Hermitage Amsterdam, Amsterdam
About Hermitage Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hermitage Amsterdam, Amsterdam - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Amstel 51, 1018 EJ Amsterdam, Netherlands
Ticket Price: 15 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Hermitage Amsterdam museum is actually a branch of the famed Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg, Russia. The museum is one of the best in the region if you want to know more about the city. The museum is built inside a classical architectural building which was built in1681.The place features two large exhibition halls and smaller exhibition rooms that are all open to the public. 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 giuded tour.
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 Opening and Closing Hours
- The ticket office closes at 4.30 p.m.
How To reach Hermitage Amsterdam by Public Transport
- Take a tram or bus from Amsterdam, Waterlooplein.
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Hermitage Amsterdam, Amsterdam Reviews - Write a Review
Definitely one of the best galleries in the world. The collection is huge and entertaining. There is a free audio guide, but the ticket is expensive as well as everything in the Nederlands. I would rather everyone visited the place in order to have cultural experience. Even if you don't understand art, this place is a must to roam around in your list.
For a 29 euro entrance fee I would have expected something a bit more spectacular. Everyone uses these audio-guides, creating a low humming noise in the first few rooms (which were the most crowded). The paintings were beautiful (especially the Rembrandt portraits of old men are spectacular), but I was not overjoyed.
Very nice paintings, if you like the Dutch style, with a historical background to it. Going through the galleries, you will experience the history of Amsterdam’s golden age, embodied in the works of the great Dutch painters. However at 29.9 it’s overpriced. It might be a Tuesday curse, but it was also crowded with what I can only assume is a strictly over 65 crowd. As mentioned in the other comments, although of quality, the audio tours suffer from being headphoneless, hence you spend most of your time having a black box to your ear, not to mention that the volume varies, which leads to some rooms being chattery. This less than polished experience contrasts with the quality of the pieces exposed which is nothing short of excellent.
Two very interesting temporary exhibitions, very well executed. Free audio tours with extensive information. Allow plenty of time
Buy tickets online if you want to skip the line at busy hours. Make sure you take the time for your visit, the museum has a lot to offer, including very nice free audio tours!
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