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QUESTIONS SURROUNDING THE CORONAVIRUS?
Take a look at the frequently asked questions, the new house rules and all precautionary measures. Is your question not included? Then feel free to contact us on info@vanabbemuseum.nl or +31 40 238 1000 (available Mon - Fr 9 am to 5 pm).

For a visit to the museum, you need a Coronavirus entry pass and a valid ID.

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Online Tickets
Currently, we recommend a pre-booked ticket with a time slot. That way, the arrival of visitors is spread over the day. Once inside there is no limit to the length of your stay. Please have your ticket, discount card, Coronavirus entry pass and ID ready upon arrival for a smooth process when tickets are scanned.
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Visit or tour with robot
Even if you do not see any possibilities to visit the museum physically - due to a physical limitation or because of the corona virus - you can still view the collection presentation with the help of a museum robot. This controllable robot makes it possible to experience the museum and art from your own environment. At the start of the robot visit after you’re logged in, you will be welcomed by one of our English speaking hosts in the museum. A more extensive tour that includes an explanation of the artworks is also a possibility.
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Children's Art Club - every child an artist
Viewing and making art for children from 6 to 12 years. Every meeting of the Children's Art Club is guided by museum teachers and every week there is a different subject. There is a group limit of 10 children. The costs are € 6,- per child.
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Unforgettable Van Abbe
Tour for people with Alzheimer and their caregivers. The Onvergetelijk Van Abbe programme consists of interactive tours in the museum. Looking at art in an interactive way offers people who are dealing with Alzheimer's disease the opportunity to express themselves and to engage in a dialogue with their environment. Special about this programme is that it not only leads to an improvement in the quality of life of the person with Alzheimer's disease, but it also has positive effects on the caregiver and the relationship between them. Furthermore the museum offers a safe and inspiring environment to get in touch with peers. During the programme the focus lays on the positive, creative and inspiring, not the disease.
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Radically Mine
How do young people feel about our colonial past? And what role do tradition, identity, culture and family play in their lives? The students will explore these questions and created artworks, inspired by the collection of the Van Abbemuseum. Their works and statements are an impressive enrichment of the story presented in other exhibitions in the museum. Just like last year, the subtitle of this 13th edition is 'Who we are'. Participating students and teachers from these schools can book a free ticket. Strabrecht College, Geldrop / Augustinianum, Eindhoven / Jeroen Bosch College, Den Bosch / Montessori College, Eindhoven / Summa College Fashion, Eindhoven / Summa Collega Zorg en Welzijn, Eindhoven / Sint-Joriscollege, Eindhoven / De Berkenschutse, Heeze / Carolus Borromeus College, Helmond / Rythovius College, Eersel / WereDi, Valkenswaard / Peellandcollege, Deurne / Gymnasium Bernrode, Heeswijk-Dinther.
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Spraakmakend Van Abbe
With Spraakmakend Van Abbe we offer interactive tours for people with aphasia. Every person uses language. When one or more parts of the language spectrum no longer function properly as a result of brain injury, this is called aphasia. EXPRESSION WITHOUT LANGUAGE Mijke Ulrich, experience expert and social worker, and art historian Jenneke Lambert developed the Spraakmakend Van Abbe-tours together. Participants will look at art together and are given the opportunity to express themselves without using language. With a focus is on a positive, creative and inspiring experience, Mijke describes the tour as ‘open your heart’. The visit ends with a joint conversation and a cup of tea or coffee. The tour is free, excluding museum admission. One companion per person can enter for free. Please note: this tour is in Dutch.
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Tour in sign language
Every other month, our tour guide will give a free tour in sign language through one of the exhibitions in the museum. These tours take place on the first Sunday of these months, at 14:00. Participation tour is free for all visitors with an entrance ticket for the museum. Regular entrance fees apply.

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