You can visit our centre without prior reservation and at any time. This is possible up to half an hour before closing time. Upon entry, we ask you to show your corona pass or test at the desk for verification, and you also purchase your admission tickets here. Without this proof it is not possible to visit the Art Center.
NB the centre will be closed on Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 October 2021!
About the center
The international knowledge and experience center Jheronimus Bosch Art Center is a unique tribute to the artist Jheronimus Bosch who was born about 1450 and died in 1516 in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. In this stylish complex, compromising a former church and its annexes, visitors can discover and experience the artists life and work.
The Jheronimus Bosch Art Center is a multipurpose center. It not only provides shelter to a modern exhibition about the medieval artist, but it also provides a podium for concerts and performances, a library and conference rooms. To enjoy the work to the fullest, the collection will offer visitors to the center a different perspective each time. The ecclesiastical atmosphere, worthy of Bosch, will fill you with wonder An extra dimension to the exhibition is given by the view of the city center from a height of about 40 meters.
We are closed from 3 January 2021 until 1 March 2021,
On Mondays, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
We are open on
Monday 21 & 28 December 2020,
Monday 5 April, 24 May, 27 December 2021 and
Monday 3 January 2022.
Children age 4 t/m 12 jaar
Price includes a catalogue in Dutch and English. Hand outs are available in French, German, Italian, Spanish and Russian.
The reduced rate applies to students upon presentation of the student card and CJP holders.
Combination tickets All arrangements and activities booked through the Kring Vrienden van 's-Hertogenbosch offer a 50% discount on admission to the Jheronimus Bosch Art Center upon presentation of your tickets at the reception desk.
These tickets are exclusively available through the Kring Vrienden van ‘s-Hertogenbosch. www.dagjedenbosch.com
Guided tour through the works of Bosch
The Jheronimus Bosch Art Center offers guided tours in which the works of Jheronimus Bosch, the hidden visual language and his life are discussed.
You will be taken through the works of Bosch by our specialized museum guides. The guided tours last approx. 1 hour and can be booked via firstname.lastname@example.org or 073-6126890.
Guided tour of St. James' Church
The Jheronimus Bosch Art Center is located in the beautiful former church dedicated to St. Jacob. The eclectic building designed by Stuyt and Cuypers is well worth a guided tour. The JBAC will offer the Jacob guided tour for visitors in 2020. Over the past year, the guides have specialised in providing this guided tour. The tour can be booked via email@example.com or 073-6126890.
The Jheronimus Bosch Art Center provides guided tours in which the works of Jheronimus Bosch are discussed.
The guided tours last approx. 1 hour.
Costs guided tours:
€ 7.50 entrance fee per person and € 25.00 per tour leader*
*Per tour leader 10 persons
Please note that it is not allowed to lead groups around on your own.
Route and address
Jheronimus Bosch Art Center
Jeroen Boschplein 2
5211 ML ’s-Hertogenbosch
(+31) (0)73 612 68 90
The Jheronimus Bosch Art Center is located at the center of 's-Hertogenbosch and has no parking. For €4.00 you can park your car at one of the transferia just outside the city. The rate includes a bus ride (4 people) or a bike ride into the city center. The bus stops within walking distance from the Art Center.
From 's-Hertogenbosch Central Station you can walk within 15 minutes to the Art Center.
Most of the Jheronimus Bosch Art Center is accessible for disabled people and wheelchair users. The tower, the auditorium and additional exhibition spaces without obstacles accessible. The sanctuary and the studio are unfortunately not wheelchair accessible these are only accessible by stairs there.
Next to the Jheronimus Bosch Art Center are two disabled parking spaces. These are located at the Mgr. Prinsesstraat. From 15 October 2020, this street will only be accessible from the Hekellaan.
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