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Here you will find frequently asked questions about the educational attraction, tickets, parking and groups & education.

Who is CORPUS suitable for?

CORPUS has an advisory age of 6 years and older, but younger children are also welcome. You know your child better than anyone else and are therefore the best judge of whether a visit is suitable for your child. 

Small children

Some young children find it a bit scary that it is a bit dark in the "journey through man" and they might be startled by surprise elements. If there are any questions about this please contact the Reservations Department at 071-7510200.


Minors should be in the "journey through man" in the company of an adult.

Unfortunately, it is not possible to take a stroller or baby carriage on the "journey through man. Babies can, however, take a baby carrier on the journey through man.

  • Fear of heights: then you don't have to worry at CORPUS. You probably won't suffer from vertigo with us. During the 'journey through man' you are moved from one floor to another via slowly moving platforms. Moreover, there are no stairs in the "journey through man. If you still have doubts, please contact us.
  • Claustrophobia: It has been reported before that people suffer from claustrophobia in the attraction. Keep in mind dark areas and light and sound effects. Still have questions? Then contact the reservations department on 071 75 10 200. 
  • Epilepsy: Then CORPUS is less suitable for you. This is because there are intense light and sound effects during the 'journey through man'. Should you still consider visiting CORPUS, please contact us. We will be happy to tell you in more detail what to expect.

If in doubt, contact us. We are happy to think with you. 

Assistance dogs are allowed at CORPUS. Click here for more information. 

In the "journey through man," there are no magnetic fields. So you can feel free to come by.

You can visit CORPUS with a wheelchair max. 75 cm wide (including handles) and max. 90 cm long (including wheels and footrests). Would you like to borrow a wheelchair? Just let us know by phone: 071-75 10 200 (option 1). You can find more information about our accessibility here.

Questions about tickets & Time Locks

Yes, because we work with time slots, it is recommended to book in advance through our website. 

In the booking process you will automatically come across a field where you can enter your discount code. So pay attention to this when booking.

No, unfortunately this is not possible. CORPUS is a private attraction, so we cannot accept a Museum Card.

One option is to come by with the people who can, the unused tickets are not valid after that.

Should you fail to arrive or arrive late after booking, you will not receive a refund of the admission fee.

You have reserved a spot in a time slot for the 'journey through man' so make sure you are present 15 minutes before the start of your time slot. Is this not possible? Please call us: 071 75 10 200. We will do our best to let you make the 'journey' at a later time, but cannot guarantee this. 


CORPUS has a covered parking garage.
Rates: €10.00 per car (of which the first 30 minutes are free).

No, unfortunately that is not possible. You can pay for your exit ticket at the counter during your visit to CORPUS.

It almost never happens that our parking garage is full. If it does, traffic wardens will be there to direct you to alternative parking in the immediate area.

The doors of the parking garage close 2.5 hours after the last "trip. We recommend that you do not leave your car as there is a chance that the parking garage will be closed.

Yes, we have two charging stations for electric cars.

Groups & Education

Of course we are sorry about that, but we are happy to think with you for a solution. However, we held the reserved seats especially for you. Therefore, we have cancellation conditions.

To change or cancel your visit, please contact the Reservations Department at: 071 75 10 200 or email

To keep the visit to CORPUS fun for everyone, we have some house rules. You can find them here.


No, we do not have air conditioning. However, we do have an air conditioning system that keeps it nice and cool inside. We advise you to bring an airy cardigan or the like with you so that you can put it on if it is a little too cool.

Yes, lockers are available where you can safely store your belongings. Ask at the front desk for a coin for your locker.

Yes, we have an unattended checkroom where you can hang your coat. 

'Journey through Man'

You can take the "journey through man" in the following languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Chinese (Mandarin), Spanish, Italian and Russian.

Absolutely! The doors of CORPUS close 2.5 hours after the departure of the last 'trip' for visitors who are inside. So plenty of time for My CORPUS (the part after the 'trip'), to have some more food in the restaurant or look around the gift shop.

A visit to CORPUS takes an average of 2.5 hours. Until the doors of CORPUS close for those visitors who are inside, you are free to stay as long as you like. 

Both downstairs in the arrival hall and in the 'journey through man' you are allowed to take photos. Please note: in the 'journey' the use of flash is not permitted. Make sure that other visitors are not obstructed in the 'journey through man' and that CORPUS staff can do their work undisturbed.

Are you posting your photos on Instagram? Nice if you want to tag CORPUS: @corpusnederland

Food & Drink

We have only a limited standard selection of gluten-free products. Vegetarian sandwiches are also available.

Want to make sure there is something for you? To be sure, bring your own food and drink (only allowed in case of allergies or medically necessary diet). 

Bringing your own food and drinks is not allowed (for food allergies, we make an exception). Use can be made of our catering facility. 

Other Questions

Dogs or other pets are not allowed in CORPUS (with the exception of assistance and guide dogs).

There are discount codes in the Postcode Lottery Calendar and in the Advantage Guide. More information can be found here.

A professional sign language interpreter has free admission. A professional accompanying someone who is visually impaired, disabled or mentally challenged receives €4 discount. 

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