Huis Marseille is The Netherlands’ first photography museum. Since September 1999, the museum has been offering a rich and varied exhibition program that changes an average of four times a year. The exhibitions are shown in two seventeenth-century canal houses in which many original details are intact, such as opulent ceiling paintings, stucco work, marble and a red period room in the style of Louis XIV. The museum also has a library, a specialized photo book shop and a tranquil canal garden which are all open to visitors.
Huis Marseille, Museum for Photography
1016 EK Amsterdam
T +31 (0)20 531 89 89
€ 4,50: students / senior citizens (65+) / groups of at least 8 / CJP / Rembrandtpas
Free admission: children ages 17 and under / Museumcard / I Amsterdam City Card / Stadspas / ICOM
Tuesday–Sunday, 11–18 hr
Closed on: Mondays, 27 April (King’s Day), Whit Monday, 25 December, 1 January and (in the week prior to an opening) during the installation of new exhibitions.
Open on all other holidays, including Easter Monday.
Huis Marseille is best reached by bicycle or public transport. Take tram 2, tram 11 or tram 12 from the Central Station and get off at the ‘Keizersgracht’ stop, or use a route planner. If you are traveling by car, you can park in Q-Park Europarking (Marnixstraat) or in parking garage Kalverstaat (Singel).
Due to the historical character of the two canal houses in which Huis Marseille is located, the museum is unfortunately not accessible by wheelchair.
Do you wish to visit Huis Marseille with a group? Please notify us at least one week in advance at email@example.com. A group of 8 or more will pay our reduced admission fee of € 4,50 pp.
It is possible to book a guided tour during openings hours. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Do you wish to give your own tour or bring your own tour guide? Please take note of our following rules:
- You are required to notify us at least one week ahead of time by emailing to email@example.com
- The group must be no larger than 15 persons