From May 1st to October 1st, the cemetery is freely accessible to the public every Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There are hostesses and hosts present. They also provide information but not a tour.

There are regular guided tours of the cemetery. A city guide from the Heemkundekring tells about the rich history of the cemetery and about the Jews who lived, worked and lived in Oisterwijk from 1740. In the metaheerhuisje an explanation is given about the manner of burial and on the basis of various inscriptions on the tombstones, stories are told about specifically named Jewish inhabitants.

In addition, guided tours are given for schools, for groups and for individual visits. A tour lasts about an hour and a half.

During the visit to the cemetery, men must wear headgear (yarmulke, hat, cap, etc.). We also ask visitors to observe the rules of conduct.