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Leonardo Da Vinci has ended.
Frans Hals and the Moderns. Hals meets Manet, Singer Sargent, Van Gogh s still on show until 24 February.
You can order tickets here.

More than 55,000 visitors - Do not miss it!

Frequently asked questions

1. Online ticket sales and entrance

2. Exhibitions and activities

  • When are the museums open?

    Teylers Museum and the Frans Hals Museum are open from Tuesday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and additionally on Monday 15 and Monday 22 October (autumn holidays), Monday 24 and Monday 31 December (Christmas holidays), Boxing Day (26 December) and New Year’s Day (1 January).

  • Can I walk from Teylers Museum to the Frans Hals Museum?

    Yes. It takes around 9 minutes from Teylers Museum the Frans Hals Museum’s Hof (62 Groot Heiligland). Hal (in Grote Markt) is only 5 minutes’ walk. The Frans Hals and the Moderns exhibition is in the Frans Hals Museum’s Hof.

  • Can I book a guided tour?

    If your group wants to take part in extra activities in (one of) the museums we advise you not to order tickets online, but to contact or

3. Disabled Access

  • Is the museum accessible to disabled people?

    You can park cars with a disabled parking permit free throughout Haarlem in normal parking places for the disabled and in parking spaces. Permits are not valid in private car parks.

    Most of the Frans Hals Museum is easily accessible with a wheelchair. We have a number of (non-motorized) wheelchairs in house. Phone +31(0) 23 511 5775 and we will be pleased to arrange one for you.

    Teylers Museum is also accessible to visitors with reduced mobility. There are two non-motorized wheelchairs available. Special rules apply for motorized wheelchairs: petrol-driven wheelchairs are not permitted. Driving at walking pace is obligatory.

    You can call at 18 Spaarne. There is a disabled parking space in front of the museum, although we cannot guarantee that it is always be available. De Appelaar car park, near the museum, has parking spaces for the disabled. People who need assistance to visit the museum may be accompanied by one companion at no charge.

5. Personal information

6. Contact