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Escher at the Palace is dedicated to the work of Holland’s most famous graphic artist M.C. Escher. Nearly all his prints are exhibited, among them Belvedere, Drawing Hands, Waterfall and Ascending and Descending. Here you can see how Escher changed...more
Hours Today: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Lange Voorhout 74, 2514 EH, The Hague, The Netherlands
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Escher in Het Paleis was one of the finest museums dedicated to a single artist I have visited.The museum houses a collection of Escher's early draughtsman work and realistic illustrations and follows his journey as an artist to his later, and better-known to me, psychedelic...More
Escher may be an acquired experience, but this museum is a marvel. Beautifully organized, and a lovely presentation, it's a wonderful way to spend 2 hours of your time in Den Haag. I enthusiastically recommend it!
This exhibition is excellent and seamlessly takes visitors through all of Escher's work's as influenced by periods in his life - showing off all of Escher's early works to his tessellation works he is most well known for. There is also information throughout the rooms...More
This museum does a great job of placing his work within the context of his life during a very dark period in history. Escher's creative spirit is embedded in his work in that I am conflicted when I hear it called graphic art but perhaps...More
I am a great fan of MC Escher and have admired & loved his work since I was in my early teens (over 45 years ago!).
This is a wonderful display of his work with enough detail about his life & family to make it...More
This museum is fun to visit with lots of intriguing works of art based on the artist playing with our sense of perspective. Impossible buildings and staircases are a recurring theme.
There are also some impressive woodcut prints from Escher’s early career as well as...More
i hope my answer will be still usefull. We spend there between 2 and 3 hours. We went with family from an other country and bought a combination ticket with Madurodam, it saved ua some money and was a perfectly filled day... More
i hope my answer will be still usefull. We spend there between 2 and 3 hours. We went with family from an other country and bought a combination ticket with Madurodam, it saved ua some money and was a perfectly filled day trip.
There are direct trains from Amsterdam airport to The Hague. From there on it is a 10-15 minute walk to the museum. a visit takes about an hour and a half so no problem on a sunday. They close at 5 p.m.
Hi Amit, There is treasure hunt/quest for kids to "guide" them trough the exhibtion, the quirky chandeliers are worth looking at. There is also an interactive part on the top floor where kids and adults can play with... More
Hi Amit, There is treasure hunt/quest for kids to "guide" them trough the exhibtion, the quirky chandeliers are worth looking at. There is also an interactive part on the top floor where kids and adults can play with perspectives and let your eyes be fooled :) Enjoy!