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Groningen museum: Must visit museums!

Are you looking for museums in Groningen? Look no further, for you have arrived at the right address. The North Holland city has a number of special museums for young and old. You will find the popular Groninger Museum, the Museum aan de A and the modern Storytell museum. We have listed the best museums of Groningen for you!

Groningen museum:

1. Groninger Museum

The Groninger Museum is a must-see for any art lover visiting the city. Located in the city of Groningen, the museum houses an impressive collection of contemporary art, with works by artists such as Ai Weiwei, Mark Rothko and Gerhard Richter. In addition to the permanent collection, the Groninger Museum also hosts temporary exhibitions, from fashion to photography. The museum also has a café and store, making it the perfect place to spend a few hours looking around. Whether you are a seasoned art lover or just starting out, the Groninger Museum is sure to have something to pique your interest.

€15.-

Also visit the Groninger Museum Night.

Monday Closed
Tuesday 10:00–17:00
Wednesday 10:00–17:00
Thursday 10:00–17:00
Friday 10:00–17:00
Saturday 10:00–17:00
Sunday 10:00–17:00

2. GRID Graphic Museum Groningen

GRID Graphic Museum Groningen is a unique museum in the Netherlands dedicated to graphic design. There is a changing exhibition of (internationally) recognized designers and a documentation center with an extensive collection of books and magazines. There are also regular workshops, lectures and other events. The museum is easily accessible by public transportation and has parking in front of the door. GRID is definitely worth a visit if you are interested in graphic design!

€7,75

Participate in one of the workshops.

Monday Closed
Tuesday 13:00–17:00
Wednesday 13:00–17:00
Thursday 13:00–17:00
Friday 13:00–17:00
Saturday 13:00–17:00
Sunday 13:00–17:00

3. Museum aan de A

Museum at the A is a small museum in the city of Groningen. The museum displays a collection of art and objects from local history. Although the museum is small, it is well worth a visit. The collection is interesting and there is something for everyone. In addition, the price of admission is relatively low. If you’re in Groningen, be sure to stop in at Museum aan de A. You won’t be disappointed!

€8.-

Check online in advance to see what exhibits will be given.

Monday Closed
Tuesday 10:00–17:00
Wednesday 10:00–17:00
Thursday 10:00–17:00
Friday 10:00–17:00
Saturday 10:00–17:00
Sunday 13:00–17:00

4. Storyworld

The Storyworld museum Groningen is a museum about comics, animation and games. It is a place where you can learn about stories, and also a place where you can tell them. The museum has many different forms of stories, and each story has its own place in the museum. You can find comics, animation and games about travel, adventures, love, friendship, family, and more. It’s a place to discover new stories, and also to share your own.

€9,5

Especially great fun for children.

Monday Closed
Tuesday 10:00–18:00
Wednesday 10:00–18:00
Thursday 10:00–18:00
Friday 10:00–18:00
Saturday 10:00–18:00
Sunday 10:00–18:00

5. Wallhouse #2

The Wallhouse #2 museum true curiosity, with its wealth of forms, colors, interesting details, symbols and meanings. It is an outstanding example of the architecture of the 1980s and 1990s, when Groningen played a key role in international postmodern architecture.

Free

Open only from April through October.

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday 12:00–17:00
Sunday 12:00–17:00

Have you been able to choose between the Groningen Museums? Will it be the popular Groninger Museum? The Museum at the A? Or still the modern Storytell museum? Let us know so we can inspire even more people when it comes to museums in Groningen.

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