The Natural History Museum of Maastricht is located 15 minutes walking distance from Maastricht central station.
Walk straight ahead out of the station onto Stationsstraat and continue straight ahead until you cross the Sint Servaasbrug. When you reach a T-intersection in front of the Bijenkorf, turn left and head down Wolfstraat until you reach Onze Lieve Vroweplein. Then you will see signposts showing you the way to the museum.
Due to continued construction works in and around Maastricht, please consult Maastricht Bereikbaar (ww.maastrichtbereikbaar) for updated detours and road closures.
There is paid street parking in the vicinity of Centre Céramique, this is also enforced on Sundays. There is also a Q-Park parking garage underneath the library, the entrance can be found at Sonnevillelunet 10. For more information regarding opening hours and tariffs (in Dutch) please check their website: www.q-park.nl
From Maastricht central station bus number 3 will take you towards the museum. Alight at the Tongersestraat bus stop. Walk back from the bus stop the way the bus came towards the Driesprong restaurant (with the large mural). Keep right as the road forks. Take the second road to the right, at Ezelmarkt, and continue along Looiersgracht. At the end of the road you will come to De Bosquetplein and there you will find the Natural History Museum of Maastricht.
To make your way back to Maastricht central station from the museum, turn left onto Zwingleput from De Bosquetplein and continue along as it becomes Niewenhofstraat and then Sint Pieterstraat. You can catch the number 3 bus back to the station from the bus stop on Sint Pieterstraat.
The Natural History Museum of Maastricht is easily reachable by bicycle from all neighbourhoods in the city and surrounding areas and has ample bicycle parking.