The Kröller-Müller Museum
The Kröller-Müller Museum nestles in 5,500 hectares of woods, heathland, grass plains, and shifting sand. It is famous for having the world’s second largest Van Gogh collection and prominent works by many acclaimed artists such as Pablo Picasso, Piet Mondrian, Claude Monet, Jan Toorop, and Georges Seurat. The combination of the charm of nature and the works of world-famous artists turn every visit into an unforgettable experience. The museum’s sculpture garden has more than 160 works by artists including Auguste Rodin, Marta Pan, Henry Moore, Richard Serra, and Jean Dubuffet.
Opening hours & prices
The museum is open to the public from Tuesday until Sunday (and public holidays) from 10.00 to 17.00 hrs.
The sculpture garden closes at 16.30.
The museum is located in the centre of National Park De Hoge Veluwe.
Day tickets (including admission to the Park)
Children up to 6 years: € free
Children 6-12 years: € 8,70
Adults: € 17,40
Students: € 13,05
Museum card holders adults: € 8,70*
Museum card holders up 6-12 years: € 4,35*
* Museum card holders have to pay only an entrance fee for the Park
Click here for group rates.
Adress & directions
How to get there by car?
From the A1, A50, and A12 motorways follow the signs for Park Hoge Veluwe/Kröller-Müller Museum. The Kröller-Müller Museum is located in National Park The Hoge Veluwe. There are three entrances to the Park; at Schaarsbergen ( Koningsweg 17), Hoenderloo ( Houtkampweg 13) and at Otterlo (Houtkampweg 9). Trucks and coaches can not enter the Park through the entrance at Schaarsbergen, near Arnhem. Instead one of the entrances at Hoenderloo or Otterlo must be used.
As the Otterlo entrance is the busiest one, we advise you to use the entrance at Schaarsbergen or Hoenderloo.
Parking is possible at the museum, but also near the porter's lodge of the Park. You can continue your journey by bicycle.
Car/motor in the Park (incl. parking): € 6,20
Parking outside the Park € 3,00
Parking fee coach: € 28,25
There are bus services from Apeldoorn and Ede/Wageningen train station every day throughout the year. Bus stops immediately adjoining the centre and the museum. Public transport travel information: 0900 9292 (euro 0,35 p.m.), or click here to plan your journey.