Practical Information

Yes Naturally is open to the public from March 16th. The works of art can be seen in the GEM, the Fotomuseum and in the gardens of the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.

Visiting address

Stadhouderslaan 43
2517 HV Den Haag

Opening Times Yes Naturally

Tuesday till Sunday from 11:00 to 18:00

For schools the exhibition is also open on monday and opens at 9:00.

Please Note: Yes Naturally does not open until March 16th, 2013!

The starting point for the art exhibition Yes Naturally is at the GEM/Fotomuseum, where you can purchase admission tickets.

Adults: € 8,00
Through age 18: free Museumkaart: € 2,00
 CJP, Students: € 6,00 Uitpas: € 7,00
 Ooievaarspas: € 4,00
 Rotterdampas: € 4,00 Rembrandtpas: free
 Museumvrienden: free Adult Group
 > 15 people: € 7,00

Other prices apply for schools; for details contact
Krista[at]ja-natuurlijk.com

To see both Yes Naturally and the entire Gemeentemuseum on the same day, combination tickets are available at both museums for € 19,50 (includes the price of admission to the Mauritshuis).

Museumkaart

You can buy a Museumkaart at the museum ticket counter for € 49,90 (plus €4,95 administration costs).

Audio tour
€3,50
Dutch and English

  • Keith Edmier, Victoria Regia, 1998, courtesy of the artist, Akzo Nobel Art Foundation, Amsterdam

    Keith Edmier, Victoria Regia, 1998, courtesy of the artist, Akzo Nobel Art Foundation, Amsterdam

To get there

Please note: due to various road construction around the Stadhouderslaan Yes Naturally may be difficult to reach.

Public transportation: From Den Haag Central Station take bus 24(Stop: Gemeentemuseum/Museon) or tram 17 (Stop Statenplein)

From Den Haag Holland Spoor take tram 17 (Stop: Statenplein)

By car via the Utrechtsebaan, direction Kijkduin (follow the signs ‘GEM/Fotomuseum’).
Click here for the route planner:

Navigator address: Stadhouderslaan 73 Den Haag.


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Parking

Ample free parking is available in the direct vicinity of the museum.

For persons with a disability

Yes Naturally is almost completely accessible for those with mobility issues