Museumnacht010 2019 is this weekend in Rotterdam! Here’s why you should be grabbing tickets

Did you miss out on Museumnacht010 last year? It’s back again this year for a night filled with art, music, culture, and more! It happens for five hours throughout the night at various locations in the amazing museums in the city! Have an early dinner, because you’re not going to want to miss out on this experience. 

Yup, you heard right, it’s that time of the year again and museums all over Rotterdam will open their doors for you on this unique night. There really is something for everyone and this event is sure to stimulate your senses as some locations offer delicious snacks and cocktails for you to enjoy while you soak in the art, music and cultural performances. What more could you want from a Saturday night?

Look at the after movie from last year! If this doesn’t convince you, I don’t know what will!

Museumnacht010 2018 Aftermovie

Was jij erbij afgelopen zaterdag?! Check hier de aftermovie van Museumnacht010! A night full of surprises!!⚡See you next year! ? Op 2 maart 2019! ?: Ruben Jozias Troost

Geplaatst door Museumnacht010 op Woensdag 7 maart 2018

Why should Museum Night in Rotterdam be on your to-do list?

If the cocktails and art haven’t enticed you already, then you’re going to be a hard sell, however, there’s plenty more where that came from. 😉 Museumnacht010 is unique because it opens out-of-hours, giving you the opportunity to see the museums in a different light (just think of the movie the night at the museum). Sadly, they’ll be no dinosaurs coming to life, but the night itself will certainly be different. Since when have you been sat in a museum sipping a cocktail at midnight, watching a one-off speech or performance? Unless you’ve been to museum night in Rotterdam before, then probably never.

So, how do you go about getting these sort-after tickets?

How do I get tickets for Museumnacht010?

Most of the museums in the city stay open from 8 pm to 1 am to give you an eye-opening experience in each of the 40+ locations. There’s something for everyone this weekend! It happens only once a year, where you can buy a ticket for just 17,50 euros and get access to all the events. Even though it is way past their bedtime, kids get a special discount as well, with just 7,50 euros for the little ones. You can order them online, and already start planning how you want to spend your weekend!

You get a coloured wrist band which allows you entry into all the events, and even the public transport. Then you can use this to go from one location to the next, if you’re too lazy to bike. If you’ve already been to one, you would know how amazing it is. Check out their whole program, and be sure to plan your route because it’s going to be a night you don’t want to miss!

Check out the full program here, and don’t forget to tag @dutchreview or use #dutchreview on your posts when you get there! Maybe we’ll spot each other 😉 

I have to try once more to convince you. See their after movie from 2017 😉

Aftermovie Museumnacht010 2017

Heb je Museumnacht010 | 2018 al in je agenda staan? Over een maandje zijn we er weer! Om alvast in de stemming te komen: dit was de aftermovie van vorig jaar! Wel weer toe aan zo'n avondje cultuurhoppen? Koop nu je tickets voor editie 2018 op 3 maart > ? ?

Geplaatst door Museumnacht010 op Zondag 4 februari 2018

Let us know in the comments if you already know where you’re going or if you have any suggestions!

Emma Brown
Emma Brown
A familiar face at DutchRevew. Emma arrived in Holland in 2016 for a few weeks, fell in love with the place and never left. Here she rekindled her love of writing and travelling. Now you'll find her eating stroopwafels in the DutchReview office since 2017.


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