Visitors' information


More than a century of extraordinary paintings are awaiting you behind the stately facade of the Slager Museum. They were produced by eight members over three generations of one family in 's-Hertogenbosch. Firstly, the family patriarch Petrus Marinus Slager, followed by his sons Piet and Frans, his daughters Jeannette and Corry, his daughters-in-law Suze and Marie and finally by his grand-son Tom.
From the family Slager a large number of oil paints, watercolours, drawings and etchings are shown. Here you see cityscapes of historic 's-Hertogenbosch , landscapes, including many from Brabant, the Belgian Campine and Southern Europe, next to village scenes, still lifes, flower still lifes and portraits.
-In addition to exhibiting works from its own collection, the Slager Museum organizes temporary displays of works by other artists


Choorstraat 8
5211 KZ 's-Hertogenbosch
(Only a few steps away from the beautiful St. John's Cathedral)

By car? Here you will find information about parking in 's-Hertogenbosch


Due to the corona virus, the museum is still closed until June 3! You will find more information here .

The museum will be open from 4 June onward
* Thursday from 11:00 to 16:00 hrs. and
* Sundays from 13:00 to 17:00 hrs.

During and after the reopening, we adhere to the protocol and guidelines of the Museum Association and RIVM. You will find more information about this protocol here .
To ensure that no more than 2 people enter the museum at the same time, a reservation system has been set up whereby you can book your arival time at the museum..
Book here your arrival time.

The museum is closed on the following days:
* Every Monday
* Christmas Day and Boxing Day
* First and Second Easter Day
* First and Second Whitsun Day
* New Year's Eve and New Year's Day
* Carnival (Saturday to Tuesday)
* King's day


- Adults € 8,50, including a cup of coffee / tea
- Children up to 12 years of age: free
- Children from 13 to 18 years of age € 3,50
- Museum - and Icom cardholders : free


Since June 4, 2020, the museum has an audio tour that can be listened to via your own mobile phone or tablet. This audio tour provides background information about the special building in which the museum is located, as well as about the family Slager and the paintings that are currently exhibited by these family members. If you want to use earphones or headphones, we request that you bring your own as part of the corona regulations.


The museum is accessible to wheelchair-users Be it that.the higher level of the building shall be entered via the staff entrance.