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Opening hours & location
There is always something new to discover at museum van Bommel van Dam. Plan your visit well in advance. Below you will find our opening hours and directions to the museum.
Museum opening hours
Tuesday to Sunday, both days included, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
5911 BX Venlo
The nearest parking locations are Deken van Oppensingel and the Q-Park Arsenaal parking garage. From both locations you can reach us within 5 to 10 minutes. Keep in mind that these parking locations charge a fee, also on Sundays!
How to get here by car
Along all the roads leading to the centre of Venlo, you will find signs to Venlo-Centrum and Station Venlo (the railway station). Follow these signs to park at Deken van Oppensingel or in the Q-Park Arsenaal parking garage.
How to get here by public transport
Are you coming by train or by bus? Get off at the Venlo NS train station. Opposite the station you will see the Limburgs Museum. Cross the roundabout on your left and on the square in front of the Limburgs Museum take a diagonal left turn. The building on your right, with the gold-coloured façade, is museum van Bommel van Dam.
MELLE – Painter of a Different Reality
A walk through the oeuvre of ‘the Amsterdam Hieronymus Bosch'
Melle Oldeboerrigter (1908-1976), also sometimes called ‘the Amsterdam Hieronymus Bosch’, is one of the most enigmatic painters of the 20th century. Not only do his paintings contain alienating scenes, but he did not want to be pigeonholed as an artist either. Yet, he who is elusive runs the risk of remaining misunderstood. With the major retrospective exhibition MELLE – Painter of a Different Reality, museum van Bommel van Dam is bringing the wonderous world of the somewhat forgotten artist back into the spotlight.
MELLE – Painter of a Different Reality has been compiled by guest curator Eliane Odding and can be seen in museum van Bommel van Dam in Venlo from 18 September 2022 to 26 February 2023.
Please note: There is a separate charge for this exhibition.