Het Noordbrabants Museum is the museum for art, history and culture in the heart of Den Bosch. Stroll through our 18th-century palace halls, marvel at masters from Brabant such as Jan Sluijters and Vincent van Gogh. Discover international masterpieces and young talented makers, or dive into the story of Brabant. With over 5,000 square meters of exhibition space, a restaurant, museum shop and beautiful courtyard, there is always something new to discover. See you soon!
Verwersstraat 41, 5211HT 's-Hertogenbosch
Postbus 1004, 5200 BA 's-Hertogenbosch
|Telephone number||+31(0)73-6877 877|
|Telephone number group visits/reservations||+31(0)73-6877 820|
How do you get to the museum?
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Het Noordbrabants Museum is in the city centre of ’s-Hertogenbosch, roughly a 10-minute walk from the Central Station. If walking from Central Station, start by following the signs for Markt. The museum is signed from this central point (route map). From the station, you can catch bus number 11 and alight at the Zuidwal/Spinhuiswal stop. From there, the museum is around a 5-minute walk.
We recommend parking in the brand-new Sint-Jan multistorey car park at Hekellaan 25. This car park is around a 10-minute walk from the museum and is open 24 hours a day. There is also 24-hour parking in the Wolvenhoek multistorey. The city also has three Park + Ride facilities.
Parking in the streets around Het Noordbrabants Museum is for permit-holders only. There are also a handful of disabled parking spaces in the vicinity of the museum.
Bicycles can be securely parked, free of charge, in the Wolvenhoek bicycle park (right next door to the museum) or a little further away in the Kerkstraat bicycle park. Please do not park your bicycle outside the entrance to the museum.