The Dutch Lithography of Museum is located in the centre of Valkenswaard and can easily be reached by car and public transport.
On this page you will find more information about the route to the museum, parking facilities and accessibility for persons with a disability and wheelchair users. The Dutch Lithography of Museum is a museum for everyone!
How to get there?
Nederlands Steendrukmuseum | Dutch Museum of Lithography
Oranje Nassaustraat 8C
5554 AG Valkenswaard
Travelling by public transport
- From train station Eindhoven, take bus 317 or bus 318 towards Valkenswaard, and get off at the bus stop Valkenierstraat. The Dutch Museum of Lithography is within walking distance from this bus stop.
- Walk from the bus stop Valkenierstraat towards the Eindhovenseweg, until the first intersection. Cross the road to the church. Follow the road to the left and then take the first road to the right into Oranje Nassaustraat and the Museum Quarter.
- The Dutch Museum of Lithography is located on the ground floor of the CAROLUS-building.
Travelling by car
Valkenswaard is located near Eindhoven and is easily accessible by car from various directions.
On weekdays, you can park for free in the Carolusdreef and in the Valkeniersstraat, within walking distance (about 5 minutes) from the museum. On Sundays (except for shopping Sundays) and public holidays parking is free.
(Limited) paid parking is available opposite the museum. In the immediate vicinity of the museum, paid parking is available for up to 4 hours.
A coach can drive right up to the museum. Parking for coaches is available at the sports park in Valkenswaard, within cycling distance of the Dutch Museum of Lithography (loan bike available for coach drivers).
The Dutch Museum of Lithography welcomes everyone!
Accessibility for persons with a disability and wheelchair users
- The museum is easily accessible for wheelchair users – there are no thresholds.
- Free entrance for carers.
- For the carer of a visitor who is unable to move through the museum independently, entry to the museum is free of charge.
Dogs and other pets are not allowed in the museum, with the exception of an assistance dog (SoHo dog) or guide dog for the blind (provided the dog is on a leash).
The museum has an adapted toilet for disabled users.