Our museum is for everyone, regardless of background, age or disability.
The Afrika Museum plays a central role in the society and therefore does everything it can to make the museum accessible to as many people as possible.
The museum has both indoor and outdoor exhibits, with regularly changing temporary exhibitions and permanent displays of traditional African objects and its large collection of contemporary African art. Objects that reflect customs and traditions. They tell stories about universal human themes like mourning, celebration, ornamentation, prayer, conflict; stories that inspire visitors to find out more about the huge cultural diversity to be found in the world.
Wheelchairs & mobility scooters
Both the main building and the outdoor museum are wheelchair accessible. The first floor can be reached by using the elevator. The African villages are accessible by paved paths.
The museum has 3 disabled parking spaces, which are located on the street side. The wheelchair attendant has free access.
More specific information about the accessibility of the building and the facilities can be found on the website of DUX
Admission for companions
If you visit the museum with a companion he/she will be admitted free of charge on production of an OV-Begeleiderskaart (public transport companion’s card).
Dogs and other pets are not permitted in the museum, except for assistance dogs and guide dogs for the blind, which must be kept on a lead.
At the Afrika Museum, you can adapt a regular tour to suit your specific wishes or requirements. We have a wide range of options for additional guides, more time or to suit other requests. If you would like to discuss the possibilities for a tailored tour, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone via 088 - 0042 900, on Tuesday to Thursday from 10.00 to 16.00 o'clock.
If you have other questions about your visit, please don't hesitate to contact us.