‘Zaandam is particularly remarkable and there is enough to paint here for a lifetime. Houses in all colours, hundreds of windmills and delightful boats.’ Claude Monet wrote to his friend and painter Pissarro after arriving in Zaandam on 2 June 1871. Captivated by these motifs, his stay would ultimately last a full four months.
Zaandam is particularly remarkable and there is enough to paint here for a lifetime. Houses in all colours, hundreds of windmills and delightful boats.

Claude Monet wrote to his friend and painter Pissarro after arriving in Zaandam on 2 June 1871. Captivated by these motifs, his stay would ultimately last a full four months.

Opening hours

Entrance

Adress

Wednesday till Sunday 12:00 – 17:00 hr.

During seasonal holidays the opening hours may differ.
This will be mentioned on our website.

Free Entry

The MonetAtelier is situated in the centre of Zaandam, within walking distance from the main station, a bus stop on the corner, parking nearby and even a boat connection to and from Amsterdam.

+31 (0)75 7722255
info@monetinzaandam.nl

Public transport

Car

Boat

Train: Walk from Station Zaandam along the Gedempte Gracht or take the bus.
Bus: line 64, 69, 392 or 394, bus stop Gedempte Gracht.

We advise to park your car on De Burcht, an easy 5 minutes walk from the MonetAtelier

Landing of the ferry between Amsterdam C.S. and Zaandam within an easy walk.
The ferry sails on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday between May 4 – 1 October 2017.
There’s a connecting ferry to the Zaanse Schans and Zaans Museum
Click here for schedule