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Groninger Museum

The Groninger Museum can’t be missed; straight across Central Station you’ll see the bold design by the Italian architect Mendini. The museum houses a great variety of art. The works of a local artistic group De Ploeg and the collection of Chinese and Japanese porcelain are world renowned.

  • Discover the Groninger Museum and admire the unique building designed by the Italian architect Mendini.
  • The Groninger Museum is one of the city’s top attractions.
  • See the beautiful permanent collections of porcelain and De Ploeg paintings, as well as ever-changing temporary exhibitions.
Museumeiland 1
9711ME Groningen City
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The Collection

The museum has a lot to offer, including fashion, photography, design and paintings. The porcelain collection and works by De Ploeg hold a special place in the museum. New expositions and interaction with the visitors have a high priority at the museum.

The building of the Groninger Museum is a robust spectacle of striking forms, colors, and materials. Four pavilions, grouped around a golden yellow tower, accommodate exhibitions of the museum’s own collection.

Art in Groningen

Groninger Museum is the art museum of Groningen. All sorts of art are displayed in a colorful and playful structure. The design of the museum building alone is worth a visit.

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