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Museum De Pont is housed in a former woolen mill building. It is a museum of contemporary art that is named after entrepreneur and lawyer John Pont, whose inheritence provided funds for the promotion of contemporary art. The museum collection consists of about six hundred works, among others by Ai Weiwei, Marlene Dumas and Anish Kapoor. The main part consists of photography and works on paper.

Alternative name:

nl De Pont

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Museum De Pont
Wilhelminapark 1
5041 EA Tilburg

Museum type(s)

Art & Design

Topics

Contemporary art

Visitor information

Opening hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday 11:00 am – 05:00 pm
Wednesday 11:00 am – 05:00 pm
Thursday 11:00 am – 08:00 pm
Friday 11:00 am – 05:00 pm
Saturday 11:00 am – 05:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am – 05:00 pm

Notes

Every third Thursday of the month also open from 5-8 pm, with free admission (not in July and August).

Closed on Monday, but open on Boxing Day, Easter Monday and White Monday. Closed on December 2...

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Admission

0 - 17 Free
18 and over €10.00
CJP Pass Free
Museumkaart Valid
Rembrandtkaart Valid
School students up to 18 years old €35.00
Groups of 15+ €6.00
Students €5.00
ICOM Free
AICA Free
CIMAM Free

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Facilities


  • Coffee

  • Restaurant

  • Museum shop

  • Credit card

  • Parking

Location

Wilhelminapark 1, Tilburg, The Netherlands

Exhibitions

Current

to

All exhibitions

Reviews

Museum De Pont has 2 ratings.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 Apr 11, 2017
(Review in Dutch)

Museum De Pont beschikt over een mooie tentoonstellingsruimte in een voormalige textielfabriek. Het museale en het industrieel erfgoed is er mooi in balans, met een erg veelzijdige moderne collectie werken. Het museum is net buiten het centrum te vinden en is mede daardoor erg goed te bereiken met de auto. Ook is er een ruime parkeerplaats. Bezoekje meer dan waard!

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