Hermitage AmsterdamCurrently Closed
- Address: Amstel 51, 1018 EJ Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +31-205308755
- Ticket Price: 15 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids, Architecture
Hermitage Amsterdam - Review
Hermitage Amsterdam museum is actually a branch of the famed Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg, Russia. A subdivision of Russia’s fabulous Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg the Hermitage Amsterdam is one of the most happening venues of all exhibits in Amsterdam. A striking location on the banks of the river Amstel, this gallery holds special things to do in and events on Thursdays. The museum is one of the best in the region if you want to know more about the city. The hermitage museum Amsterdam is built inside a classical architectural building which was built in 1681. The place features two large exhibition halls and smaller exhibition rooms that are all open to the public. The main exhibition at this museum, Dutch Masters from The Hermitage is running from 14 October 2017 to 27 May 2018. Classic Beauties will running from 16 June 2018 to 13 January 2019. There are many other rooms like the lecture halls, offices and staff accommodations, and a good restaurant.
Hermitage Amsterdam Information
- It may be good to take a guided tour.
- With Amsterdam City Pass, get 20% discount.
- Easy wheelchair access.
- Free audio tour is included with admission.
Hermitage Amsterdam Ticket Prices
- Adults 15 Euro
- CJP 12 Euro
- Stadspas free
- Groups more than 15: 13.50 Euro
- Children 6 to 16: 5 Euro
- Children up to 5: free.
- Museumkaart free.
- Amsterdam City Card free.
- Friends Hermitage Amsterdam free.
Hermitage Amsterdam Hours
Everyday: 10am - 5pm
Closed on 25th December on Christmas and 27th April on King's Day
How To reach Hermitage Amsterdam by Public Transport
- Take a tram or bus from Amsterdam, Waterlooplein.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Hermitage Amsterdam
30.67% of people who visit Amsterdam include Hermitage Amsterdam in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
57.82% of people start their Hermitage Amsterdam visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Hermitage Amsterdam
54.38% of people prefer walking in order to reach Hermitage Amsterdam
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Hermitage Amsterdam, Amsterdam Reviews
The Classic Beauties exhibit had several master sculpture pieces that were absolutely terrific. The audio guide took time to figure out, but was helpful. Not many visitors, so I had all the time and space I wanted. Buying tickets in this museum (small, temporary exhibits, no standing collection) was odd, quite expensive, and discouraged me from enjoying everything they had to offer. I think there was an "all 3 exhibits" option for €25, maybe I should have tried that?
Amazing exhibits, and especially the classic beauties were interesting to look at and experience. The detail that goes into explaining the pieces is really nice as it gives another view into the creation of a piece. I would recommend people to go here at least once when visiting the area
This is a stunning gallery especially now, August 2018, as they have the Classic Beauties exhibition. This has many outstanding exhibits but the highlight for me was The Three Graces by Canova. I have not been a great fan of sculpture but this is truly outstanding. To be able to draw this would be difficult but to create it in marble astonishing . Another highlight was Outsider Art. I very nearly didn't go to this but I'm delighted I did as I left smiling and uplifted. It reminded me what I feel art should be about. The sheer joy of creating something. Another plus for me was the gallery is not crowded so you can take time looking at the exhibits. They even provide stools, in the Three Graces, to take round with you so you can sit down and relax when looking at some great art. Don't miss it.
An interesting place but overpriced. When we were there the self guiding information headphones in English were not working at all. Staff did not really care, no help there. Whole ace is traveling exhibits and some permanent ones such as the local paintings. We liked it but in truth there was not much content to be had.
Great building. Well laid out not many in the permanent exhibition. However the portrait gallery and the Rembrandt collection was great. As was the huge special exhibition of portraits. Did not see the Dutch masters as this was expensive. The restaurant had great ambience and good food but again on the expensive side.