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The Hague: Entry Pass to Mauritshuis


Experience the Mauritshuis, which houses the finest Dutch paintings from the Golden Age, and indulge your inner art enthusiast. Discover one of The Hague’s most recognizable structures—it’s near to the Parliament. Gaze onto the pond from its windows.

Explore the small yet recognized world-class collection of the art museum. Explore almost 200 masterpieces that are always on exhibit, including “The Bull” by Potter, “The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp” by Rembrandt, and “The Goldfinch” by Fabritius.
Take in the wealth of diversity in the collection, which includes portraits by Rubens, still lifes by Adriaen Coorte, landscapes by Jacob van Ruisdael, and genre paintings by Jan Steen.


  • Marvel at Dutch and Flemish paintings from the 17-century
  • Get face to face with Vermeer’s famous Girl with a Pearl Earring
  • Be awed by the beautiful architecture of the 17th-century city palace
  • View Rembrandts ‘The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp’ and ‘Goldfinch’ by Fabritius
  • Learn more about the works with the downloadable Mauritshuis multimedia app



  • Entry ticket
  • WiFi
  • Guide
  • Physical audio guide device
  • Food and drinks

Tour Plan

What to expect

Take in the grand yet cozy interior of this 17th-century relic, complete with silky wall coverings, glistening chandeliers, and enormous painted ceilings.
Take your time and explore the gallery at your own pace. It takes approximately one and a half hours on average to complete a visit. Take a look at the temporary exhibition, purchase some souvenirs, and explore the diner and coffee house.

Our Laughing Boy is loaned to the Rijksmuseum for the Frans Hals exhibition from February 16 to June 9. Among the most well-known and exceptional artists of the Dutch 17th century is Frans Hals. Hals's ability to "bring his paintings to life" with color and large brushstrokes is evident in every one of his works. Our most famous Hals will not be there, but the Mauritshuis still has four more of his amazing paintings that you may view.

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Additional Info

What to bring

  • Headphones

Not allowed

  • Selfie sticks
  • Flash photography
  • Luggage or large bags

Know before you go

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Time slots are allocated on booking to keep track of the attraction's capacity
  • For more information during your visit download the free Mauritshuis multimedia app (including audio tour) via the usual app stores onto your own smart phone or tablet
  • The museum is wheelchair accessible, however, the wheelchair can't be longer than 150 cm or wider than 78 cm
  • The Museum Card can be used in this museum. To see which discount cards are also applicable, please refer to the Mauritshuis website
Cancellation Policy

Cancellation policy

This activity is non-refundable


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