From Roman art to Pop Art
The collection consists of Roman artefacts organised in themes such as religion, trade and crafts, as well as everyday life. The museum also owns a broad collection of modern art and regularly organises special exhibitions ranging from Pop Art to contemporary Expressionism and unique prints.
The museum was opened by Queen Beatrix in 1999 and is housed in a modern building with clean rigid lines and bright colours. It has been nicknamed the ‘block box’ and ‘the aquarium’ and its architecture, which stands out in the green surroundings, is not loved by everyone. Still, the museum is well worth your while. You will find it at Kelfkensbos 59.