The museum receives approximately 300,000 visitors every year. It is especially busy during the high season. House rules are necessary to protect the often fragile works of art we exhibit, so that future generations may also enjoy them.
The Kröller-Müller Museum management and staff welcome you to the museum. Please observe the following 10 house rules.
- It is not allowed to touch the works of art in the building and garden, unless specifically mentioned.
- When visiting the museum, backpacks, large bags and umbrellas must be handed in at the cloakroom, to prevent (accidental) damage to the works of art.
- It is not allowed to make photographs using a flashlight or a tripod.
- It is not allowed to eat and drink in the exhibition rooms. Brought along food may not be eaten in the museum restaurant. This is however possible in the lounge/cloakroom of the museum.
- Smoking is prohibited in the entire museum, including the restaurant.
- Writing and drawing is allowed in the museum rooms, but only using pencil, coloured pencil or ballpoint. It is not allowed to write against the walls. It is only allowed to sit on the ground if the situation (number of visitors) allows it.
- Running, playing around, and yelling are not allowed.
- Guided tours are allowed to groups of maximally 20 people, to keep the often small museum rooms accessible to other visitors.
- Groups with an average age of 18 years or younger must be accompanied by an adult.
- Instructions by the staff must be observed.