|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.
If you are a fan of Escher and his weird and wonderfully geometrical art then it is definitely worth a visit to The Hague. There is a great collection of his work here which is well laid out over 2 to 3 levels. The collection also provides some insights into how he created his works. The Hague is just a short one hour train trip from Amsterdam so easily done as a day trip.in the last week
Really enjoyed this Visit. We were there on a busy weekend so there were lots of people, but that didn't detract from the experience. All reproductions, but enough of a "story" to keep us interested. Our girls (9 and 12) enjoyed the visit. Plan on between 1 5 and 2 hours for a visit.a week ago
Beautiful little museum with the work of the great master Escher. Be amazed by the fantasy of this artist. It is very unique, Be aware of the closing time, which is around 5pm. Also the palace is very nice to see, so the perfect combination for a visit. Highly recommended if you like this kind of art.3 weeks ago
The work of Escher is always very impressive. The place has most of his work on exhibit together with other modern Escher-inspired pieces. I'd recommend this place to anyone visiting Den Haag. It's worth a visit!in the last week
It's one hell of a place, and it was one hell of a visit, I will never forget. The guy is a distinguished artist on engraved wood and lithography. It's a kind of an unusual art that requires a lot of hardwork, let alone the imaginative vision in a multiple magnitude of regular painting.a week ago