Dutch Masters. I don't know any other place to see such a collection. The Vermeers, exquisite on their own, are in a hallway on the way to the big show. The collection is large but not completely overwhelming. And to top it all off, literally, there is an airplane on the top floor. I really like old airplanes. Sometime since 1970, the museum went through a huge renovation leaving a mix of the old brick pile and new glass and steel spaces. Lunch in the cafe was mixed with a limited menu and rather slow service. The museum shop is full of gifts at all price points. You'll need a few hours to see the greatest hits and a full day to wander into all the nooks and crannies.
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