Based on other Trip Advisor reviews, I was expecting to find a piece of the St. Petersburg Hermitage in Amsterdam. Boy was I disappointed! There are no Fabrege eggs or any other Russian historical pieces in this museum. The only thing that you will find at this museum are paintings and a few sculptures that were OWNed by Russian expatriates who were living in Western Europe, especially Paris. Beyond that, there are a few rooms reconstructed in the period and a downstairs kitchen that has been restored, but not much else in historical artifacts. Although the build appears to be big on the outside, the actual exhibition space in the inside is small because most of the building is occupied by a large courtyard. The EUR15 admission price is quite high for the little amount of art that is on display.
There is a free coat check inside the museum, but the guy who took my coat tore my coat when he took it from me and only responded with an insincere "So sorry." There was no remorse or sincerity in his expression.
You are better off go to the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam Museum, Van Gogh Museum, Rembrandt House Museum, and Anne Frank Huis (House). Do not waste your time or euros at this museum.
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