26 November 2023

Book a private tour

Book a private tour through the Wereldmuseum Berg en Dal.

A guide to yourself for three quarters of an hour… We offer a unique opportunity to take a tour with one of our guides. Immerse yourself in a journey through the collection and the compounds and ask our guide everything you’ve always wanted to know! As a museum we’re keen to promote dialogue. The exhibitions and objects all have a human story to tell that deserves to be heard and discussed. And our tour guides are the ideal conversation partners!

When booking a private tour, you can choose one of the following options:

  • An interactive tour through the entire museum, from inside to outdoors. This offers something for everyone and is also suitable for families (from 6 years and upwards).
  • A tour through the temporary exhibition: Healing Power.

How to book a private tour:

  • You can reserve the tour and the entry tickets via:
  • Reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance. Please state your name, telephone number, address, email address, the number of people and the desired date and time. 
  • You will receive a confirmation by mail.
  • A tour of 60 minutes costs €60 (Monday to Friday) or €75 (in the weekend), excluding entrance fee. Please pay at the desk on the day of your visit (preferably by pin or contactless). 

Other important information:

  • A private tour is a tour for a maximum of 15 people.
  • The tours are available from 10 am to 5 pm, Mondays through Sundays (subject to availability).
  • Visitors can change or cancel their bookings free of charge up to two weeks prior to the date of their visit by applying in writing to Later cancellations will be subject to an annulment fee. 

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