Frans Hals Museum - Hal
Since 30 March 2018, the Frans Hals Museum and De Hallen Haarlem have together formed the renewed Frans Hals Museum: one museum at two locations. Here old and new meet. Historical works hang next to contemporary installations and the Golden Age comes together with the present. The encounter between old masters and contemporary art allows you to look differently and see more.
Visit Frans Hals Museum - Hal with your City Card
To visit this location with your City Card, it is not necessary to book a time slot. Make sure your City Card is valid at the time of your visit.
Cultural hotspot, architectural stew
The Frans Hals Museum is divided over two locations: Hof and Hal. They are a short but nice walk through historic Haarlem from each other.
Location Hal is the cultural hotspot on the Grote Markt and at the same time it is an architectural hot spot. It is a mixture of three different buildings, all from a different century: the Vleeshal, the Vishuisje and the Verweyhal. A refreshing renovation is imminent. After that, the three buildings will connect more harmoniously than ever.
The transhistorical museum
Transhistorical exhibitions and collection displays are an important theme at the Frans Hals Museum. The recent merger of the Frans Hals Museum and De Hallen Haarlem into one museum was partly inspired by the transhistorical project. Our visitors will therefore be surprised more and more often with combinations of old and new art, both on location Hof and on location Hal.
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