Opening hours, address and telephone number
Open today until 17:00
|Wed - Sun||11:00 - 17:00|
6981 CP Doesburg
The Lalique Museum is located in the heart of the historic center of Doesburg, near Arnhem. The museum is dedicated to the world-renown French jeweler and glass designer René Lalique (1860-1945). In addition to the permanent collection, the museum regularly hosts temporary exhibitions focusing on art from the period of around 1850-1950.
The Lalique Museum is located in two national heritage sites in Doesburg. The tour guides and various touchscreens in the museum provide background and insight into the symbolism and details that Lalique incorporated into his artworks. The museum also directs some of its attention to artworks from Lalique’s contemporaries, such as Jan Toorop and Marc Chagall.
The Lalique Museum houses a stylish museum cafe, where visitors can enjoy delicious coffee, luxurious pastries and a homemade lunch. When the weather is nice, the flower-filled city garden is also open. Free parking and a bus stop are located within walking distance of the museum. Unfortunately, the museum is not accessible to wheelchairs or mobility scooters. For visitors with walkers, only the rooms on the ground floor are accessible. In 2023, the Lalique Museum will be expanded to include De Commanderij, which will make the museum fully accessible to all.
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|Type of Museum Pass||Price|
|Adult Pass||€ 64,90|
|Young Person Pass||€ 32,45|
|Kids Pass||€ 32,45|
Lalique Museum also sells Netherlands Museum Passes on-site.
Standard tickets Lalique Museum
|0 t/m 12 jaar||free of charge|
|13 t/m 18 jaar||€ 15|
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