|Type of ticket||Price|
|Normal price||€ 9.50|
|Group rate||€ 8.50|
|Youth price||€ 6.50|
A family card for two adults and two children costs 25,50 Euro. For children under 7 years no admission fee will be charged.
|Day of the week||Opening hours|
|Tuesday||11:00 - 17:00|
|Wednesday||11:00 - 17:00|
|Thursday||11:00 - 17:00|
|Friday||11:00 - 17:00|
|Saturday||11:00 - 17:00|
|Sunday||11:00 - 17:00|
Escher in the Palace is open during Easter, Withsunday and Boxing Day. During the Dutch summer holidays, the museum is also open on Mondays.
DirectionsFrom Central Station in The Hague it's a ten-minute walk to the museum. Traveling by tram, you can take tram 1 or 9 in the direction of Scheveningen beach.
AccessibilityAll the rooms in the museum are accessible to wheelchairs, with the exception of electric ones. There is a small lift, but no toilet for disabled people.
If you are a fan of Escher and his weird and wonderfully geometrical art then it is definitely worth a visit to The Hague. There is a great collection of his work here which is well laid out over 2 to 3 levels. The collection also provides some insights into how he created his works. The Hague is just a short one hour train trip from Amsterdam so easily done as a day trip.a month ago
I loved this museum. Escher's works and palace complement each other in the very best way. Walking through the three floors of the floors of the palace you will not only see Escher's graphic works, but will find out more about how he became the genius of printed graphics he was.in the last week
Being a fan of Escher i really enjoyed this museum! I arrived from the rain and grabbed a hot tea at the bar downstairs, decorated with this awesome fly sealing lights. I spent almost 2 hours watching all of the stamps and detail works, and watched all of the illusion videos and rooms that are on display on this perfectly arranged museum! Want to make another visit for sure!2 weeks ago
Great gallery, plenty of room to wander so much to see and learn, the staff are great happy to help and point you in the right direction. There is a cafe down stairs but watch your head going down . Cloak room is there as well. Not much on the top floor but you can have your photo taken. Highly recommended.3 weeks ago
Really enjoyed this Visit. We were there on a busy weekend so there were lots of people, but that didn't detract from the experience. All reproductions, but enough of a "story" to keep us interested. Our girls (9 and 12) enjoyed the visit. Plan on between 1 5 and 2 hours for a visit.a month ago