Given the rich history of the city of Maastricht, the excellent museums you’ll find there shouldn’t come as a surprise. To get an idea of what to expect, have a look at the examples below.
At the Bonnefantenmuseum (name originating from the french 'bons enfants') in Maastricht you find masterpieces of both old masteres, like Rubens and Van Dyck, as contemporary art. In the presentation of the works the museum collaborates with various private collections making the variety of the [...] Continue reading about Bonnefantenmuseum.
The Centre Céramique is where visitors are welcomed to explore the diversity in collections that are owned by the city of Maastricht. Like ceramics and glass collections that contain items from times that have long gone, like those of the Romans and the Middle ages. [...] Continue reading about Centre Céramique.
Museum at the Vrijthof
Curious about what Maastricht was like throughout the centuries? Come and visit the Museum at the Vrijthof and you're sure to discover it. Assisted by the latest in audio and projection techniques the museum lets you see history through the eyes of an authentic historical [...] Continue reading about Museum at the Vrijthof.
In the Natuurhistorisch Museum (Natural History Museum) in Maastricht there's actually a real Kids Museum during your day out. Like you can find on the website, it's an interactive museum with many fun puzzles and searches for kids between 8 and 12 years old. Here [...] Continue reading about Natuurhistorisch Museum.