Our most frequently asked questions are answered below.
The renovation of the Miffy museum will start from November 1. The museum will be expanded with various themed rooms, will have its own café and a theater experience. From November 12, the museum will temporarily open at a different location in the city, at Oudegracht 167. Due to the move, the museum will be closed for two weeks (between November 1-12). The renewed museum on Agnietenstraat is expected to open in the summer of 2022.
10:00 to 17:00 from Tuesday to Sunday. The museum is closed on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and King’s Day. It is open on Easter Monday and Whit Monday.
The Miffy Museum is specially designed for children aged 2 to 6.
Select the day of your visit in the ticket shop. The current availability per time slot is displayed after you select a day. Choose the time slot that suits you best. The chosen time slot is treated as your arrival time. We kindly request you to stay a maximum of 1,5 hours .
Weekends and school holidays tend to be busy days. The museum is regularly sold out on busy days.
Only when not all tickets are sold online. We strongly recommend to buy tickets online to avoid disappointment. Go to the ticketshop
Bus 2 stops almost outside the door (Centraal Museum stop).
A small number of parking places is available on Nicolaaskerkhof, just across the street from the Miffy Museum. We recommend parking in one of the parking garages. The closest parking garages are Vaartsche Rijn and Springweg. Both at about ten minutes walking distance. There are two disabled parking spaces near the museum.
Miffy Museum shares its shop and café with Centraal Museum, just across the street. The café can only be visited with a COVID certificate. The opening hours are the same as for the Miffy Museum. Please remember that you cannot enter or re-enter the Miffy Museum after the arrival time on your ticket has expired. That’s why it’s better to visit the shop and café before or after your visit to the Miffy Museum.
Tickets are only valid for the day indicated on the ticket. The time slot indicated on the ticket is your arrival time. Make sure you’re at the museum in time. It is not possible to enter or re-enter the museum after the arrival time on your ticket has expired. We therefore recommend that you schedule your visit to the museum shop or café before or after your visit to the museum. You can buy a ticket online. To the ticketshop.
Tickets are sent to you by email. It may take some time before you receive your tickets. In case you did not receive email, please check your spambox. If it’s not in your spambox either, please contact the museum via firstname.lastname@example.org or call +31302362399 (Tue – Sun, 10:00 – 14:00 hrs).
Unfortunately, it is not possible to return or exchange your ticket. So be sure to plan your visit carefully!
Museum card holders also need an admission ticket in addition to their Museumcard. Making online reservations is easy: go to the ticket shop, choose a day and time, and select a free ticket for museum card holders. You will receive the ticket by email.
Booking online is not obligated, but to avoid dissapointment, we suggest to make a reservation. Making online reservations is easy: go to the ticket shop, choose a day and time, and select a free ticket for every Utrecht Region Pass holder in your party. The passes will be scanned. Don’t forget to bring them with you.
No, the unique qr-code on each ticket can be scanned from the screen of your smartphone or tablet.
The ‘Miffy lives here’ projection created by Mr. Beam will be displayed every evening from 31 October 2021 between 17.15 and 23.00 hrs.
Then please contact us. Our contact details can be found on our contact page.
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