Kids Museum & exhibitions

Miffy Museum

The Miffy Museum is a miniature world and the most fun museum for toddlers. Get to know Dick Bruna’s art, work with shapes and colours or build a work of art.

In twelve thematic areas, toddlers discover the world around them step by step. Dick Bruna’s picture books are the inspiration for these worlds.

Does Miffy’s house look like yours? Crawl and climb through the house and discover all the rooms, puzzle with cakes and sandwiches, take a bath with Barbara Bear, or put Miffy to bed. In the zoo, play with all the animals. Learn the parrots to talk, feel the differences between fur and recognise animal sounds. Never been to a museum before? In ‘the museum’ you will discover what a museum is. Watch out that your arty tower doesn’t fall over!

Listen, see, do!

Activities are organised regularly, such as multilingual readings, guided tours in Dutch Sign Language and low-incentive mornings.

The museum is busy. To facilitate a pleasant visit and avoid disappointment, it is recommended to book a ticket in advance. All tickets are sold in time slots – even on quiet days. This way, your visit will be safe and enjoyable. During school holidays, booking a ticket in advance is compulsory, also for card holders.



  • Cloakroom with children’s coat racks
  • Lockers at various heights
  • Pram parking
  • 2 lifts
  • Breastfeeding room with bottle warmer
  • Baby change table in all toilets
  • Children’s toilet facilities
  • Inclusive toilets with change tables
  • Ramps
  • All play areas are surrounded by plenty of space
  • Scent and tactile displays
  • Wheelchair-friendly tables in the museum cafĂ©
  • Marked room transitions
  • Children’s wheelchair to try out
  • 2 low-sensory rooms
  • Children’s headphones available on loan
  • Overview photos in all theme rooms
  • Colour contrasts
  • Tactile materials and displays in relief
  • Word games include sign language
  • ‘boris and the umbrella’ explained in Dutch sign language

Miffy Museum

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