The Tsar Peter House is temporarily closed due to the governmental measurements against the corona virus. We hope to welcome you in the near future.
Info & Tickets
Welcome to the Tsar Peter House! We hope that you’ll come visit us soon. Plan your visit here.
Book your ticket online and reserve your starting time for a visit to our museum.
We look forward to welcoming you in our museum again. Our main priority is making sure you can have a safe and fun museum visit. We have implemented the following measures to guarantee your safe and fun visit to our museum:
- The rule to keep 1.5-metres distance applies in the entire museum. Our special museum route will guide you through the whole museum. A limited number of people can be in the museum at one time.
- The Tsar Peter House adheres to the hygiene and safety protocols laid down by the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), the government, and the Netherlands Museum Association.
- Stay at home if you are displaying symptoms of a possible infection with the virus (a cold, sore throat, or fever). You can rebook your tickets free of charge. If you come to the museum while displaying symptoms of a possible infection with the virus, then we cannot grant you entry to the building.
Tuesday to Thursday 10 AM – 5 PM
Closed on Mondays, 25 December, and 1 January
From the direction of Amsterdam
Follow the A8 motorway from Amsterdam towards Zaanstad, and take the exit for Zaanstad-Zuid. Follow the signs to ‘Zaandam Centrum’.
Leave the train at Zaandam railway station and walk to the Tsar Peter House (approx. 15 minutes). Walk via Gedempte Gracht to Dam. Then continue to Krimp along the right-hand side. The Tsar Peter House is at the end of Krimp.
For more information about travelling by train: www.ns.nl
From Amsterdam Central Station: take bus number 392 or 394 to the centre of Zaandam, alighting at bus stop Gedempte Gracht. Walk to the Tsar Peter House, which is just a few minutes away.
For more information about travelling by bus: www.connexxion.nl
The Tsar Peter House has limited access for disabled visitors. The stone shell around the house and the on-site presentation are reasonably accessible; the wooden house is not accessible to wheelchair users and wheeled walker users.
A few paid parking places are available directly next to the Tsar Peter House, however, these are not official disabled parking places.
Visit the website Zaanstad parking policy for further information (available in Dutch only).
Children aged 4 to 17 years: €2
Children aged 0 to 3 years: free
Museum pass: free
65+, Students & CJP: €2.50
Schools, per pupil €1.50