Kijkdag Benefietveiling Rabobank voor Museum Kranenburgh: zaterdag 19 september | 12:00-16:00 uur

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Buy tickets online

Museum Kranenburgh uses time slots. You can buy a ticket via the button below. If you visit Museum Kranenburgh without reservations, it is possible to purchase a ticket for the next available time slot at our counter. You may have to wait for a while.

The following still applies: stay at home with colds, fever and/or shortness of breath. Do not visit the museum if you or someone from your household has (cold) complaints. You can see which complaints are involved via the RIVM website. You are very welcome again if you are free of complaints for at least 24 hours.

The 1.5 meter rule applies throughout the museum. The routing in the museum helps you with this. 


If you only want to visit the museum café, the sculpture garden or the museum shop, you will need to be in possession of a valid admission ticket. Buy this online and book your date and time slot.


Opening times

Tuesday — Sunday from 10:30 am to 5 pm

Closed: Mondays, 1 January,  27 April (King’s Day), 25 December (Christmas Day)

Additional opening times: Easter Monday, Ascension Day and Pentecost Monday

Ticket prices

Adults: € 12,50
Children 0 – 16 years old: free
Student Pass, CJP Pass: € 2,50
Museum Card, ICOM Card, Rembrandt Pass, Kranenburgh Friends Pass: free
Music and theatre performances: from € 10

Getting there & Parking

How to get there, click here.

Parking at Museum Kranenburgh is limited. Other parking options are available nearby (paid parking). Please use these other parking options during extra activities at the museum. 

Public Transportation
Museum Kranenburgh is easily accessible by public transportation.
From the Alkmaar Train Station, take bus line no. 166 in the direction of Bergen, bus stop ‘Plein’. You can also rent a bicycle at the train station.

The museum is completely accessible to wheel chair users. The original building and the new wing are both provided with elevators. Guide dogs are permitted.

Photo Luuk Kramer