Museum De Lakenhal
Museum De Lakenhal wants to have as many different people as possible to look at Leiden's past. In the beautifully restored museum complex, a rich selection from the collection of visual arts, crafts and history can be seen on the basis of seven core stories.
Museum De Lakenhal is the museum for visual art, history and crafts in the city of Leiden. The city's past is highlighted in seven collection presentations, including The Cradle of the Golden Age, Leiden University City, The Siege and Relief of Leiden and Seven Centuries of Leids Laken. The internationally renowned collection contains numerous highlights such as Lucas van Leyden's 'Last Judgment' (1526-27), beautiful stained glass and paintings by Rembrandt and his contemporaries. Due to the special encounters between past and present that take place here, Museum De Lakenhal is a source of inspiration for everyone!
Within half an hour you can reach Museum De Lakenhal by public transport. Sassenheim railway station is just a 10-minute walk from our hotel. There is a direct train connection from Sassenheim NS Station to Leiden Central Station. This train leaves four times an hour. From Leiden Central Station you can reach Museum De Lakenhal within 10 minutes on foot.
It is also possible to reach Museum De Lakenhal by bus. You can use a direct Arriva bus connection (Qliner 50). The nearest bus stop (7 minutes walk) from our hotel is Bus stop Viaduct, Warmond. The bus leaves four times an hour and stops in front of Leiden Central Station. From here, the museum can be reached within 10 minutes.
By car you can reach Museum De Lakenhal within 15 minutes from Hotel Van der Valk Sassenheim-Leiden. The nearest parking garage is Parking Lammermarkt, which is a two-minute walk from the museum.
Rent a bike
Would you rather get on a bike? Then this is also possible, because you are already at the museum within half an hour! The bicycle rental of our hotel offers various top quality bicycles, both regular and electric bicycles are ready for you!
Read more and order your tickets: Museum De Lakenhal.