Het Noordbrabants Museum, Den Bosch
(4.2/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
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  • The museum has a collection ranging from modern to classic works of art. There is also a lot of information about Den Bosch on the first floor. Everything is nicely set up. The museum is connected to another museum but there you need separate entrance for pay. The courtyard is beautiful and the museum has beautiful Windows giving you the garden very often see when you rondwandeld. There are free lockers for your stuff. The restaurant has overpriced coffee. In the summer you outside to the garden. I find this museum is a must. Though I found it unfortunate that the museum very little change in its collection. So are you there 2 years ago then you do to my idea not to go unless you repeat Please.
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  • Fun and varied museum. I was there with 2 kids (9 and 11) and I must say that they are well entertained. Alternate collection so we remained in one room hang a little longer than the other. Old painting, modern art, modern paintings and some history in the Brabant Hall. Fun and varied day. And children under 18 free also makes that it is not so expensive in total. Definitely recommended.
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  • Apart from recent Bosch-exhibition is touring collection of this museum with delicious café-garden always worth it. Interestingly, the museum laudable initiatives for youth. So to end summer holiday with 2 grandchildren on visit. Front desk staff first unfortunately not aware of the ongoing youth-search and after filling out the questions was there without regard for the work of the young grandchildren price. That gives children certainly no motivation for new visit. What a pity!
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  • The Bosch exhibition was so much more than I was expecting. The screens showing the detail were an excellent value-added element and encouraged you to see even more in the wonderful art works. It was particularly wonderful to see the sketches. I think the museum missed some good marketing opportunities. For example, the English language catalogues (and other language versions too) were out of stock and I was surprised that more posters or prints were not available. The exhibition is attracting thousands of people each day and it would have been a good opportunity for the museum to raise some revenue. I spoke to various people who were keen to spend some money in the shop but were disappointed. By the way, I found the catalogue on Amazon with another book on the artist.
  • Great museum now famous for pulling off great Bosch exhibition without owning single Bosch piece themselves. The whole town can be seen as the continuation of the exhibit. Catalogs are sold online - so don't burden yourself with catalog at the museum shop.
  • We enjoyed jeroen bosch in this museum. It competes with amsterdam, Madrid and London or Paris.
  • The exhibition is absolutely awesome .. the research underlying it is thorough and groundbreaking identifying details of Bosch's technique, creativity, and capability; the curator who managed to assemble 19 of 21 known drawings, and 20 of ~32 known paintings for the first time since Bosch's death 500 years ago deserves recognition. THe quality of restoration gives life to paintings that makes you feel like you're seeing them in BOsch's time; and the fact that all of this is accumulated and displayed with excellent lighting and in the very village he lived and executed them in adds an incomparable emotional layer. 6 out of 5 stars!! The only negative: if the museum staff gives you any advance information, get it in writing or they won't honor it.
  • We were there for the impressive Jheronimus Bosch exhibition, so we did not see the standard collection. But that must be worthwhile or else there staff would not have been able to set up a world class exhibition like that. The museum is in a nice part of the inner city.