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DDW Young

Children and young people are the makers and creative thinkers of the future. Therefore, it is essential that they see and experience the value of design for our future world. Dutch Design Week is the perfect opportunity for both young and old to engage with designers in an accessible way and see how they work towards a positive future with an optimistic outlook.
The space between us - Van Abbemuseum - Centre - DDW23
© Boudewijn Bollmann


Tickets for Dutch Design Week 2024 will go on sale in September.

Children up to 11 years old - Free

Children up to 11 years old can visit Dutch Design Week for free.

Children aged 12 to 17 - DDW young tickets

Children aged 12 to 17, or those with a school or student ID, can visit Dutch Design Week with a DDW young ticket.

DDW young tickets are available online at a discounted rate of €16,50 and at the door during the week for €19,50.

Groups of up to 5 people, with a maximum of 2 adults - Family ticket

There is the Family ticket for groups visiting Dutch Design Week with children or young people. With one Family ticket, a group of up to 5 people, with a maximum of 2 adults, can visit Dutch Design Week.

The Family ticket is available at the door during Dutch Design Week (Saturday 19 to Sunday 27 October) for €66,- each. The Family ticket is not available online.

Schools and educational institutions - Tickets on invoice

As a school or educational institution, you can purchase tickets on invoice. We offer a reduced student rate of €16,50 per ticket. For every 20 students, you will receive one complimentary regular DDW ticket for supervisors.


Dive into the innovative and optimistic world of design and designers with your classmates and a knowledgeable Design Guide during a DDW Young tour. This tour is for pupils from primary, secondary, and vocational schools, as well as after-school care organisations, aged 6 to 18.

More information about DDW Young tours

Tips & routes

Once the programme is live, DDW Young will select interesting, interactive, and accessible projects that are great fun for children and young people aged 6 to 18.