Welcome to Singer Laren
The Singer Memorial Foundation is a private institution, established in 1954 on the initiative of Mrs. Anna Spencer-Brugh, widow of the American painter William Henry Singer Jr. (1868--1943).
The foundation manages the Singers' legacy, which consists of a large collection of artworks, a museum, a theater and their former residence with garden, Villa De Wilde Zwanen.
Singer Laren has expanded the original art collection and offers a varied and active program of temporary exhibitions. The concert hall has grown into a modern theater offering a diversity of performing arts. In addition Singer Laren's unique venue and setting lends itself to intimate and exclusive receptions for both business functions and private parties.
Tuesday – Sunday 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Holidays: 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (open on December 24 and 31; closed December 25 and January 1.)
The museum is closed on Mondays.
Adults: € 15,00
CJP and groups of 15 or more: € 14,00
Museum Pass: € 3,00
Children under 13 years: free
Singer Supporters, ICOM, Vereniging Rembrandt: free