Entrance fees
20/9/2014 t/m 1/3/2015
€ 12 (regular fee € 17)
2/3/2015 t/m 31/12/2015
€ 10.50 (regular fee €13.50)
ss Your vouchers are accepted.
Payment afterwards.
Combination tickets
A visit to the Gemeente­museum Den
Haag can easily be combined with one
to Escher in het Paleis. For just € 19 you
can enjoy both the royal surroundings of
Queen Emma’s former winter palace and
the inspiring modern art collection
in Berlage’s wonderful Art Deco
Admission times
The Gemeentemuseum Den Haag is
open: Tuesday – Sunday from 11 A.M. –
5 P.M. The adjacent GEM (Museum of
Modern Art) and the Hague Museum of
Photography have their own entrance
fees and are open Tuesday – Sunday
from 12 noon to 6 P.M. Touroperators are
welcome before opening hours
on request.
Free parking
Coach parking spaces are available in
front of the museum
and free of charge. Passengers can
be dropped off or collected in the
designated areas in front of the
Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.
The design of the Gemeente­museum
ensures easy access for people in
wheelchairs or using rolling walkers.
Wheelchairs are also available on loan
from the museum foyer. The museum
has a lift and this can be used to reach
the disabled toilet facilities, situated in
the basement.
Guided tours
For package tours, the Gemeente­
museum Den Haag offers (themed)
guided gallery tours in Dutch, English,
French and German.
We can heartily recommend the
lunchtime menu in Gember, the café /
restaurant of the adjacent GEM (Museum
of Modern Art) and The Hague Museum
of Photography. Those who love to
be surrounded by modern design will
definitely feel at ease at Gember.
To book a group reservation and/or
guide(s), please contact:
Marieke van Dijk
Phone + 31 (0) 70 338 11 20
Email: [email protected]
For more information, please contact:
Eva Bauermann
Phone: +31 (0)70 338 11 13
E-mail: [email protected]
Gemeentemuseum Den Haag    Stadhouderslaan 41, 2517 HV The Hague    www.gemeentemuseum.nl/en
The Gemeente­museum has a wide ranging collection:
from visual art to entire period rooms, from silver to
fashion, from Claude Monet to Marlene Dumas, from
John Galliano tot Mart Visser, from H.P. Berlage tot
W.H. Gispen. Because our collection consists of about
150.000 pieces, we’ve chosen to present you the
highlights of our permanent collection.
Mondrian & De Stijl
DelftWare WonderWare
Discover the Modern
With almost 300 works, the Gemeente­
museum’s Mondrian collection is the
largest in the world. It covers every
phase in the impressive career of this
master of modern art. Not many artists
have been so successful at constantly
reinventing themselves from the early
stages of their artistic development until
their death while maintaining a high
level of artistic quality in their work. The
enormous variety of work enables the
Gemeentemuseum to show to the public
the full scope of Mondrian’s artistic
development, from realistic to abstract.
The exhibition also contains his last
– unfinished – masterpiece, the Victory
Boogie Woogie (1942-1944), a monu­
ment to New York, the city that exudes
rhythm and unbridled vitality.
Dutch delftware is an iconic product
often regarded as a symbol of the
Netherlands’ seventeenth-century
Golden Age. As the owner of one the
biggest and best collections anywhere
in the world, the Gemeentemuseum Den
Haag is proud to display their collection.
DelftWare WonderWare will employ a
fascinating thematic approach to give
visitors a detailed picture of the Delft
pottery industry over the centuries.
The presentation will show that the
highly desirable oriental porcelain had
a major impact on Dutch domestic
interiors. A vast range of everyday and
ornamental objects became available,
both in Chinese porcelain and in
Delft faience.
A visit to the Gemeentemuseum Den
Haag is a wonderful day out. Berlage’s
dazzling Art Deco building and the
museum’s collection of top works by
iconic 20th-century artists like Pablo
Picasso, Wassily Kandinsky, Constant,
Francis Bacon and Louise Bourgeois
make it a unique destination. The
museum also possesses the greatest
collection of works by Piet Mondrian
anywhere in the world.
Gemeentemuseum Den Haag    Stadhouderslaan 41, 2517 HV The Hague    www.gemeentemuseum.nl/en