The Netherlands Photo Museum is a museum dedicated to Photography that is situated in Rotterdam, Netherlands. The museum was originally established in 1989 as the Netherlands Photo Archive but was reborn as the Photo Museum in 2003. The museum's collection consists of many historical, social and cultural images from the 20th and 21st century, from the Netherlands and abroad. The museum displays a large part of its photo collections and also has short films and educational activities available for visitors to participate with.
The museum is situated in the port area of Rotterdam. The D and E metro lines run close to the museum stopping at ‘Wilhelminaplein’. The B11 bus also stops close by.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open six days of the week, 11am-5pm Tuesday to Sunday. Admission is set at 14 euros for adults, 7 euros for 18-25s and free for under 18s.