Who would associate the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam Central Station and the Kasteel de Haar in Haarzuilen with the city of Roermond? After all, these are the best-known works by architect and designer Pierre Cuypers. And did you know that Cuypers also restored the 'Ridderzaal' in The Hague? And that includes the throne on which the Dutch King speaks every year.

Cuypershuis Roermond

The Cuypershuis in Roermond is the former home and workshop of architect and designer Pierre Cuypers (1827 -1921). He was born and raised in Roermond. In the Cuypershuis Museum you can learn more about this famous architect and about living and working in the 19th century. Here you will find a permanent exhibition as well as various temporary exhibitions. Get to know Pierre Cuypers: his life and work as an architect and how he was a source of inspiration for many, but also how he used his house as a showroom of his work. You will see topics that were important for the designer of the 19th century as well as current ones. In short: The Cuypershuis is a constantly changing experience for everyone!

Opening hours

Tuesday to Sunday 11 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., as well as the Monday after Easter and Whit Monday.

Closed: Mondays, January 1, during Carnival (Sunday through Tuesday), Easter Sunday, Whit Sunday, “Koningsdag,” and December 25 and 26.


Children up to age 6:


Children and teens from age 7 to 18:

€ 4,-


€ 6,-

Holders of a “Museumkaart' / ICOM / “Rembrandtkaart en Vrienden”:


How to reach us

Roermond is easy to reach by car, bus or train. From Roermond station, follow the signs into town to the Cuypershuis.
Limited parking is available near the museum. Paid parking is a 10-minute walk from the Roercenter and the Theaterhotel De Oranjerie. Click here for all parking spaces in Roermond.

The entrance for wheelchair users is located near the main entrance of the museum. You have a large or electric wheelchair? Then please contact us before your visit.