Museum Slager is a special museum. As a visitor you get a unique insight into the life and work of a family of painters; the family Slager in 's-Hertogenbosch. With eight painters you can see an interesting development in painting over three generations. And last but not least, a fascinating picture of cultural and social life in 's-Hertogenbosch between 1840 and the end of the 20th century.

The museum consists of four combined buildings. With the tympanums above the windows, the architecture of the building shows features of the Neo-Renaissance. “Choor” in the street name refers to the priest's choir of the nearby St. John's Cathedral.

What starts with the legacy of the works of art within the family, grows in more than forty years into a beautiful versatile collection. From its own depot with a diversity of works, a dynamic and varied exhibition is always possible. Museum Slager therefore always remains interesting to visit. Especially because three times a year there are special temporary exhibitions in the field of realistic art. “”


Chorus Street 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


– Entrance € 12,50 including a cup of coffee or tea
- Children up to 12 years of age: free
– Children aged 13-18 years € 4,-
– Groups: € 10,- per group member
- Museum - and Icom cardholders : free

It is also possible to book a tour of our museum. The costs for this are € 25. Please book this tour by telephone (073-6133216).

If you use Checkd, you can visit the museum without high costs. You then pay per minute. A good way to get to know Museum Slager.
Find out more: click on the logo or scan the QR code.


The museum is open on
* Tuesday from 11:00 to 17:00 hrs.
* Wednesdays from 11:00 to 17:00 hrs.
* Thursday from 11:00 to 17:00 hrs.
* Friday from 11:00 to 17:00 hrs.
* Saturday from 11:00 AM to 17:00 PM
* Sundays from 13:00 to 17:00 hrs.

We adhere to the corona guidelines of the Museum Association and the RIVM.

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


The museum shop is a reason in itself to visit the Slager museum. And the great thing is, you are also very welcome without a museum ticket! The range is surprising and unusual. The tastefully decorated shop is the place for beautiful and original gifts for yourself or for someone else.

With each new temporary exhibition, the collection is adapted with relevant books and other products that fit in with the theme of the exhibition. You will also find a generous collection of (art) books and postcards in the shop. The museum shop is open during the museum's opening hours.


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


The museum has an audio tour that can be listened to via your own mobile phone or tablet. You can choose the Dutch or English version. 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 of these relatives now on display. If you want to use earphones or headphones, we request that you bring your own as part of the corona regulations.
For a preview of the audio tour, click the button below