De Gouden Eeuw van de Vliet
8 September untill 2 December
Visual arts
Voorburg: artists’ village
Prinses Marianne
a life of love and art
Romans on the Vliet Canal
Roman discoveries

Museum Swaensteyn

Your visit
Please note

The museum is closed on Saturday September 1st, Mondays and public holidays.


Adults                                       €6
Children aged 6 to 18                €3
Children aged 5 and younger     free
Museumkaart                            free
Members Museum Swaensteyn  free
CJP/Cultuurkaart                        €3

Ticket includes a free audio guide for adults or children. 

Opening times

13.00 – 17.00

The museum is closed on Saturday September 1st, Mondays and public holidays.

The museum is closed on Mondays and public holidays.

Adress & Route

Museum Swaensteyn
Herenstraat 101
2271 CC Voorburg
Telephone +31 (0)70 386 1673

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What is there to see?
Permanent exhibition

Forum Hadriania, Princess Marianne and the art and culture of Leidschendam-Voorburg are a part of the main collection.

What's On

Voorburg Sculptuur; Hofwijck, Museum Swaensteyn, Huygenskwartier Voorburg

Welcome at Museum Swaensteyn

Museum Swaensteyn is the house of history, art and culture in Voorburg and Leidschendam. The museum is established in the Notary house in the Herenstraat, one of the oldest buildings in the historical centre of Voorburg. The Museum presents at least four temporary exhibitions a year. The Romans, Forum Hadriani and the extraordinary life of Princess Marianne of the Netherlands are also a part of the main Collection.

Guided Tours

You want to visit Museum Swaensteyn with a private tour guide? Or do you want to organize a lesson for your students. We can arrange it for you!

City beacons

On several places in Leidschendam-Voorburg, you will find information on the city beacons. This beacons show information about historical events, buildings, persons or developments.


The Museum offers two lessons for children; ‘Maak kennis met kunst’ en ‘Terug naar de Romeinen’.