As of 28 November, the following applies:

Transit sites, such as museums, must ask visitors for a corona access ticket (CAT), including valid ID. A valid ID is a passport, ID card or driving licence.
The presentation of a CAT is mandatory for everyone aged 13 and over. We therefore ask you to take this into account when visiting the Bonnefanten.

In addition to the corona pass, the following measures apply to your museum visit:

  • A distance of 1.5 metres is mandatory. If you do not belong to the same household, keep 1.5 metres away from the other museum visitors.
  • It is mandatory to wear a mouth mask.

Our museum café Ipanema is and remains accessible with a corona admission ticket. Here too, it is compulsory to keep a distance of 1.5 metres and to wear a mouth mask. As soon as you sit down, the mouth mask may be removed. Ipanema closes together with the museum at 17:00.

Valid corona access ticket

A valid corona access ticket (CAT) is a QR code that you show digitally or on paper.
For more information on the corona ticket:

International visitors

Visitors from countries that do not use an EU Digital Corona Certificate must test themselves in advance via Testing for Entry and convert their result in CoronaCheck into a corona ticket. This is shown together with a valid ID.

Enjoy your museum visit and book your ticket online. There are no timeslots anymore. With your online ticket, you book a day of visit and can come at any time you want within the regular opening hours. Read more about the house rules in corona time here.


Get an impression of our exhibitions:


Please note: the parking garage under Vodafone, Q-Park Bonnefanten, is closed until December 2021 due to repairs. The Q-Park parking garage Plein 1992 can be used, click here for more information about this parking garage.
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Header: Installation view Margaret Kilgallen, that’s where the beauty is., 2019. Photo: Tony Prikryl