Pass, Student Card. A discounted rate applies to walks and visits to the museum house.


We do everything we can to offer everyone a pleasant museum stay. Here you can find all the information about accessibility. If you have any questions, please contact

Van Eesteren Museum
A companion has free access to the Van Eesteren Museum per wheelchair user. This applies to both the museum and our activities. The companion does not have to reserve their own ticket. The use of registered service dogs is possible and permitted throughout the museum.

Van Eesteren Museum House
The museum house is not accessible with a wheelchair or scooter. The museum house has two floors with an indoor staircase. The entrance to the house, on the first floor, is only accessible via a small staircase. The house does not have a wheelchair-accessible toilet.

Light, Sky, Space
Light, Sky, Space
Light, Sky, Space


Do you want to visit the museum with a group of 15 people or more? We would like to hear this in advance so that we can ensure that your visit is completely satisfactory.

House rules

We want to present and protect our objects and exhibitions in the best possible way and ensure the quality of every visit. That is why we kindly ask you to respect our house rules.