March 11 2020

Coronavirus update

Woensdag 4 november 2020


Museum Slager is closed from today until Wednesday, November 18. We hereby follow the corona guidelines of the cabinet and the Museum Association. It's a shame, because our new exhibition STEP INTO THE WORLD OF THE FAMILY SLAGER had just started, received many visitors and great reactions. Health is paramount. That's why we don't grieve.

If you want to see or know more about it in the next two weeks Museum Slager, you can find that information in the newsletter and / or in movies and other sections on the website We are now working - from home - on a new audio tour and children's treasure hunt and other improvements to make a visit to our museum even more pleasant.

We hope to meet you again after November 18 at the exhibition STEP IN THE WORLD OF THE FAMILY SLAGER. Until then and stay safe and healthy!

Thursday 1 October 2020

Wearing a mouth mask is mandatory! Once you are seated, you may take off your mouth cap. 

Tuesday, 29 September 2020, 18:00 PM

Museums may remain open. The existing protocol will be maintained. 

Tuesday, 19 May 2020 at 19.50 hrs.

Re-opening 4 June 2020 now definite
It is now definite Museum Slager opens again 4 June .
For more information, see the update of Tuesday 12 May 2020 below.


Tuesday, 12 May 2020, at 19.00 hrs.

Reopening June 4, 2020
If the government agrees to the reopening of museums in our country on 18, then Museum Slager her gates will open carefully from Thursday 4 June. For the time being only on Thursdays and Sundays. On Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 00 p.m. and on Sundays from 16 p.m. to 00 p.m. Under the condition that the visitor has no health complaints, as described in the protocol and no more than 24 visitors are present in the museum simultaneously and a maximum of 2 people enter the museum simultaneously. For this we have set up a reservation system where you can reserve the arrival time for up to 2 people. You will find the reservation system here.

Audio tour
Finally, the following: The museum now 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 of these family members now on display. If you want to use earphones or headphones, we request that you bring your own as part of the corona regulations. 


Wednesday 22 April 2020 11.30 hrs.

The government has extended measures concerning cultural institutions until 28 May As a result, all museums must remain closed until 28 May . 


Wednesday 1 April 2020 1430 hrs.

In view of the government's decision on March 31, all museums will remain closed until April 28. 


Monday, March 16, 2020 10:00 AM

In view of the developments over the past weekend, the museum will in any case remain closed until April 6.


Saturday, March 14 2020 at 14:15 PM

In the light of the stricter measures as announced in the press conference of last Thursday afternoon March 13, we have decided to close our museum to all visitors from March 13 to March.31

The safety of visitors and employees of our museum is paramount. We use the guidelines of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM).

We will also cancel all planned group activities. We understand that this is annoying, but we ask for understanding for this exceptional situation. We are happy to reschedule the reservations to another time.

If anything changes to the situation, we will let you know via this website.


Thursday, March 12, 2020 13:35 PM

Temporary closure Museum Slager because of the coronavirus
In order not to further endanger the safety of visitors and volunteers, together with the advice of the government, the museum board has decided to close the doors until Tuesday March 17. Depending on the developments, it will then be considered when the museum can be opened again.


Wednesday, March 11, 2020 12:45 PM

The safety of the visitors and employees of our museum is paramount. We have taken the necessary precautions. In this we use the guidelines of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM). They indicate that there is currently no reason to avoid or cancel public spaces or events. The museum is therefore open today.

To our regret, based on the advice of our safety regions and the RIVM, we have decided to cancel all planned group visits for the coming days on the grounds of social abstinence. We understand that this is annoying but ask for understanding for this exceptional situation in Brabant. We are happy to move the reservations to another time. For this, contact the museum, this can be done by telephone via XNUMX-XNUMX or by mail secretariat @ museumslager .com.

The meet and Greet with Jelmer Wijma will also be moved to a time yet to be determined. 

In addition, all volunteers and employees, internally and externally, have been made aware of the necessity of optimum hygiene. Volunteers having a cold do not come to the museum at all. And extra attention is paid to cleaning surfaces that are often touched by visitors and staff.

View website of the RIVM for the most current information.