This Christmas we will celebrate the Light Festival! From December 20, 2019 to January 5, 2020, the museum will be decorated with thousands of lights. Outside there will be all kind of activities for the whole family, including a Christmas market and crafts. We proudly present the highlights this year:
Largest nativity scene in Europe
The largest nativity scene in Europe is being rebuilt! This is a spectacular diorama with lifelike figures that depict all kinds of symbolism. The various villages, the waterfall and the lively setting ensure that the scene really comes to life.
Unique nativity scenes
Including a large collection nativity scenes out of cardboard and exhibition 'follow the star'.
Old crafts market
The cozy villiage comes to live with all kinds of old crafts, the blacksmith, the basketmaker, the woolspinner and many others show their skills and sell their products.
Live music of different kinds including ofcourse the Christmas choires.
Christmas marble run
Youtuber Jelle’s Marble Runs shows off his work with a gigantic Christmas-themed marble run, packed with sounds and lights!
Christmas TikTok presentation
TikTok? This is an app for short movies which is really poplar amongst teenagers. We will show you the best Christmas themed clips!
Painting a Rubens
We will work together to make a really large replica of one of Rubens famous paintings 'Adoration of the Magi', come and paint a piece of this record-breaking canvas.
Opening hours Light Festival
Every day from December 20 to January 5, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Extra evening openings on December 21, 22, 28 and 29, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Admission fees Light Festival
Adults € 9,75 p.p. **
Children from 4 up to 16 years € 5,00 p.p. **
Children 0-3 years free
Museumcard holder adult € 2,50 p.p. **
Museumcard holder child € 1,00 p.p. **
Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children) € 28,00 **
Parking € 4,00
**festival surcharge included
Buy your tickets at the pay desk or click here to buy your tickets online!