Museum Vrolik is open on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 11 AM to 5 PM.
We are closed on:
Guided tours are very suited for groups of secondary education, vocational education, higher education and academic students. In addition, they are great activity for everyone interested in learning about anatomy and/or the history of medicine and biology. Our tour guides take their audience into account (age, type of education/course, background, prior knowledge, etc.).
You can find more information on our guided tours here, or book your guided tour right away using the button below.
Amsterdam UMC, location AMC (Academic Medical Center)
1105 AZ Amsterdam, the Netherlands
The location of Museum Vrolik in the AMC hospital building
Getting there by public transport
Museum Vrolik is close to metro/train station (Amsterdam) Holendrecht. When traveling from Amsterdam Central Station, take metro 54 (heading towards Gein) or the train to Amsterdam Holendrecht. Please consult 9292.nl when you are planning to travel from a different location.
Getting there by car
Visitors may park at Amsterdam UMC, location AMC in parking garage P2 (number 2 on the map). You will need to buy a parking ticket. Near the AMC you will see signs directing you to P2.
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We do our utmost to show our collection with care and respect. Still, not everyone will be comfortable seeing the clearly recognizable human anatomical preparations on display. A visit to the museum might not be suitable for some people, such as children or expecting parents. You yourself are best able to judge whether the exhibition is suitable for you or your children. We are happy to discuss things with you beforehand.
Taking pictures and making films is not allowed in Museum Vrolik.
Consult our statement on human remains and our photography policy for more information.