Frequently Asked Questions for STRAAT museum in Amsterdam
What can I expect during a visit to STRAAT museum?
A visit to STRAAT shows you the coolest street art from all over the world. In fact, it features works from famous graffiti artists of no less than 32 different nationalities.
Can I store my backpack?
Free lockers are available, because large objects such as backpacks, umbrellas and suitcases are not allowed in the museum. The same also applies to objects such as markers, spray cans and sharp objects.
Is STRAAT wheelchair friendly?
STRAAT is wheelchair accessible. However, keep in mind that the ground may be uneven as the museum is located in an old welding shed.
Can I bring a stroller?
Yes, you can bring a stroller. However, keep in mind that the floor is uneven.
Can I bring my pet?
Unfortunately, pets are not allowed in STRAAT, with the exception of registered assistance dogs.
Where is STRAAT museum located?
Straat museum is located at NDSM Square 1.
Where can I park near STRAAT?
Parking near the NDSM square is still relatively cheap and accessible. You can park cheaply in the parking garage on the MT Lincolweg. Additionally, you will also find several parking spaces around the NDSM wharf.
Roughly how long does a visit take?
The length of your visit will depend entirely on how long you take the time to stand with the works of art, however you should allow at least 1 1/2 to 2 hours for your visit.
Is STRAAT museum open every day?
Yes, STRAAT is open seven days a week. The museum is open from noon until 5:00 PM on Mondays and 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM every other day.
Do I have to book a ticket in advance, or can I do so at the entrance?
Yes, to enter STRAAT museum you must book a ticket in advance. You must also indicate in advance when you will arrive as the museum will give you a time slot to avoid congestion.
Can I take photos in STRAAT museum?
Yes, you can take photos of the street art in STRAAT as long as your photos are for personal use only. However, tripods, selfie sticks and flash may not be used.