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  • What is there to see?

    The Museum Mayer van den Bergh immerses you in a very special, intimate, homely atmosphere. You will be introduced to a wonderful collection and to the man who assembled it on his own. And to the world-famous Mad Meg by Pieter Bruegel.


The Museum Mayer van den Bergh will be closed due to the measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19. Anyone who has purchased a ticket will be contacted in person. The museum is always open online

Take good care of yourself and your loved ones, and please respect all the measures currently in place.

Plan your visit
The museum is always open online. Find out all about Fritz Mayer van den Bergh and his admiration for Bruegel, take our ‘Madonna Meets Mad Meg’ audio tour, or discover the key masterpieces in our collection.
Madonna meets Mad Meg
Masterpieces and Their Collectors
It goes without saying that Bruegel and Fouquet are the real masters behind ‘Dulle Griet’ and The Madonna. Yet it is thanks to master collectors that we are able to enjoy these outstanding works today. Step into the world of connoisseurs Fritz Mayer van den Bergh and Florent van Ertborn and discover their relentless nose for beauty.
About Fritz and his collection
The museum bears the name of Fritz Mayer van den Bergh, a man of means, art connoisseur and eminent collector. Who was he? What role does his mother play in the story? What did he collect? And where does Pieter Bruegel come into it all?
The name of Pieter Bruegel the Elder is known worldwide. However, this was not the case in Fritz Mayer van den Bergh’s day. Again, he was ahead of his time. Bruegel’s works are now the undoubted high points of the museum collection.