- See a number of changing exhibitions focused on life in the region of Nijmegen from the Stone Age to Roman times, to the Middle Ages, to the 19th century
- Witness Land in sight, the first Dutch solo exhibition of its size by artist Uwe Poth, packed with portraits, mythological references and city images
- The architect of this striking museum, Ben van Berkel, also designed the iconic Erasmus Bridge in Rotterdam. It alone is worth a visit!
See the first extensive exhibition on the life of Mary of Guelders, a self-assured medieval noblewoman, who is often likened to Máxima, the current queen of the Netherlands. See 100 artifacts including paintings, fabrics, jewellery, sculptures, stained glass and sculptures of saints. Plus, get a look at the restored pages from her extensive prayer book, one of the greatest medieval art treasures of the Netherlands.
See a special coat of arms from 500 BC, a wide-ranging collection of modern and classical art, as well as unique pieces from Roman times. Browse masterpieces and learn how people in the area lived centuries ago, all at Museum Het Valkhof in Nijmegen.
There's loads to kick you back to centuries gone by at the Museum Het Valkhof, from ancient art to modern art and more.
See an extensive archaeological collection showcasing Dutch cultural heritage. Got a question about archeology? Head to the ArcheoHotspot.
Study a painted city map of Nijmegen from 1668-1669 by Hendrik Feltman, and learn about human life in the region, from the Stone Age to Roman times, to the Middle Ages, to the 19th century. It's a cultural spectacular, not far from Amsterdam.
- Entrance to the museum
- Admission to the galleries
- Roman Workshop for children
- Access to temporary exhibitions
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Take the train to Nijmegen Central Station. From there it's 15 minutes walking to the museum.
Graphic designer Montse Hernández i Sala uses one of the exhibition halls to study human behavior and its impact on nature and the future of our children.