Frans Hals Museum

Local nameFrans Hals Museum
LocationHaarlem, Netherlands

The Frans Hals Museum is a museum in the North Holland city of Haarlem, the Netherlands, founded in 1862, known as the Art Museum of Haarlem. Its collection is based on the city's own rich collection, built up from the 16th century onwards. The museum owns hundreds of paintings, including more than a dozen by Frans Hals, to whom the museum owes its name. The Frans Hals Museum has two historic locations in Haarlem city centre: the main location on Groot Heiligland and Location Hal on Grote Markt, composed of the adjacent 17th-century Vleeshal and 19th-century Verweyhal. On Groot Heiligland is the 17th-century Oudemannenhuis with regent's rooms. It houses the famous paintings by Frans Hals and other ancient, modern and contemporary art, as well as the museum café. Location Hal regularly hosts exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.

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Opening hours

Tue – Sat: 11 a.m – 5 p.m
Sun and Public Holidays: noon – 5 p.m


Adults € 12,50
Children (0 – 18): free
Students( 19 – 24): € 6

More information and contact


Official Website




Phone +31 23 5115775

Address Groot Heiligland 62, 2011 Haarlem, Netherlands

Coordinates 52°22'35.782" N 4°38'1.283" E

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