Escher in The Palace is now open to the public again as it was previously. The easing of Covid-19 restrictions means that you can once more enjoy a visit to our beautiful museum.
Given that the government has classified museums as ‘doorstroomlocaties’ (i.e. places where people keep moving around), you no longer need to make a reservation prior to your visit. Nor will we be asking you for a coronavirus admission code *, and the 1.5-metre social distancing rule no longer applies in the museum. That said, we would ask you to stay at home if you have any coronavirus-related symptoms and, of course, to follow the government’s hygiene measures in the museum as well. This will enable us to work with all our visitors on ensuring that a visit to our museum is enjoyable and responsible.
Admission tickets can be purchased via our online ticket page, but are also available at the ticket counter. Come and enjoy the oeuvre of M.C. Escher and our beautiful palace on the Lange Voorhout!
[*] The exception is the restaurant MC Cafe. As this is a catering facility, we do ask you for a coronavirus admission code.