Groninger Museum

Opened in 1874, The Netherlands’ Groninger Museum is the most-visited art and history museum in its province. The post-modernist building that houses the museum is made of three main pavilions, each designed by a noted architect: Philippe Starck, Alessandro Mendini, and Coop Himmelb(l)au. In addition to the permanent collections that range from fashion to art to architecture, the museum has an ‘Info Center’ where visitors can use computers and watch films and documentaries to get all sorts of bonus information about the museum’s exhibits. The info center also has a lounging area where visitors can kick back and read any number of art magazines and periodicals the museum subscribes to. 

Kids will love the ‘Discovery Space’ and the ‘DIY Studio,’ which are bursting with cabinets and drawers to browse through, interact with, and create from. The studio is available to school groups during the week, and open workshops are hosted by the museum on the weekends.

Practical Info

The Museum is located close to the bus and railway station, and within easy walking distance of Groningen’s city center. Car parking is also close by, and some car parks may offer a discounted rate to museumgoers. All of the museum’s spaces are wheelchair accessible. 
Dirección: Museumeiland 1, 9711 ME, Groningen, The Netherlands, Países Bajos
Horario: Tuesday–Sunday and holidays, 10 a.m.–5 p.m
Entradas: € 13 adults; € 10 students; € 3 children
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