Yes, to visit the museum you have to purchase an online ticket in advance. It is not possible to purchase a ticket at the reception desk.
Yes, even if you have a Dutch Museumkaart or another type of valid membership card such as a Friends of Natuuurmuseum Brabant Card, a Brabants Landschap Kaart or an ICOM card, you still have to reserve a ticket online in advance. Your admission will free-of-charge, but the online ticket is required to reserve a date and time. You cannot be admitted to the museum without this reservation.
Yes, even if you have a voucher or you can show a membership card, it is still necessary to buy an admission ticket to the museum online in advance. This has to do with the number of available tickets per day / time.
Thank you very much for being a friend of the museum! Yes, even if you are a friend, you must reserve a date and time in advance via the online ticketing system.
Yes, the museum must register exactly how many people are in the building. There is a maximum number of visitors and children under the age of two are also counted.
We ask you to limit your visit to a stay of a maximum of three and a half hours.
You are still welcome. We ask you to determine in advance for yourself whether you find the risk associated with a visit to be acceptable. We are a family museum and have a relatively high percentage of families with children amongst our visitors.
Yes, cards and vouchers must be scanned. A ticket is not valid without the associated card.
No, in such cases we prefer you to come at another time. If necessary, contact Global Tickets to change your reserved date and time slot.
There is a one-way route that every visitor must follow. Protective screens are in place at the ticket desk, information desk and the shop. Disinfectant hand gel and/or handwipes are available at diverse locations within the museum. All visitors (except members of a single household) and staff are requisition to maintain a distance to each other of 1.5 metres. Museum staff will assist visitors in keeping to the rules. For comprehensive information about the implemented measures, see the website of Natuurmuseum Brabant /… ....
Yes, all exhibitions are open. Due to limits on the maximum number of visitors per gallery and restrictions due to hygiene requirements, not all activities are available. For example, activities involving straws, spectacles or other materials that come into contact with the face, are not allowed.
For the time being, we are admitting a maximum of 30 people per hour.
Yes, but with some adaptations. You may not select your own table: an employee will assign you a table and take your order. Here too, only contactless payment is possible.. The Museum Café is open from 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
No, this is not allowed. Baby food and special diet food from an exception.
Yes, the Museum Shop is open. There are some restrictions regarding the number of visitors in the shop and not all the products may be touched. See the guidelines at the entrance of the shop.
No, that's temporary not possible.
No, unfortunately this is not possible. Only contact free and card payments are possible.
No, unfortunately this is not allowed.
Yes, every webpage is secured by means of an SSL certificate (recognizable by "https: //"). When processing your payment, your encrypted data is protected by our partner Adyen. More information about secure payment and our partner Adyen can be found on the page https://www.adyen.com/our-solution.
After your order has been completed and payment received, you will receive a confirmation e-mail within a few minutes including your e-ticket(s) as PDF attachment(s). If, after a few hours, you have still not received an e-mail (please also check your spam or junk folder), please contact our customer service.
Preferably not. Your ticket can be scanned directly from your phone in the museum.
A ticket is valid for six months from the date of purchase.
Yes, but only in advance of your selected date. Please contact Global Tickets customer service for this. Unfortunately, refunds are not possible.
Because of the measures implemented to control the corona virus, Natuurmuseum Brabant is required to know how many visitors are in the museum.
The time slot indicates the time period in which you are welcome to enter the museum. Of course, you decide how long you want to stay in the museum.
Yes, you must buy a ticket in advance via the online ticketing system: https://tickets.natuurmuseumbrabant.nl/
Yes, Natuurmuseum Brabant is fun for everyone from 3 to 103 years old. There is a lot to experience and do, especially for children up to the age of 13. But we also have interesting exhibitions for adults.
This differs per family / visitor. From our data we see that an average visit lasts 3 hours. You decide how long you want to stay.
Spoorlaan 434, 5038CH Tilburg (opposite the main train station on the city centre side)
Covered parking is available in the Knegtel parking garage. You can purchase a discounted exit ticket for the garage at the museum shop. You pay €4.75 for 24 hours parking.
Yes, with a Dutch Museumkaart you can visit our museum for free. However, you must reserve an online ticket for date and time slot.
Disabled and blind people do not receive free admission. An accompanying attendant may enter for free. They must register at the museum ticket desk.
No, pets are unfortunately not allowed in the museum. Guide dogs for the blind and registered service dogs are allowed to enter.