Attraction Museum Youth Sight

Escher in the Palace

Lange Voorhout 74, The Hague

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Type of ticket Price
Normal price € 9.50
Group rate € 8.50


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Opening hours

Opening hours
Day of the week Opening hours
Monday Closed
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.



Google Reviews

  • nicola Evans

    Loved this place! Nicely laid out art museum. Top floor was interactive with a chance for a surreal photo for €5. Even my 6 and 8yr old kids had fun here. Staff were friendly and spoke English easily.

    in the last week
  • Steven Haagsma

    I thought this was a perfectly-sized museum. Often by the time one gets to the end of a museum's exhibits it's impossible to continue enjoying them because there is just too much. The scope of this museum makes it perfect for about 1.5-2 hours, and just when I was about ready to be done, we were. I enjoyed every moment of it.

    3 weeks ago
  • George Radner

    Best museum ever. Fantastic collection of Escher. All written information panels were digestible and illuminating. The video of his life was captivating and adding a lot to the museum experience. The artwork itself was stunning. The top floor has interactive optimal illusions and other objects and visuals that I'm sure Escher himself would have adored. All this for a very reasonable price!

    2 months ago
  • Joseph Sharkey

    Assuming you want to know more about Escher this is a decent place, but pretty small for the entry fee. You'll learn more about Escher, see his work evolve and look beyond his renowned impossible sketches... But I'm not sure its anything you couldn't get from his wikipedia page.

    a month ago
  • Crystal Firestone

    My favorite place in the Hague. First of all, it's two museums in one, being a former royal palace, and also dedicated to Escher. From the first room, you see the quirkiness, the chandeliers in each room are different, the best being in the entrance room where you pay for tickets. Amazing place. Chock full of fun games and interesting exhibits. Take the side stairs, they are worn wood which is beautiful.

    4 months ago

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