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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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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
A great little exhibition, and if time permits, a great visit.
Non traditional artists making art, simply to amuse themselves, those long Finnish winters must be the opportunity, matched with the powerful Finnish landscapes and strong occupants providing the inspiration for some memorable pieces. My...More
We were wrapping up breakfast and had a couple of hours to kill before heading to the airport for our trip home when we came across the Hermitage. We had done a number of other museums which we enjoyed very much. However, while the Dutch...More
The Hermitage Amsterdam is filled with famous and obscure paintings that share the history of Amsterdam, the Netherlands and the Dutch East and West Indies Companies. Very well set up. I liked the obscure paintings the best because they show home life in the 17th...More
If you are visiting Amsterdam and have limited time for art museums, I suggest going to the Rijksmuseum, The Van Gogh Museum and the Rembrandt House Museum before going to the Hermitage Amsterdam. We visited the Hermitage Amsterdam and saw: "Portrait Gallery of the Golden...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.