Address and opening hours
Jongkindstraat 12, Rotterdam
Tuesday - Sunday: 11.00 - 17.00
Closed on Mondays, New Year's Day, King's Day, Christmas Day
Open on Boxing Day. Open on 24 December and 31 december until 16.00
The Sonneveld House provides limited access to disabled persons. The house is not accessible for baby wagons and wheelchairs. Please contact Het Nieuwe Instituut for more information: 010-4401200 or email@example.com
Adults: € 14.00
Children and under 18s: free
Friends of Het Nieuwe Instituut: free
European Youth Card (CJP) / students: € 7.00
Museumkaart, ICOM/ICAM, BankGiro Loterij VIP-KAART, Rotterdampas, Rembrandt Card: free
Museumpark combi ticket (for Het Nieuwe Instituut, Chabot Museum, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Kunsthal Rotterdam and Het Natuurhistorisch): € 27.50
Rotterdam Welcome Card: € 9.00
The ticket of Het Nieuwe Instituut also provides access to the Sonneveld House, and vice versa.
A free audio tour is available for all visitors to Sonneveld Museum House. During the tour you can walk through the house at your leisure and experience the modern surroundings in which the Sonneveld family lived.
In the “Lodging with Leonard” audio tour, children can discover Sonneveld Museum House in a playful manner. Leonard, the grandchild of Mr and Mrs Sonneveld, takes children on a voyage of discovery as he shares with them all the secrets of the house. Children also receive a small suitcase containing items that illustrate Leonard’s story.
Group visits are limited to 15 visitors a group and at least one mentor per 15 students. Students (to 18 years) and mentors have free admission to the house. Please announce your visit in advance to the Service Centre. Information and reservations via 010-4401200 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Huis Sonneveld is a house museum where museum pieces such as precious glassware and works of art form part of the interior. The Nieuwe Instituut has opted not to place these objects in showcases in order not to disrupt the atmosphere in the house and to create as authentic an interior as possible. Instead, the most precious objects are protected with sound alarms that go off when someone gets too close. We ask that you take the vulnerability of the house, interior and objects into account and respect the house rules that serve to maintain and protect them.
- Wearing slippers over your shoes is required.
- Coats and bags must be stored in the lockers or on the coat hook.
- Cabinets and doors may be opened but keep sufficient distance from the works of art and other objects.
- Please do not touch the objects. The slightest contact could result in damage.
- Eating and drinking in the house is not permitted.
- You may take photographs but not with a tripod.
- Phone calls are not permitted.
- Be considerate of other visitors.
- Follow the instructions of the staff.
Please be aware that CCTV is used throughout the house