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FAQs

The LAM is an initiative of the VandenBroek Foundation, which works to make art accessible to a wide audience. The LAM invites you to enjoy art and embark on a journey of discovery.

There are paintings, sculptures, photos, installations, videos and digital art to discover in fresh and thought-provoking ways. Each work is somehow related to food or consumption. You don’t need to know anything about art: it’s all about your personal experience as the viewer. The LAM is ideal for all curious people, from seven to 107.

Don’t expect to see text panels at the LAM. On arrival, we’ll invite you to connect to our Wi-Fi network. Then, via your smartphone, you’ll receive a personal tour that showcases five different works. We don’t overload you with information but inspire you to really look at the art. It’s all about having an open mind and enjoying the exhibits.

FAQs

Visiting

When is the museum open?

We’re open on:

Wednesday (13 – 17)

Friday (13 – 17)

Saturday (11 – 17)

Sunday (11 – 17).

See the schedule under Online Tickets for ticket availability.

How can I purchase tickets?

Tickets are only online available. Sponsored visits to the LAM are available. Although sponsored entry is free, you will still need a ticket. Places are limited. You can choose a date and time via our website.

Can I buy a ticket in advance?

Of course. In fact, that’s the only way to purchase tickets. Places are limited, so be sure to reserve your date and time in advance. Sponsored visits to the LAM are available.

Is my Museum card or ICOM card valid for entry?

Unfortunately, you cannot currently use your Museum card or ICOM card to enter the museum. Sponsored visits to the LAM are available. Reserve a date and time via our website.

Are there discounted rates for children and students?

The museum is open to everyone. Sponsored tickets are available. Always be sure to book your ticket online in advance. A standard ticket costs €7.50 and a child’s ticket is €5. Student discounts are unavailable.

I’ve purchased a ticket but now I won’t be able to use it. What should I do?

The best thing to do is to get in touch with our ticket partner, Ticketcounter: info@ticketcounter.nl. They will be happy to advise you.

Does the museum have a cloakroom or lockers?

A public cloakroom and lockers are available.

Are photographs allowed?

Photography is permitted as long as you do not use a flash, tripod or selfie stick. For press photos and professional filming and photography, please contact the Marketing & Communication department at fbudding@lamlisse.nl.

How long should we allow for our visit?

To get the most from your visit, we think you should allow around 45 – 120 minutes to take a good look at the works of art selected for you. You might like to combine your museum visit with a stroll on the estate or a walk through the Keukenhof Forest. We’d prefer you to head outside fresh and inspired after a short visit, rather than tired and beaten senseless with too many new impressions. And naturally, we hope that you’ll come back again to see the rest of the collection!

I've created an account to save my favourite artworks. Where can I login?

You may not have enough time to take in the videos and other information during your museum tour. Just mark ​​them as ‘favourites’ and you can login to www.laminfo.nl later to experience the works again.

Can I visit with a group?

The LAM is perfect for experiencing together with family members or friends. However, larger group visits are not possible due to the museum’s limited capacity.

At the LAM, visitors are given the opportunity to look at art differently and in greater detail. For example, we offer an extensive digital tour and proactive staff are always available to help. Our staff can provide viewing tips or tell you more about the artworks, the building and the concept behind the LAM. Being part of an organised tour or a large group would therefore not provide extra depth to your visit or make the experience any more unique

Can I visit with a group?

The LAM is perfect for experiencing together with family members or friends. However, larger group visits are not possible due to the museum’s limited capacity.

At the LAM, visitors are given the opportunity to look at art differently and in greater detail. For example, we offer an extensive digital tour and proactive staff are always available to help. Our staff can provide viewing tips or tell you more about the artworks, the building and the concept behind the LAM. Being part of an organised tour or a large group would therefore not provide extra depth to your visit or make the experience any more unique

Children

How old do children need to be to enjoy a visit to the LAM?

Our offer is focused on children aged around seven and above. Younger children are very welcome, but we don’t offer anything aimed at them specifically.

Are prams, pushchairs and strollers permitted in the museum?

Prams, pushchairs, strollers and baby slings are permitted in the museum.

Facilities

Is Wi-Fi available?

The museum is somewhat difficult to reach by public transport. If you intend to come by public transport, please check 9292.nl/en or www.arriva.nl/consumers/from-door-to-door.htm for current travel information. It is a 15-minute walk to the LAM from the Keukenhofdreef bus stop.

Is the museum wheelchair accessible?

The museum is accessible to visitors who use wheelchairs or walking frames. A lift is available. Certain areas of the surrounding estate are more difficult for wheelchair and walking frame users to navigate.

Is there a restaurant in the museum?

There are no cafes or restaurants in the LAM. The Hofboerderij Restaurant (limited opening hours) is located on the Keukenhof Estate just 75 metres from the museum. Het Tussenstation restaurant is a 12-minute walk from the museum and is open daily. There are also plenty of great cafes and restaurants in Lisse town centre.

Is there a museum shop?

The LAM does not have a museum shop.

Can I rent a room in the museum?

Unfortunately, we do not have any museum spaces for rent.

I've lost or forgotten something at the LAM. How can I find out whether it has been handed in?

Send a message to info@lamlisse.nl and hopefully we’ll be able to help.

How to get there

Is the museum easily accessible by public transport?

The museum is somewhat difficult to reach by public transport. If you intend to come by public transport, please check 9292.nl/en or www.arriva.nl/consumers/from-door-to-door.htm for current travel information. It is a 15-minute walk to the LAM from the Keukenhofdreef bus stop.

Is a map of the estate available?

A map of the Keukenhof Estate can be found at the bottom of this page.

Where can I park my car?

Free parking is available in the Keukenhof Estate car park. The car park is marked by the big flags at the roadside, which display ‘Kasteel Keukenhof’.

Where can I park my bike?

Bicycle racks are available in the Keukenhof Estate car park. Cycling is not permitted on the estate.

How do I get to the museum?

Check Google Maps for the best route. You can park your car or bike in the Keukenhof Estate car park.

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