Hermitage Amsterdam

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Availability : whole year
Min Age : Open to All

Tour description

With so much to see and so little time to see it all, getting to know a city like Amsterdam can be tough work. Exciting cultural celebrations like that of the Hermitage Amsterdam, though, should go some way to making sure you can see as much as you possibly can. As the largest branch of the Hermitage of St Petersburg collections, this museum is one of the most enjoyable to come and visit in the city: a rich treasure trove of stunning artistic and educational items you’ll love seeing.
This showcases a whole host of events, with various branches of the Hermitage offering various cultural exhibits to come and look at. This, though, will give you access to various architectural locations to come and enjoy, such as the stunning 100m long brick face – at one stage the longest façade in the entire city.
With millions of Euros spent on rejuvenation and modernisation, too, the Hermitage is a location that manages to both show off a modern style and retain its classic and culturally exciting past. If you are looking for an easy way to surround yourself with the best and brightest artistic minds of this – or any – era, then you should come to view this landmark piece of Russian-Dutch collaboration.

Additional Information

  • Opening Times
    The Hermitage Museum will open at 10AM and closes at 5PM each day.
  • Check-in
    Please be aware that last admissions will take place at 4:30PM: anyone later than this will not be allowed access to the museum premises.
  • Pricing
    Ticket pricing is specific and depends on what you are here to do and see. Tickets start at €2.50 for individual events, with a Hermitage all-in Adults pass (for anyone aged 12 and above) will be available for €25.00.