INFO

Bosch Parade will sail at Thursday 16th at 8 pm,  Friday 17th at 8 pm, Saturday 18th at 8 pm and Sunday 19thof June 2022 at 3 pm. Halfway along the route at terrace Bolwerk (see image of route), the first works will pass by around 8:30 pm. End point is in Garden of Earthly Delights on the Citadel. The performances of Bosch Parade are the same every day. We present a closing show in the Garden of Earthly Delights at Thursday, Friday and Saturdayevening.

TICKETS

Bosch Parade is free to visit, for the Garden of Earthly Delights an entrance ticket is required from June 16. Like previous editions, Bosch Parade 2022 promises to be crowded, with the best spots in the grass on the banks quickly taken. Fortunately, we have thought of a solution: the Bosch Parade terraces. Do you want to be sure of the best view and see the parade pass you by at close quarters? Then reserve a seat on one of these four terraces.

Buy your tickets here

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

The Garden of Earthly Delights is open daily from 26 May to 19 June from 1 pm to 11pm; on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays until twelve o’clock at night.

Restaurant LA CUCINA DELL’ INFERNO is open daily from 3 pm to 11 pm. During Bosch Parade on Thursday 16th, Friday 17th and Saturday 18th of June both the Garden of Eartly Delights and the restaurant are open until twelve o’clock at night.

On May 26-29, Panama Pictures will present the spectacular performance Weight of Wonder, daily at 4 pm and 8 pm.

Access to the Garden of Earthly Delights is free until 15 June.

During the Parade Days (16-19 June), admission costs €6.50 (excluding booking fee). A ticket for one of the terraces along the Bosch Parade route will get you free admission.

On June 16, 17 and 18 you can witness the Closing show in the Garden of Delights, which will begin when the last vessel of the parade arrives.

The Garden of Delights is accessible for our disabled guests, with the exception of the hot tubs which are only accessible by stairs.

VISIT DEN BOSCH

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