Graphic heritage comes to life at GRID Graphic Museum Groningen, which is less than a minute’s walk from the Martini Tower and the Grote Markt. Visit the alternating exhibition, the print shop and book bindery or try it yourself in one of our workshops! In our store you can find all sorts of items related to graphic art and history. Is the weather nice? Than take the typographical exploration tour through the city center.
In accordance with government regulations to manage the limited capacity in our museum, entry to GRID is by ticket only.Get tickets
10 March – 13 September 2020
14 March – 13 September 2020
Please note that the exhibition information is in Dutch, our apologies for the inconvenience. You can contact us at +31 (0)50-5256497 in case of any questions.Exhibition programme
The range of activities is adapted to the current situation.
At the moment we offer a workshop for 2 or a group of up to 5 people (from the same household) twice a day. You can find an overview of upcoming workshops in our calender. When a workshop is fully booked this is indicated at the bottom of the book button of the relevant activity.
Please note that the calendar is in Dutch, our apologies for the inconvenience. You can contact us at +31 (0)50-5256497 in case of any questions.Go to calendar
At the moment we are only open in the afternoon. We hope to be open all day again soon.
Tuesday to Sunday, from 13:00 to 17:00 hrs.
We’re closed on: Christmas Day and Boxing Day, New Year’s Day (January 1), Easter Day, King’s Day, Ascension Day, Whit Monday and Whit Monday and Groningens Ontzet (August 28).
GRID has limited access for people in wheelchairs. A stairlift is available.
GRID Graphic Museum Groningen
Sint Jansstraat 2
9712 JN Groningen
|Primary school children||€ 3.25|
|CJP card, secondary school children||€ 5.25|
|65+, Student card||€ 5.50|
|Museum card, Stadjerspas||free entry|
|0 to 4 years||free entry|
|Friends of GRID||free entry|
H.N. Werkman (1882-1945) was one of the great Dutch modernists of the twentieth century and renowned on a European scale. Werkmans artistry is closely linked to the materials he worked with as a printer.
In 2019 we acquired a large part of the inventory of his printing house. The presentation of this inventory entitled Werkman up top! is being prepared and opens this October. And that’s not all: at the same time, the exhibition Werkman werkt door on his artistic legacy opens.
His unconventional way of working and (printing) art were groundbreaking and are a milestone in the graphic history of Groningen. The mentality that underlies his oeuvre remains a source of inspiration for many to this day.Read more