Frans Hals Museum

Hof – Groot Heiligland 62
2011 ES Haarlem
The Netherlands
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday 11am–5pm,
Sunday 12–5pm
T +31 23 511 5775

The Frans Hals Museum is a museum in the North Holland city of Haarlem, the Netherlands, founded in 1862, known as the Art Museum of Haarlem. Its collection is based on the city’s own rich collection, built up from the 16th century onwards.


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