|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.
Really nice collection of his art. Also nice stuff for kids on the top floor. Take your time! One hour is not enough to see everything so be there no later than 15:30in the last week
Best museum! Amazing selection of his work and some great optical illusion interactions on the third floor. Would definitely come back :D2 weeks ago
As a huge Escher fan, this was a marvelous treat! Many of his original chalk bases are included, and the interactive exhibit on the third floor included an IMAX-style visual experience, about 10 minutes long, that captured the mindset of Escher in a new way. Highly recommended!3 weeks ago
I've been fascinated by Escher since I was a child, a restaurant my family and I used to go to when I was a child had some of his illustrations/wood cut outs on their walls and I would be completely mesmerised by these optical illusions. It was such an experience to finally go to this museum and see all of his works. Great day!a month ago
Really interesting exhibit. More than Escher also has other artists and optics. The palace itself is also nice.3 weeks ago