Visitor information

Season opening 2020:

The museum is open from March 1 to October 25.

Tuesday - Sunday from 11:00 to 17:00.
Closed on Mondays (except on Easter- and Pentecostmonday), 27 April and  21 till 24 July 2020.

 

Admission fees 2020

Children  (4 to 15 years old)

€  6,50 p.p.

Adults (from 16 years old)

€  10,50 p.p.

Group price children from 20 persons (without other forms of reduction)

€  5,50 p.p.

Group price adults from 20 persons (without other forms of reduction)

€  9,00 p.p.

Family ticket (2 adults & 2 children)

€ 28,50

Children 0 to 3 years old

free

Museumcard holders (MK)

free

Wheelchair companion

free

Friends of Museumpark Orientalis

free

 

Feel free to bring along your own food and drink!

Choose your own spot and have a picnic in the park! The museum also has an establishments where you can
get something to eat and drink.  

Parking

The museum offers ample parking. A car park coin costs € 4,00.
Note: a nearby bridge, the Waalbrug, is not accessible for touringcars due to constructionwork till the
end of 2020.

Public transport

Bus lines 5 (destination Groesbeek) departing from Nijmegen Central Station have stops in the proximity of the museum.

Dogs

Dogs are permitted, as long as they are on a leash.

Accessibility for disabled persons

Museumpark Orientalis is situated on a hilly terrain with unpaved and unevenly paved paths.
Access to some sites is therefore difficult for wheelchairs. We have wheelchairs available at the ticket office
or people who have difficulty walking. They cannot be reserved. A wheelchair companion is necessary,
wheelchair compainions have free access. 

 

Museum Souvenir Shop

The Museum souvenir shop 'Mazzeltov' is located in 'Jerusalem' (the Roman city street).

Experience the museum

Welcome to Museumpark Orientalis – Heilig Landstichting! Here the colourful world of Judaism, Christianity and Islam comes to life. Architecture and nature meet in this museum, which stretches out over 30 hectares. Experience different cultures and religions in an educative and playful way in our Jewish and Arabic village, our desert and Karavanserai, and our Roman city street.

 

 

@MpOrientalis
Vandaag allerlaatste dag Feest van Licht! Met verhalenverteller Professor Bombasticus, lichtschrijven, kooroptreden… https://t.co/anREfxS5d0
Het Joodse dorp Beth Juda is omgetoverd tot een levendig Bethlehem. Met gezellige marktkraampjes, brandende vuurtje… https://t.co/djTVFEwK3m
RT @uitweb: Je hebt nog slechts een paar dagen om te gaan kijken bij het Feest van Licht in @MpOrientalis. Maar daar gebruik van! https://t…
Met #feestvanlicht wordt er regelmatig een wandeling door het park gemaakt met de ezels. Vergeet ook niet om een ki… https://t.co/ybUYfCHUWn
FEEST VAN LICHT / Professor Bombasticus neemt je mee terug naar de kerststal van 2000 jaar geleden. Vandaag zijn er… https://t.co/5VyDV2bLTM

 

The museum is closed and will be open again from March 1 to  25 October 2020.

 

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