Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have any further questions about your museum visit? We have tried to answer these questions for you below.
Which coronavirus measures are in place?We are following the protocol set by the Dutch Museum Association. For an up-to-date overview of the measures Holiday in Holland
Is the museum wheelchair accessible?The exposition areas and toilets are accessible by lift. Due to the limited space available, mobility scooters are not permitted in the museum. There is a wheelchair you can borrow. Please reserve in advance by telephone. You can also borrow folding stools (no reservations necessary). Upon presentation of your public transit companion’s pass, you may bring along one companion. Registered assistance dogs are welcome. Children under age 14 are only permitted when accompanied by an adult.
What are the facilities?The museum has a lift, toilet for disabled persons, shop, cloakroom with lockers, folding stools and a wheelchair. There are no parking facilities. For an overview of parking options, please visit the website www.deventer.nl/parkeren.
Is there a cafe in the museum?There is no cafe in the museum. NB: it is not permitted to bring food or drinks.
Museum De Waag warmly welcomes everyone. If you have any questions during your visit, please speak to one of our team members who will be more than happy to help.
Youth people from 13 to 18 years
Children till 12 years
Museumcard, Vereniging De Waag
ICOM-card Rembrandt card
CJP und Student card
Group of 10+ people (price per person)
Combi card with Toy Museum Deventer
OpeningtimesMuseum De Waag is open from Tuesday to Sunday between 11:00 and 17:00..*
The museum is open from 11:00 a.m. to 17:00 p.m. on the following public holidays: Dutch Liberation Day, Easter Monday, Ascension Day, Pentecost Monday, and Boxing Day.
The museum is closed on Easter Sunday, King’s Day, Pentecost Sunday, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. The museum closes at 16:00 PM on 5, 24 and 31 December.
Address & ContactMuseum De Waag is located in the heart of the magnificent Hanseatic city of Deventer.
Museum De Waag
7411 BV Deventer
Deventer central station main exit. Cross the footbridge and walk straight ahead onto the Keizerstraat. Go left at the end of the street, onto the Brink and towards the detached weigh house that houses Museum De Waag.
From the A1, follow the signs for the centre. Take the Deventerweg, the Zutphenseweg and the Pothoofd to the Brink. This will lead you into the centre along the IJssel. Museum De Waag is a 150-metre walk from here.
For parking in the city, please check www.deventer.nl/parkeren.