Universiteit Leiden

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Reuvensplaats 2-4
2311 BE Leiden
071 527 2300/2500

Monday - Friday: 08:00 - 18:00 hrs
Saturday and Sunday: closed


Three spaces near the bike shed next to the main entrance, at the intersection of Cleveringastraat with Arsenaalstraat and Reuvensplaats.
Location on the city map


All entrances are about 80 cm wide.
Two doors with pull handles.


There is a building manager's office next to each entrance.
071 - 527 2300

Wheelchair-accessible toilet

  • At Reuvensplaats 3: immediately left after the entrance, 2 m away.
  • For the upper floors: first floor via the lift immediately left, walk down the corridor for about 30 metres after which the toilet is on the left.


At Reuvensplaats 4, immediately left after the entrance.

Possible obstacles

  • The route to the entrance consists of cobblestones.
  • At the entrance there is a threshold of about 2 cm.
  • The external doors do not open automatically.
  • There is no doorbell.

The number of parking spaces at Leiden University is limited. Do you have an appointment with one of our staff members? In some cases, he or she can reserve a parking space for you.

You can also make use of the paid parking options offered by Leiden and The Hague.

Paid parking


The Hague

Caspar Reuvens (1793 – 1835) was a Dutch historian and archaeologist. He was the founding director of the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden, the world's first ever professor of archaeology (at Leiden University), and conducted the first excavations at the Roman provincial site Forum Hadriani in the Netherlands.

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