All exhibitions in chronological order

All ongoing or expected exhibitions are listed below in chronological order. The exhibitions which are to end first are listed above. To plan your visit for a specific day, please consult the date planner on the right for the current selection of exhibitions.

Exhibitions (8)

  • Redesigning Centraal Museum

    Which parts of the museum are open during renovation?

    1 September 2014 until 20 February 2015

    Centraal Museum

    Centraal Museum is undergoing an extensive renovation. Between September 2014 and February 2015 Expo ...

  • Fashion, the muscial

    Piet Paris selects from museum collection

    7 June 2014 until 30 November 2014

    Centraal Museum

    Fashion illustrator Piet Paris is guest curator for Centraal Museum. More than 150 items ...

  • Saba Tark: Nomads of the World

    HKU in the New Utrecht Galleries

    13 September 2014 until 30 November 2014

    Centraal Museum

    This is the first in a series of exhibitions in which Centraal Museum and ...

  • Archeologists at work

    11 October 2011 until 4 January 2015

    Centraal Museum

    The attic of the Centraal Museum is home to the famous archaeological collection of ...

  • Klaarhamer volgens Rietveld

    "Vakman, voorganger en vernieuwer"

    20 December 2014 until 22 March 2015

    Centraal Museum

    Gerrit Rietveld beschouwde Piet Klaarhamer als zijn leermeester en voorbeeld. Klaarhamer raakte enigszins in ...

  • Pleasure and piety

    The Art of Joachim Wtewael (1566-1638)

    21 February 2015 until 25 May 2015

    Centraal Museum

    Centraal Museum is organising the first monographic exhibition on Joachim Wtewael, in collaboration with ...

  • Sport is play - Dick Bruna

    6 March 2014 until 5 July 2015

    dick bruna huis

    Sports are fun! The younger you actually start, the better. This exhibition on the ...

  • This is Centraal Museum

    Masterpieces from the collection

    29 September 2012 until 1 September 2015

    Centraal Museum

    Utrecht is a cultural magnet. It has been for over 2000 years. Artists, artisans ...


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