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Lange Voorhout 74
2514 EH Den Haag
T: 070-4277730
E: info@escherinhetpaleis.nl

Prepare to be amazed by the works of M.C. Escher

Address & route description

Information about our location at the Lange Voorhout and how to get there.

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Opening hours

Tuesday till Sunday 11.00 – 17.00.
Please note: last admission is 30 minutes before closing time.
Museumshop closes at 16:50.

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Admission

An overview of our admission tickets, accepted discount passes and the possibilities for combined visits to other venues in The Hague.

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What's on

Escher in Het Paleis is a permanent exhibition dedicated to the world-famous, imaginative artist M.C. Escher. Read about our permanent collection and temporary exhibitions.

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Enhance your visit

Looking back at the ‘Haagse Museumnacht’

Last Saturday Escher in Het Paleis dived into a strange episode of Eschers life. The central theme of this years 'Haagse Museumnacht' (a festive evening during which all museums are open and organise special events) was 'Freak Like Me'.

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Next one: 17 December - Christmas edition!

Breakfast at The Palace

A sunday with Escher: enjoy a tasty breakfast in the former kitchen of Queen Mother Emma.
Breakfast is served between 09:15 and 10:15, after which you have the unique opportunity to visit Escher in The Palace before opening.

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The life of Escher

Read the fascinating life story of Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972)

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Masterpieces

Dutchman Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972) is one of the most famous graphic artists in the world. The way he plays with perspective, space and reality means he remains fascinating even today. The highlights of his collection can be seen in Escher in Het Paleis.

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Stories about Escher

Get to know Maurits Cornelis Escher. Articles by our curator and other authors provide deeper insight into his life and work.

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History of The Palace

Our building at the Lange Voorhout has a long history. Read about its origins, the Royals who lived here and how this palace became the residence of a permanent exhibition dedicated to Escher.

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