Museumcafé Alma

Museum Café Alma is the friendly museum café on the Zeestraat where you can enjoy a great cup of coffee with a pastry, or a delicious lunch. Museum Café Alma is open to visitors with or without a museum ticket.


With highspeed internet and plenty of cosy places to sit, Museum Café Alma is the perfect spot to catch up with friends or get a little work done on your laptop. Take a seat in one of our cosy nooks, on the Chesterfield sofas, or at a table with a power outlet within reach. You don’t need a museum ticket! Everyone’s welcome! Drop in for a delicious lunch or grab a great cup of coffee to go.


Museum Café Alma is named after Peter Alma. Peter Alma (1886-1969) was a graphic artist and muralist.

Alma created the mural (1952) in the café to mark the building’s conversion to a museum. The theme was inspired by the Dutch postal service, known then as the PTT, and explores postal transport and telecommunications.


Karsten & Kuiper provides the service and food in Museum Café Alma. Karsten & Kuiper started out as a food store in the bustling Zeeheldenkwartier and for the last seven years, we have offered gourmet prepared meals for delivery or takeaway. Now we also have a branch in Sound & Vision in The Hague, and look forward to pampering you with delicious dishes and fantastic service.


The menu features an array of yummy beverages, from cappuccino with oat milk, to tea with fresh mint or ginger. With a full-flavoured lunch menu of toasties, salads and more!


Museum Café Alma is open during the museum’s opening hours.

Monday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.