Noordbrabants Museum – Verwerstraat 41, ‘s-Hertogenbosch

Year-round: the permanent exhibition of ancient art includes works by a number of followers of Bosch and works by Pieter Breughel den Oude. In addition, the Brabant period of Vincent van Gogh is highlighted in detail. For other exhibitions, see the website of the museum.

Opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday 11.00 -17.00


Design Museum – De Mortel 4, ‘s-Hertogenbosch

From March 1 to July 1: The dark sides of beauty. In his grotesque and sometimes macabre films, Bart Hess explores the boundaries between seduction and disgust or horror. For other exhibitions: see museum website.

Opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday 11.00 -17.00

Museum Slager – Choorstraat 8, ‘s-Hertogenbosch

April 10-July 10: Just as Bosch Parade enters into a dialogue with the work of Bosch, here Joris Gaymans enters into a dialogue with the work of Tom Slager.

From July 17 at this location: Winking at Jeroen.

Opening hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11.00 -17.00, Sunday 13.00-17.00


Jan van Hoof Galerie – Vughterweg 58-60, ‘s-Hertogenbosch

From June 12 to July 3: paintings by Wim Biewenga and ceramic objects by Joris Link (3x participant in Bosch Parade). Between the works you can enjoy a fabulous view of the Bossche Broek; the vast landscape that inspired Jheronimus Bosch!

Opening hours: Friday, Saturday and Sunday 14.00 – 18.00


Kunstlocatie Würth – Het Sterrenbeeld 35 ‘s-Hertogenbosch

On display throughout the year: works by Christo and Jeanne-Claude from the Würth Collection. Just as world-renowned and as groundbreaking as Bosch was in his day.

Opening hours: Sunday-Friday 11.00-17-00


Werkwarenhuis – Tramkade 22-24, ‘s-Hertogenbosch

May 25 – June 12: Appèl Galeries brings together 7 galleries with their relations and their artists. A new visual experience and space for reflection.

June 30-July 3: Graduationshow AKV Sint Joost: a new batch of Jheronimussen handily brought together.

Opening hours: Thursday & Friday 10.00 -17.00, Sunday 14.00-17.00 –


Kunstruimte De Melkfabriek – Guldenvliesstraat 4a, ‘s-Hertogenbosch

Until June 5: Unprecedented with young artists presenting.

From June 8 – June 19: a project around “sex” by Bram van Dries with different artists.

Opening hours: Thursday and Friday 10.00 -17.00, Sunday 14.00-17.00


Willem Twee

Kunstruimte – Bosdijkstraat 100, ‘s-Hertogenbosch

June 4 – July 17, 2022: Beyond Printed Matter, another way of looking at printmaking. Artists experiment with various printing techniques and incorporate them in (video) installations, paintings or performances (in collaboration with Grafisch Atelier Den Bosch).


June 4 – July 24, 2022: Mirror Mirror

Surprising connections between works by 6 artists from Willem Twee.

Opening hours: Monday-Friday 9.00 – 17.30, Saturday and Sunday 11.00-17.30


Huis 73 – Hinthamerstraat 74, ‘s-Hertogenbosch

May 30-June 6: In Huis 73, Russian artist Alena Kogan is working on her work Configurations, with which she participates in Bosch Parade.

A group exhibition of participants in the House 73 Art Prize, this year dedicated to the 800th anniversary of the Cathedral, will be on view in St. John’s during this period.

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Jheronimus Bosch Art Center – Jeroen Boschplein 2, ‘s-Hertogenbosch

Year-round: stunning full-size digital reproductions of all of Bosch’s paintings.

Opening hours Tuesday-Sunday 11.00 -17.30, Sunday 13.00-17.00


Huis van Bosch – Markt 29, ’s-Hertogenbosch

Year-round: be taken through the life of Hieronymus Bosch as a child, as a diligent student of his father and as an exceptionally talented painter in the house where he spent his childhood.

Opening hours Tuesday-Sunday 10.00 -16.00


Zwanenbroedershuis – Hinthamerstraat 94, ‘s-Hertogenbosch

Year-round: Hieronymus Bosch was a member of the Illustre Lieve Vrouwe Brotherhood, founded in 1318.  The Swan Brother House was built in 1847 but the brotherhood has been housed here since 1483.

Opening hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurday and Sunday, just for one tour per day at 14.00. Make a reservation via Kring Vrienden ‘s-Hertogenbosch (