NonFiction Photo Festival
Visit the festival from the 12th November till the 5th December at the Synagoge Groningen. The festival is open to the public every day. View top-quality local and international visual stories in the heart of Groningen.
Local photographers tell the story of Fair Fashion, while the internationally acclaimed World Press Photo Exhibition examines the rest of the world. For those who want to know more, there is an exciting Academy programme with tours and talks for everyone. It is also possible to visit the festival as a company night.
Opening Times Festival
Following the last corona measures our open times are:
10.00 – 18.00 Saturday 27 November
10.00 – 17.00 From 28 November | Monday to Sunday
€8,00 Regular weekday
€9,00 Regular weekend
€5,00 Reduction (student & under 18)
€1,00 City card holders
€1,00 Children 6 – 11 years
€0,00 Children 0 – 5 year
The festival is accessible for Dutch and English speaking visitors. The Academy events will be held in English and the Academy tours will be held in English, as well as in Dutch.
The Synagoge is wheelchair-friendly, please contact us and we can arrange step-free access through the side entrance.
To visit the Festival a corona pass (QR code) or a negative PCR test is required for everyone above 12 years old.
It is highly recommended to maintain a 1.5 meter distance from others and avoid crowding.
Questions? Contact us or check out Frequently Asked Questions.
Synagogue, Folkingestraat 60, Groningen
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