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This is an Amsterdam-based extension of Russia's famed Hermitage Museum. Thera are three exceptional collections to be seen: - The first is from one of the world's largest and most famous museums: the Hermitage in St Petersburg. The museum of the...more
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When I saw that they were asking 25 euros for the admission fee, I thought they were crazy. The previous week I was in the Musée d'Orsay and I only paid 14 euros for a world class museum many masterpieces. Then I saw the three...More
Spent a few hours walking around a couple of exhibitions on a very wet day. We spent €25 each on tickets which I would have thought was a bit pricey on a dry day! However the classic beauties was interesting as was the portrait gallery...More
This was a really amazing experience. I've visited 3 exhibitions that were put on simultaneously - Classic Beauties, Outsider art and The golden age of Amsterdam. What I liked about the exhibitions is that they were really well currated, so you get a rounded story...More
Hermitage museum is located next to canal and is extremely picturous. The classic collectiom amd sculptures are very good amd delite to look at. The works by various dutch artists is on display. It can easily take a day to see through all the displays...More
What a scam! I'm furious! They charge you 25.- € for an empty place! The premises look astounding but the museum is almost empty. There is only one rembrandt in the whole museum and literally the whole museum can be visited in two hours! A...More
The gallery has some fabulous paintings
All I can say is that I am really pleased I went and I stayed for a long time just absorbing some of the best art in the world
Really worth making time to fit this in on any...More
In one of the first room you walk in ant there are group pictures of the the governors of Amsterdam. At the beging of the show the recording start talking about a person and a spot light highlights the person in the painting. In different...More
This exhibition in the Hermitage museum examines the actual paintings of the people in the Dutch Golden Age, so you can become familiar with them. It is well laid out but the Audio that goes with it was rather frustrating, luckily it was free. A...More
I went to the sculpture exhibition and to see the large group portraits connected with the Night Watch. All were well displayed and well explained.
Other visitors have commented on the price but I used an iAmsterdam card.
The restaurant is very nice but expensive...More
Really enjoyed our visit. You need to reserve a timed entry and we had iamsterdam card so entry was quick.
One part of museum was full of Dutch art large multi people portraits. Some of the rich, well off people had their portrait along side...More
The eastern edge of central Amsterdam provides visitors with the chance to imagine the city that Rembrandt called home (and to tour his historic house) while shopping like the thriftiest of locals at Waterlooplein’s massive flea market, or even enjoying a craft beer beside the tallest wooden windmill in The Netherlands. This verdant, serene, and stately part of town is home to Artis Royal Zoo, one of Europe’s
oldest (and still best kept) zoos, and Hortus Botanicus, one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world. It's also an ideal setting for the Dutch outpost of St Petersburg’s Hermitage.
There is not really a choice between the options you mention. The all-in ticket is €29.95 for adults, but if you have the Museumkaart (Museum Card) it's only €10. The Museum Card costs about €60 for a year and gives free... More
There is not really a choice between the options you mention. The all-in ticket is €29.95 for adults, but if you have the Museumkaart (Museum Card) it's only €10. The Museum Card costs about €60 for a year and gives free access to lots of Dutch museums, but I'm not sure if it's available to people that don't live in the Netherlands.
Hey, we are in Amsterdam in mid May, staying in the city centre. Here is what we are thinking Day 1: Arrive at noon. Grab a quick bite. Go to de Prael for a beer. Walk to Dam Square, get Museumkaart at Nieuwe Kerk, going through it, then the palace. Day 2: Anne Frank Haus in the morning. Walking around Jordaan area for a few hours. Go to Van Gogh in the afternoon, then Vondelpark Day 3: Rijks. Lunch at Albert Cuyp market. Then the fish market. Day 4: Go to the Hague, see the...More
March 10, 2015|
It looks pretty good to me. Unlike many on here, you are not trying to do too much.
Amsterdam end of December (5 Replies)
we will be in amsterdam from 28-30 december// do we need to buy tickets ahead of time for the Van Gogh exhibit, which is at the Hermitage Amsterdam?? the van gogh museum itself is closed so the paintings have been moved to the Hermitage// not sure if it will be empty or crowded!!! we love europe in the winter, but maybe others dont--ha ha
December 14, 2012|
it depends...you can buy online and bypass the lines..but you have to pick a specific time to show up. in the winter the lines early morning and late afternoon are tolerable
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Help with choosing a Museum Card (2 Replies)
Hello all. I've read and read, and sometimes that just makes me more confused. Can you help? I need to figure out which "museum card" to get... We will be in Amsterdam for 5 days in April. We plan to take a bus to the Keukenhof one day, and a train to the Hague for the Mariutshuis another day. And we hope to see a concert one evening at the Concertgebouw. Otherwise, if the weather is nice, we will walk everywhere (we are staying at Museumplein), and hope to see the Anne Frank...More