The Museum

The Museum of Contemporary Tibetan at its time, it is the first one in Europe and worldwide, to house and exhibit Contemporary Tibetan Art.  It was founded in 2017 by the Tibetan Artist Tashi Norbu along with Leela Eleni Skitsa and Team, working ever since on professionalizing the Museum. Transmitting ideological concepts and manifesting the Buddhist philosophy. Preserving the imprints of Tibetan Art and Culture, attracting interest related to the voice of Tibet, its land, its culture. Providing the public with inspiring activities on the Tibetan culture through its collection, exhibitions, workshops and events.

In October 2022 the Museum became officially, part of the circle of Dutch Museums in the Netherlands. It met the high-quality criteria and the ICOM (International code of Ethics for Museums) ,-for setting standards for the practice of Museum professionals;  recognizing the values shared by the international Museum Community-.

Plan your visit

- Opening hours:   Wed to Sun 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

- Entrance fee + optional audiotour
adult: € 7,50
Students: € 5,00 *student card required

- You can pay cash or use your card in our museum

Closed on the following days: 27 April Kings day, 1e Eastern day, 1e Pinksterdag, Ascension Day, 25/26 - 31 December, 1 Januari

We thank you for visiting and we hope to welcome you in our wonderful museum.

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