During the autumn holidays (16 to 24 October) there is plenty to do for families in the Stedelijk Museum. The highlight is the Rabo Family Day on Wednesday. View the program and register!

RABO FAMILY DAY - DIFFERENT THAN DIFFERENT

On Wednesday the 20th of October it's that time again: the annual Rabo Family Day in the Stedelijk! Join us for a festival with your whole family surrounded by world-famous works of art. With workshops, guided tours, a photo booth, and of course the lemonade bar!

The Rabo Family Day is open to all families with children. You do not have to be a Rabobank customer.

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WhatsApp Scavenger Hunt 

Every Sunday

Do you really always have to be on your phone? Yes. Yes, you do. Because in this treasure hunt you’ll receive your clues via WhatsApp from the tour guide! 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.

The WhatsApp treasure hunt can be booked here and is free of charge.*

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Photo: Tomek Whithfield
Photo: Tomek Whithfield

Discover art on the Family Trail

Pick up a Family Trail for free at the Info Desk and discover four amazing art works from our collection. The Family Trail asks you to use your eyes, ears, and nose to find the artworks and challenges you with fun activities. Don’t worry about getting bored – there are plenty of different Family Trails to discover. There are Trails about The Beanery, Cathedra by Barnett Newman , Karel Appel's De Appelbar and the Harrenstein bedroom by Gerrit Rietveld. Available in Dutch and English.

ONLINE WORKSHOP: Create with Ahmed and Yusuf (with a little help of artists)

Feel like having a pyjamas day? Go and create with Ahmed and Yusuf. On their YouTube tutorials they show you how to design your own graffiti tag like artist Mick la Rock. Or let photographer Rineke Dijkstra teach you how to take a great portrait of your mom or dad!