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De Hallen Haarlem

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De Hallen Haarlem is a museum for modern and contemporary art in Haarlem, Netherlands. It organizes exhibitions three times a year, focusing on photography and video art from national and international artists. It also has a collection of classic-modern art that is displayed in the annual summer exhibition .

If you want to visit De Hallen Haarlem, here is some useful information:

  • Ticket prices: Adults € 16,50; Children (0-18 years) free; Museum card holders free; Students € 8,25; Groups (10 or more) € 14,50 per person.
  • Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday 11:00 – 17:00; Sunday and public holidays 12:00 – 17:00; Closed on Mondays, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
  • How to get there: De Hallen Haarlem is located at Grote Markt 16, 2011 RD Haarlem. You can reach it by train (10 minutes walk from Haarlem station), by bus (stop Grote Markt), by car (parking garage De Appelaar) or by bike (bike parking at Grote Markt).
  • Tips: You can buy a combined ticket for De Hallen Haarlem and Frans Hals Museum, which are both part of the same organization. You can also join a guided tour or an evening event to learn more about the exhibitions. Check the website for the current program .
  • Tours: You can book a guided tour for groups of up to 15 people. The tour lasts about an hour and costs € 75 (excluding entrance fees). You can choose from different themes and languages. You can also book a private tour for individuals or small groups. The private tour lasts about an hour and a half and costs € 150 (including entrance fees). You can contact the museum for more information and reservations.
  • Prohibitions: You are not allowed to take photos or videos inside the museum, unless you have permission from the staff. You are also not allowed to touch the artworks, eat or drink in the exhibition rooms, or bring large bags or backpacks. You can store your belongings in the lockers at the entrance.
  • What to see: De Hallen Haarlem has a diverse and dynamic program of exhibitions that showcase the latest trends and developments in contemporary art. Some of the artists that have been featured in the past include Bas Jan Ader, Francis Alÿs, Tacita Dean, Rineke Dijkstra, Marlene Dumas, Tracey Emin, Nan Goldin, David Hockney, Isaac Julien, William Kentridge, Annette Messager, Pipilotti Rist, Thomas Ruff, Cindy Sherman and Wolfgang Tillmans . You can also enjoy the historic building of De Hallen Haarlem, which dates back to the 17th century and was originally used as a meat market.

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