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The Netherlands

Open Tuesday-Saturday 11:00 - 17:00
Closed on Mondays
Sundays and bank holidays 12:00 - 17:00
On 26 December and 2 January the museum will be open from 12:00 - 17:00
Closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Admission prices:

Adults € 7.50
Groups (per person) € 6.00
19 - 24 / Studentcard € 4.00
Children 18 and under free
Museum card free
ICOM free
Friends of De Hallen Haarlem free
Rembrandt Society free

De Hallen Haarlem offers free WiFi access


FRANS HALS MUSEUM - Gavin Wade: Z is for Zoo

Curator/artist Gavin Wade has carried out an intervention in the arrangement of the Frans Hals Museum's permanent collection. He creates sculptures that function as 'display units', where works from the museum's collection of old, modern and contemporary art are exhibited as though part of a makeshift zoological garden.

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This autumn De Hallen Haarlem is presenting the first museum exhibition of Japanese artist Meiro Koizumi in the Netherlands.Koizumi is one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary art in Japan..

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What The Heart Wants is the first museum exhibition of Belgian-American artist Cécile B. Evans in the Netherlands. Her eponymous video work was premièred last month during the Berlin Biennale, where it was applauded by critics as one of the absolute highlights.

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Frans Hals Museum | De Hallen Haarlem and Museum M are currently developing a research project on the notion of "transhistoricity" in curatorial practice within the museum field. The conference "The transhistorical museum: objects, narratives & temporalities," is an effort to bring together different perspectives..

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