Plan your visit
The museum will be open from 10.00 – 17.00 daily.
Please note: you will need to book your ticket in advance.Tickers
Before your visit
You should stay at home if you are feeling unwell. The museum follows the government guidelines in this.
Good no know
The Tonijn submarine and the Tower, along with its historical collection, will be open to visitors on a daily basis. The same is true of the Ordnance Repair shop, provided we have enough attendants on that day.
Sadly, both the Abraham Crijnssen and Schorpioen museum ships will not be open every day to the public and the bridge of the Ruyter ship will remain closed for the time being.
In the museum
The museum has taken every precaution to ensure the health and safety of its visitors and staff.
We will be working exclusively with an online reservation system to control the number of visitors to the museum. This means you will need to book your visit in advance even if you are in the possession of a ticket or if you have a Museumkaart/Bankgiro Loterij VIP card/Defence Privilege card.
Good to know:
- You will only be able to visit the museum after booking a time slot on a certain date.
- You should not visit the museum if you are unwell with cold-like symptoms or if someone in your household shows such symptoms.
- You will only be able to purchase a ticket when making an online reservation.
- You will be required to follow the route that has been set out for visitors in the museum.
- You will need to adhere to the 1.5 metre social distancing guidelines (this does not apply to members of the same household).
- You will need to respect the signs in each room, signifying the maximum number of people allowed in that room at the same time.
- You are encouraged to use the hand sanitizer and disinfectant gels available at the entrance and most central points of the museum.