Museum Meermanno | Huis van het Boek
2514 AP Den Haag
Museum Meermanno is located on the Prinsessegracht across from the Malieveld, less than a kilometre from The Hague Central Station, a ten minute walk. You can also take tram 9 and get off aftere one stop at the 'Malieveld'. More information in www.htm.nl
By car you can use the parking garage Malieveld, Koningskade 1b, which is across the street from the museum.
The reading room is open by appointment only. In principle, it possible to consult all works in the collection in the reading room upon request. In a small number of cases (i.e. for extremely valuable or fragile works), we require a written request which will be evaluated by the curator.
Because the collection is stored at another location, there is no guarantee that a desired item can be made available immediately. You are therefore requested to submit a list of the works you wish to consult to the library department at least a week in advance of your visit. The reading room can be visited Tuesday through Friday, 11:00 - 12:30 and 13:00 – 16:45. To make an appointment and submit a list of the works you wish to consult, please contact us via +31 (0)70-3462700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday till Sunday from 11.00 till 17.00 hours.
The museum is closed on national holidays.
On appointment and for groups the museum can be visited at other times. Book: T 070-3462700. Email: email@example.com
Children (12 years and younger)
Friends/Benefactors of the Museum
Museum Card/ICOM Card
Members Rembrandt Association
Adults (19 years and older) € 9,50
Students and young people 13 - 18 years € 4,75
CJP/Ooievaarspas/Uitpas € 4,75
From 24 February until 21 May 2017 youth and young people (13-18 years) are specially invited to visit the exhibition ’Conn3ct'. Admission fee for them is free.
Museum Meermanno is accessible to wheelchair users and other visitors who need to avoid stairs. A basic wheelchair which needs to be pushed can be reserved via +31 (0)70-3462700.
In the museumcafé there is coffee and tea. Just a five minute walk away from the museum, you'll find several cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy lunch.