Plan your visit
Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Except during erection and dismantling of exhibitions.
Opening hours during holidays
Kunsthal KAdE will be closed on King's Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. On December 5, 24 and 31, Kunsthal KAdE will close one hour earlier.
On Easter Sunday, Easter Monday, Ascension Day, Pentecost Sunday, Whit Monday and Boxing Day, we are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In addition to the exhibition at Kunsthal KAdE, an installation by Hans Op de Beeck can be seen at the Elleboogkerk. Especially for this location, Hans Op de Beeck is creating a winter water landscape. In his work, water stands both literally and figuratively for "reflection": reflecting, contemplating, contemplating. This installation is separate from the exhibition at Kunsthal KAdE and can be visited in conjunction with the exhibition and separately. See below for entrance fees.
Monday through Sunday from 9:30-17 a.m.
More about the KAdECafé
Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
More about the KAdEShop
Regular ticket prices for the exhibition are as shown in the schedule below. Tickets can be purchased at the box office and online.
|Museum card* (not valid in the Elbow Church)
|Ticket Elbow Church (museum card not valid)
|Students / CJP
|Library cardholders Eemland
|ICOM / AICA / press
** upon presentation of valid identification
Address and route advice
The visiting address of Kunsthal KAdE is Eemplein 77 (Eemkwartier district) in Amersfoort. Plan your route with Google Maps. Parking is available under the Eemhuis in parking garage Eemplein.
We Are Public
Kunsthal KAdE is a partner of We Are Public. We Are Public members can use their pass to visit exhibitions and activities at the Kunsthal on specific dates. Check the program of We Are Public.
The Eemhuis and Kunsthal KAdE are wheelchair-friendly. There is an elevator in the building that allows you to reach all floors. It is also possible to reserve a wheelchair. You can call 033 422 50 30 to do so.
For those with walking difficulties, we have special museum chairs available. These are set up at the beginning of the exhibition and you can use them during your visit.
Photography (without flash) is allowed in the art hall. Taking a selfie (without flash) is also allowed, nice if you tag us on social media via @kunsthal_kade_amersfoort. Due to the risks of damaging works of art and injuring visitors, taking photos / selfies with a so-called selfie stick is not allowed.
The team of Kunsthal KAdE welcomes you to the art hall. Please observe our house rules. View terms and conditions here.
Join an entry-level tour or book a tour of the exhibition.
Take your class on a visit to Kunsthal KAdE!
Families and children are welcome at Kunsthal KAdE!
Come experiment and create in the KAdEStudio!
Art books, magazines, postcards, design items, gadgets and jewelry.
The KAdECafé is the place on Eemplein for a good cappuccino or cup of tea, with or without cake.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is there to see now?
The exhibition 4 National Collections & Hans Op de Beeck will be on display at Kunsthal KAdE from January 27, 2024.
What are your opening hours?
We are open Tuesday through Sunday from 10am-17pm.
Are you open during holidays?
Yes, the art hall is open on Easter Sunday, Easter Monday, Ascension Day, Pentecost Day and Christmas Day from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed: King's Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. On December 5, 24 and 31, Kunsthal KAdE closes one hour earlier.
I have mobility problems, can I visit your museum?
The Eemhuis and Kunsthal KAdE are wheelchair-friendly. There is an elevator in the building that allows you to reach all floors. It is also possible to reserve a wheelchair. You can call 033 422 50 30 to do so. Only the KAdEStudio is currently not accessible by wheelchair. For those with mobility problems we have special museum chairs available. These are set up at the beginning of the exhibition and can be used during your visit.
Can I buy tickets at the box office?
It is not mandatory to purchase a ticket online. You can also purchase a ticket directly at the box office prior to your visit.
I still want to buy a ticket online, where can I do that?
On the left side of the menu bar you will find the option 'order tickets'. You can pay with IDEAL. NOTE: if you did not receive a confirmation email after purchase please also check your junk email.
Is it necessary to print the e-ticket(s)?
There is no need to print your e-ticket(s). Scanning the ticket can be done either from a cell phone or from the printed ticket.
I bought a ticket online, but want to cancel it or move it to another day or time, is that possible?
Refunds are unfortunately not possible.
I am looking for practical information (address, route, entrance fees)?
On the left side of the menu bar you will find the option "Plan your visit," there you will find practical information.
I have a question about (booked) tours, group visits or events.
Can the KAdEStudio be visited?
The KAdEStudio is a regular feature of Kunsthal KAdE's exhibitions, offering visitors of all ages the space to reflect, share and create in response to the exhibition. Temporarily, the KAdEStudio is not accessible by wheelchair.
When is the KAdECafé open?
The KAdECafé is open Monday through Sunday from 9:30-17 a.m. You can go there for coffee, lunch or drinks.
Is the KAdEShop open?
The KAdEShop Is open (Tues-Sun from 10am-17pm). Closed during set-up and take-down of exhibitions.
I still have a question, how can I best reach you guys?
Through social media and/or by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org