5200 BA 's-Hertogenbosch
Getting to Den Bosch
's-Hertogenbosch (also known as Den Bosch) is centrally located in the Netherlands and is just one hour (by train or car) from Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam and Antwerp. You can get to the city from abroad easily by aeroplane. There are five airports with a radius of 100 kilometres. Het Noordbrabants Museum in the centre of 's-Hertogenbosch is just 30 minutes from Eindhoven Airport.
Getting to Het Noordbrabants Museum
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The museum is just 10 minutes' walk from the central station (Centraal Station 's-Hertogenbosch). Follow the signs to the Market and from there you will find signs to the Museum. Also, a small bus will bring you from the front of the taxi rank from 9am to 7pm.
Parking is available in the St. Jan car park [parkeergarage] (5 minutes' walk from the museum) and the Wolvenhoek garage (both open 24/7). You can also park in one of three Park & Rides (P+R or transferia) in 's-Hertogenbosch.
Please note: only permit holders may park in the streets around Het Noordbrabants Museum.
Short stay parking for coaches
Coaches can stop at the normal bus stop on the Parade to drop-off or pick-up visitors (max. wait, 15 minutes). The bus stop is just three minutes’ walk from the museum.
Long stay parking for coaches
Long stay parking is available at Transferium [park & ride] De Vliert or Parkeerterrein Treurenburg. They are suitable for a stay in the city of longer than four hours. There are also café and toilet facilities available for the driver.
Het Noordbrabants Museum is entirely accessible for visitors with a disability.
You will find a disability parking space in Verwersstraat in front of the entrance to the museum. Also, there are six disability parking spaces on the Parade (about 200 meters walk: see map).