Sneak peek: The first art depot in the world accessible to public


His Majesty King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands will open Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam this coming Friday. But Inside Rotterdam already took a sneak peek in this amazing new landmark.   The idea of ​​a new building to safeguard the art collection was first whispered about in 2004. After the first pile was sunk […]

Night at the Museum

Museumnacht010 Squeezed into one night, all of Rotterdam’s art and culture will be available for you at Museumnight 010. Over 40 museums and cultural institutions in Rotterdam open their doors between 8pm and 1am. With only one ticket, you can enjoy several exhibitions, shows and parties. Have a look at the website to see the […]

Object Rotterdam

Affiliated to Art Rotterdam, Object Rotterdam is a fair for contemporary design and will run alongside this week’s events. Located in the HAKA building, a striking piece of modern architecture, you will find the latest limited editions and one-offs from well-known and upcoming designers. Object Rotterdam is the place to be for cutting-edge designs, crafts, […]

Bauhaus in the Netherlands

This week ‘nederland ⇄ bauhaus – pioniers van een nieuwe wereld’ (pioneers of a new world) will open, with more than 800 Bauhaus objects. It is the last major exhibition at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen before a major renovation. On Saturday 9 February, the day of the opening, the museum is free for everyone! 2019 will mark […]

A Week Full of Art

Art Rotterdam Art Rotterdam is a renowned and diverse art fair. The annual fair offers a stage to the newest developments in visual art. For many art lovers, Art Rotterdam is becoming the moment to obtain magnificent works of art. During these 5 days the entire city is alive with exquisite museum exhibitions, site fairs, […]

From Estate to Museum Park

The history of Museumpark [dt_gap height=”10″ /] Words by Evelien Baks [dt_gap height=”10″ /] It was only 100 years ago that the area now widely known as Museumpark was just ordinary farmland. Yet this farmland had far-from-ordinary owners: the extremely wealthy Van Hoboken family. Their old estate now houses six museums, and becoming a very […]



Delfshaven If you really want to see how Rotterdam used to be, go to Delfshaven where it feels as if time has stood still. This is the place where sailor and folk hero Piet Hein was born in 1577, and where the pilgrim fathers set off in the 17th century for the long journey to […]