The National Maritime Museum is open again. This page provides information about the adjusted opening hours and ticket sales in connection with the coronavirus.
The National Maritime Museum is open again. The safety of our visitors and staff is paramount. In order to safeguard it, each visitor must reserve a date and starting time prior to the museum visit. Additionally, we have changed our opening hours for 2020: between June 15th and December 31st 2020, we will be open daily between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., with the exception of Christmas Day.
Note! From 1 September to 31 December 2020, the museum is open 6 days a week from 10:00 to 17:00. The museum will then be closed on Mondays (except school holidays) and on Christmas Day.
|7 days per week|
|15 June – 31 August 2020||10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.|
|1 September - 31 December 2020 - closed on Mondays||10.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.|
|cafe/restaurant, 15 June – 31 August 2020||10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.|
|museum shop, 15 June – 31 August 2020||10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.|
|library: open Monday through Friday (til 31 August) *||10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.|
The National Maritime Museum is always closed on:
- King’s Day – 27th of April
- Christmas Day – 25th of December
- New Year’s Day – 1st of January
Ticket with starting time required
In accordance with the guidelines from the central government, visits to The National Maritime Museum from June 1st will only be possible with an online entry ticket displaying the starting time for the museum visit. This will ensure a proper spread of visitors throughout the day. All visitors must reserve a starting time in advance, even if you already have a ticket, a Museumkaart, or a BGL-VIP card. The starting times are available on the museum website.
|children 3 and under||free, reservation starting time always mandatory|
|children 4 - 17||€ 8,00|
|adults 18 and up||€ 16,50|
|members VNHSM & HCF||free, reservation starting time always mandatory|
|Museumkaart, ICOM card, I Amsterdam City Card holders, Amsterdam Pass||free, reservation starting time always mandatory|
|Holland Pass ticket holders, Rembrandt Society members||free, reservation starting time always mandatory|
In accordance with the guidelines from the central government, we will not be welcoming groups for now, unless they share the same household. A household means: people who conduct a household together or form a social unit, such as a family, partners, or housemates.
The National Maritime Museum is accessible for people with disabilities. All exhibitions and facilities can be reached by lift. The East Indiaman Amsterdam is partiallly accessible by a special lift. Visitors who are unable to independently navigate through the museum may bring one companion with them for free. However, the companion must book an online ticket (free of charge) with a start time.
Take a look at the map of the National Maritime Museum.
empty cell phone? charge it at the museum!
Is your mobile phone in need of electricity at the National Maritime Museum? In the north-west corner of the Open Pleyn you will find a charging column in which you can safely charge you phone for €1,-. Attention! Your debit card is also the key to open the safe with your telephone. Do not put this inside the safe!