Het Noordbrabants Museum, which together with Stedelijk Museum 's-Hertogenbosch comprises the heart of the museum district in the city of Den Bosch, offers a unique overview of life in Brabant through the centuries. From Roman times to modern top works by Jan Sluijters, you will find it all at the 4000 m2 exhibition space.
Behind the beautiful Classicist façade of the old Den Bosch Government Palace you will find great exhibitions on the art, culture and history of Noord-Brabant. Following a large-scale renovation and reopening in 2013, the museum has added temporary exhibitions in the garden gallery and side wing in addition to the permanent collection.
Noord-Brabant through the centuries
The permanent collection embraces works from the late Middle Ages, such as ‘God’s Judgement’, 16th century works by Pieter Breughel the Younger, Spittende Boerin by Vincent van Gogh and modern works by Jan Sluijters, Theo Kuypers, Pieter Stoop and others. The museum is located on Verwersstraat 41 in Den Bosch.
‘Van Gogh 125 years of inspiration’
In 2015 it will be exactly 125 years ago since Vincent van Gogh's death. The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo and Noordbrabants Museum in Den Bosch, which show parts of Van Gogh’s oeuvre, will honour the painter with special exhibitions revolving around the theme ‘Van Gogh 125 years of inspiration’. In addition countless anniversary activities relating to Vincent van Gogh's cultural heritage will be organised in Holland in 2015. Keep an eye on the site for more information.