The Cuypershuis is a contemporary museum about Pierre Cuypers, an architect and designer from Roermond who lived from 1827 till 1921. The museum building is part of the collection as well. It was designed by Pierre Cuypers in 1853 and he and his family used to live here.
The collection of the Cuypershuis consists of a wide diversity of objects like statues, drawings, paintings and templates.
The exposition shows all the facets of the person Cuypers: the designer, architect, artist, propagandist, organizer, innovative craftsman and idealist. Always driven.
In this way, both his professional and his personal side is portrayed
The Cuypershuis shows various temporary expositions for the whole family, young and old. These expositions elaborate on subjects from the permanent exposition. Other expositions are about historical subjects related to Cuypers or about contemporary interior design.
Thuesday – Sunday from 11:00h to 16:30h
– January 1st
– Carnival Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday
– Good Friday
– Easter Sunday
– the Pentecost
– December 25th and 26th
Adults: € 6,00
Children (< 6 year): free
Youth (7 – 18 year) and 65+ : € 4,00
Groups (> 15 pers.): € 4,00
CJP: € 2,00
Friends, Museumkaart, ICOM, Rembrandtkaart: free
A guided group tour through the Cuypershuis is available upon request. Check the website for detailed info.
Parking near the museum is limited. There is pay parking at Station Roermond (P+R Veeladingstraat), the Roercenter, and Theaterhotel de Oranjerie at 10 minutes walking distance.
Pierre Cuypersstraat 1
6041 XG, Roermond