Rainy day and want to get off the sofa? You can always visit the Stedelijk! There is lots to do in the museum this autumn. Surprising and fun activities that will help you discover new things about your family and about art of course 😃 Scroll down to see what's on offer.


Every Sunday, free of charge, 10.30 am – 12.30 pm

So, who can spot the dancing lady? And where exactly is that mysterious bird hiding? It takes some detective skills to spot the funny details in the most beautiful works of art. So let's get cracking! This treasure hunt is free of charge and you can involve your whole family. However, we do ask you to book your free ticket, so we know you're coming.

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Everyday, free of charge, for kids

Lux the firefly lives in the museum and flies around at night when all the lights are out. And the artworks love that because they're a bit afraid of the dark. But now the firefly has lost his light! Who can help Lux to get his light back? On their quest, children visit eight works of art and see all kinds of fantastic things. From a magic ring to hidden faces! From works of art that produce sounds to art that makes you dance... but will you be able to find the light? 

The children's tour can be followed at Tomorrow is a Different Day. Collection 1980–now. At the entrance you can grab an audio player or scan a QR code with your phone to listen. The audio tour is easy to follow—scan the squares with KIDS on them, using the audio player or your phone. 

The tour is available every day in Dutch and English. 


Every day, free of charge, for the whole family 

Is waste worthless? Not at all! You can experience all kinds of new things. Many artists and creators do that. Now you can get to work yourself in our lovely LAVFA LAB. You can make the most beautiful mosaics from the waste of the museum. And you can even go down the slide in the museum!

In the LAVFA LAB, developed by the creative collective Hotmamahot, you can experiment with magnified atoms. Dive into the plastic infinity pool and have fun with the particles inside the lab. What do you make of it?

Img: Claire Bontje
Img: Claire Bontje