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Hermitage Amsterdam

Amstel 51, 1018 EJ Amsterdam, The Netherlands
+31 20 530 8755
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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 Tsars, with more than three million objects. From 4 Feb 2017 until 17 Sep 2017: 1917. Romanovs & Revolution. The end of Monarchy. And from 7 Oct 2017 until 27 May 2018: Dutch Masters from the Hermitage. Treasures of the Tsars - Exhibit two: Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age - wonderful Dutch group portraits from the Amsterdam Museum and Rijksmuseum collections. - Exhibit three: Outsider Art Museum - We show work from new and absolutely orginal artists, from the collections of museum Het Dolhuys.
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Amstel 51, 1018 EJ Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Plantage & the East
+31 20 530 8755
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Reviewed yesterday

Excellent exhibition on the Dutch Master from Hermitage. The beautiful building is a short walk from the city center and well worth a visit.

Thank ina v
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The present exhibition is an unrivaled display of Dutch paintings from the Golden Age. The paintings are on loan from the St. Petersburg Hermitage Museum. Their collection has been built up over more than three hundred years by the czars and has been out of...More

Thank eddebruin
Reviewed 2 days ago

This was the second time we visited the museum. T be honest it offered very poor value for money. The Rijksmuseu m has a hundred times more exhibits at half the price. We made the mistake of visiting on a wet Saturday and the place...More

Thank DerrickColdstream
Reviewed 1 week ago

The museum is well-lit and logically laid out. If you are coming to see a popular exhibit (like art from Hermitage St Petersburg), come early and be prepared to wait in line, and then share the room with lots of people. The admission is very...More

Thank more_gelato
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

At 25 euro per person we balked, but I figured for that price it must be good. As we entered the museum was incredibly crowded and loud. You are forced through small hallways crammed with people and paintings placed oddly on the walls. You emerge...More

Thank sjschaefer94
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Dutch Masters exhibitions has some wonderful paintings including six Rembrandts. They are well displayed and the free audio guide is helpful. There are other artists also represented including fine works by pupils of Rembrandt and other major Dutch artists. But there are long queues...More

Thank goldfinchUK
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia houses the Tsars' art collection. It has so much that it now has branch galleries in other nations. The Amsterdam Hermitage is the oldest of these "branch offices." The main exhibit there will be some collection from St. Petersburg...More

Thank Recumbent_Tourer
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Excellent masterpieces of Dutch artists. The exhibition will last till the end of May 2018. It has free audio tour in English and Dutch. The paintings of Rembrandt, Frans Hals, Ferdinand Bol and much more world famous names will give you a clear view of...More

Thank navigator009
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

So there is this "light show" in the museum. It went dark in there and I fell asleep on one of the benches before it happened. I woke up and was really confused to see a random Rembrandt painting speaking. It was a tiny museum....More

Thank clairenunez27
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Just be on notice that you'll ned to pay an additional fee, even with the Museumkaart, to get into the main part of the museum.

Thank David B
Plantage & the East
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
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30 April 2017|
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Response from Leon W | Reviewed this property |
it's a museum and wheelchair adapted. Works in collaboration with Hermitage Petersburg Russia. In A'dam a must seen.
julie S
25 July 2015|
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Response from luvroma2 | Reviewed this property |
You are from Brooklyn, so I am sure you have been to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Do you think your 2 year old would enjoy the Metropolitan Museum? It is the same sort of museum, albeit on a much smaller scale. I have... More
Delaney G
20 July 2015|
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Response from GusCraig | Reviewed this property |
I went a couple of weeks ago, there was no queue at lunchtime when I visited, in terms of how long depends on how interested you are in the exhibits, I spent around 2 hours altogether and visited both exhibits.