Museums, galleries and the special Customs House have varying exhibitions throughout the year. The listed buildings lend the harbour a nautical atmosphere. The Groote Kerk and the Immanuel Church regularly host wonderful (organ) concerts. The theatres in Maassluis offer a variety of programmes with shows, plays and musical performances. 

A great night out in Maassluis

Theatre Koningshof is the bustling home of Maassluis, offering a wide range of theatre shows as well as a stage for a whole host of activities. Theatre shows cater to young and old alike. Cabaret, theatre, music, comedy theatre. A marvellous modern theatre where everyone feels at home! Also, there is a modest historical theatre where small performances are held. The Schuurkerk Theatre is an exceptionally beautiful building!

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For the art lovers - Discover beautiful art in one of our museums or studios!

Dutch National Towage Museum Maassluis

Nestled in a beautiful spot on the Stadhuiskade, you will find the National Towage Museum. A unique museum because it is the only museum in the world with a focus on towage. Learn everything about the history and development of the Dutch Towage Company in the broadest terms. Take, for example, sea rescues, salvage, diving and offshore work. And at the back of the building, you can also take stunning pictures outdoors of the harbour, ships and historic buildings. This is guaranteed to make your visit to Maassluis truly unforgettable!


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Art Lending Library Maassluis

More and more private individuals, companies and institutions choose to lease art to beautify their interiors. In Maassluis, this can be done through the Stichting Kunstuitleen Maassluis, a foundation that runs the art lending library. It manages a collection of no less than 500 works of art. Apart from paintings, prints and etchings, the collection also includes sculptures and other artefacts. Often, if someone can no longer part with a piece of art, buying it is also an option. The Art Lending Library runs entirely on volunteers and is definitely worth a visit!


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