The museum is situated in the middle of National Park De Hoge Veluwe. National Park De Hoge Veluwe and Kröller-Müller Museum are two independent organisations that preserve the legacy of the Kröller-Müller couple. Each is responsible for its own management and income.
In order to reach the museum, you need to make use of the infrastructure of National Park De Hoge Veluwe (roads/bicycle paths, free white bicycles, ticket office facilities). For this reason museum visitors also pay an entrance fee for the park
Day tickets 2014
(Combined ticket for Park and museum)
Children up to 6 years: free
Children 6-12 years: € 8.70
Adults: € 17,40
Car/motor in the Park (incl. parking): € 6.20
Parking outside the Park € 3.00
Parking fee coach: € 28.25
10% discount for more than 20 people
Tip: you can also purchase your ticket online
Museumkaart valid for admission to the Kröller-Müller Museum, not to the Park. Visitors have to pay an entrance fee for the Park: adults € 8.70, 6-12 € 4.35.
ICOM card and membershipcard Vereniging Rembrandt: no admittance fee for museum and park. You do need to purchase a ticket for the park, but the full amount will be reimbursed by the porter of the museum. From 2 January 2014, you no longer need to buy a Park ticket first.
Student cards and university IDs provide a 50% discount on admission to the museum. Students will not receive a discount on admission to the park. From 2 January, students with a Student card and university IDs pay € 13.05.
Special prices primary and secundary education
Please note: groups have to announce their visit in advance: email@example.com