Visiting Call of the Mall is free of charge. The artworks can be found in Hoog Catharijne, at Utrecht Central Station, the NH Hotel and the outdoor space. Begin your tour of the exhibition at one of our two information points. You’ll find an information desk at the Hoog Brabantplein in Hoog Catharijne and in The Studio on the Jaarbeursplein.
The exhibition guidebook will be published on 20 June 2013. A visit to Call of the Mall begins at our information point on the Jaarbeursplein (The Studio) or the information desk at the Hoog Brabantplein. There, for 10 euro you can purchase The Guidebook, where you’ll find all the background information on the artworks. The Guidebook will also be available from the V&D, the Albert Heijn and online when Call of the Mall opens.
The information points for Call of the Mall are at the Hoog Brabantplein and on the Jaarbeursplein, in The Studio.
A free map is available. This shows the locations of all the artworks. You can download the map here or get it at one of our information desks.
Finally, you can also use the mobile website, which guides you from one artwork to the next. When you open the site on a smart phone, choosing this option is straightforward (from 19 June).
Call of the Mall is open daily
Monday 12.00 - 18.00 hrs
Tuesday 10.00 - 18.00 hrs
Wednesday 10.00 - 18.00 hrs
Thursday 10.00 - 21.00 hrs
Friday 10.00 - 18.00 hrs
Saturday 10.00 - 18.00 hrs
Sunday 12.00 - 18.00 hrs
During Call of the Mall, guided tours are given by enthusiastic and well-informed guides on Thursday evening, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. You can sign up for a guided tour on the spot, via email@example.com or at one of the Call of the Mall information desks.
Call of the Mall takes place in Hoog Catharijne and the Utrecht Station area and is most easily accessible via public transport. There are also ample parking facilities around the shopping centre.
Five car parks with a total of 2000 spaces are located under Hoog Catharijne.
– PG1 Moreelsepark (Spoorstraat entrance)
– PG2 Godebald (Spoorstraat entrance)
– PG3 Radboud (Stationsstraat entrance)
– PG4 Stationsstraat (Stationsstraat entrance)
– PG6 Rijnkade (Rijnkade entrance in front of the V&D)
For more information on parking options in Utrecht, click here.
If you park your car at the P+R terrain in Papendorp or Westraven you can buy the P+R combined ticket. This ticket costs 4.50 euro, it’s valid for a maximum of 5 people and can be purchased from the parking area. You park your car at the P+R location and travel to the centre of Utrecht via public transport. More information on this is available here.
Renovation work is currently underway in the station area. For the latest updates on the accessibility of the area, click here.
You can plan your itinerary via: http://route.andes.nl/utrecht.