The most commonly asked questions are answered below. For other questions please email us at info[at]


Where and when is Yes Naturally?

Yes Naturally takes place in the GEM, Fotomuseum and the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, but also in the surrounding area; the museum gardens and the small dune forest play an important role in this exhibition. The week of the opening will be held from March 15th to March 23rd and will feature extensive programming. Yes Naturally can be seen until mid August.

What is the price of admission?

Through age 18 and holders of a Museumkaart: € 2,00
 Adults: € 8,00
 CJP, Studentenpas: € 6,00
Uitpas: € 7,00
Ooievaarspas: € 5,00
Rembrandtpas: € 2,00
Museumvrienden: € 2,00
Adult Group with more than 15 members: € 7,00

Other prices apply for schools; for details please contact

To see Yes Naturally and the entire Gemeentemuseum on the same day, a combination ticket can be purchased at either ticket counter for € 17,50 (includes admission to the Mauritshuis as well).

What are the opening hours of Yes Naturally?

Daily from 11.00 – 18.00. For schools the exhibition opens at 9:00. Please note: Yes Naturally does not open until March 16th, 2013!

How do I get to Yes Naturally?

You can reach Yes Naturally via public transportation. From Den Haag Central Station take bus 24 or trams 10 or 17. From Den Haag Holland Spoor take tram 17. By car via the Utrechtsebaan, direction Kijkduin (follow the signs ‘GEM/Fotomuseum’).

Are there facilities for persons with disabilities?

Yes Naturally is almost completely accessible to people with mobility limitations.

Is photography permitted?

Yes, taking photos without flash and tripod is permitted.

Is Yes Naturally suitable for children?

Yes Naturally is great for children. Alongside what we offer children who come with their parents, we also have an extensive educational programme. Click here for more information about ‘What you don’t know can hurt you’. Yes Naturally also offers a wide range of guided tours including the Cockroach Tour by the artist group Superflex. This is a fantastic tour for kids!


What is Yes Naturally?

Yes Naturally is an exhibition in and around the GEM, Fotomuseum and the Gemeentemuseum De Haag. More than 80 artworks by national and international artists are on display. The question asked is: what is natural and who or what decides that? Do only people have a say? Or may bacteria, atmospheres, animals, plants, computers and things also take part in the discussion? Yes Naturally is organised by the foundation Niet Normaal in collaboration with the Gemeentemuseum.

Go to kunst/concept for more information about the exhibition and participating artists.

How did the idea for Yes Naturally come about?

Yes Naturally is from the makers of Niet Normaal, the art exhibition that took place in 2009 and 2010 in the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam. Yes Naturally is a natural follow-up: central is an all-inclusive look at the world.

What makes Yes Naturally special? What can you see there?

Yes Naturally is no ordinary exhibition. We pull out all of the stops, from human safaris to tours, neighbourhood discussions and installations on the edge of ecology and art. We also go outdoors, beyond the walls of the museums to the museum gardens, the dune forest at the Catsheuvel and downtown Den Haag. Yes Naturally is not about doomsday thinking nor about wallowing in the nostalgia of the good old days. It projects an affirmative and urban vision. Existing systems are called into question and our western world perspective is held up to sharp scrutiny. The artistic production and internationally acclaimed artists put an important social issue on the agenda with new and refined elegance. Yes Naturally sets out to meet the future with humour, determination and relativity.

Are you all completely green now?

The best-behaved children in the class? Naturally Not! We also cannot do everything right, and we don’t intend to either. Green sauces? We can’t stand them. Yes Naturally isn’t only about nature. We’ve intentionally drawn a line through Yes Naturally in our logo. Not as a matter of design, but as a statement. We question the meaning of the romantic concept of ‘nature’. Because we see this concept as an obstacle to come up with meaningful solutions for a more ecological and socially just society.