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The Mauritshuis Royal Picture Gallery

4,909 Reviews

The Mauritshuis Royal Picture Gallery

4,909 Reviews
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Extra Self Love Private Walking Tour in The Hague's Royal Quarter

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With all those (Covid...)-reasons, nowadays, to be disappointed, anxious, edgy... Most important to stay actively positive, don't you think? <br><br>The good news: LOVE is the answer. That's why in this walk we open - as a start - our eyes more for love. It's all around us: let's be more aware of that! <br><br>On purpose we walk there where you normally would shop. But now open for loving details: selflove, love towards nature, material, people, community, humanity. How to relate to it? How to keep it alive? <br><br>Join and you will see: it's before our feet, all around us. More than you thought it was. We just have to see it more, see more, open up more to it.<br><br>Walking &amp; talking in The Hague's finest historical part: Royal Quarter, full of art, special products and people and details and plans. Good energy. Pretty sure you will start 'looking like this' in your own environment too. Inspiring! <br><br>Includes a cup of coffee on the go.
US$70.48 per adult
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Jollyjumper22 wrote a review 6 Feb
Pekanbaru, Indonesia150 contributions41 helpful votes
The museum where you can see the art work of one of greatest painter the Dutchess had: Johannes Vermeer, Rembrandt. No camera allowed inside the museum.
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Date of experience: February 2021
Bartek wrote a review Sep 2020
Western Poland, Poland5 contributions1 helpful vote
Not the largest but one of the best art museums I have ever visited. Many beautiful and known to most people masterpieces. It's worth spending some time to admire every painting and listen to the commentary in the tour app. I Will definitely come back!
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Date of experience: September 2020
dolfin2016 wrote a review Aug 2020
Monte-Carlo, Monaco61 contributions51 helpful votes
The permanent collection is worth the trip and with the Stubbs temporary exhibition it was worth coming back the next day after having booked a ticket online as one cannot just go there, even if it is not too crowded.
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Date of experience: August 2020
2 Helpful votes
JurreSilbi wrote a review Aug 2020
Krakow, Poland60 contributions73 helpful votes
A relatively small museum, but... Vermeer, Rembrandt, Steen and many other top masters. During Covid 2019 epidemy you need to purchase ticket via their website with the indicated entrance time. For the art lovers, reserve minimum 3-4 hours. Audioguides not available but there is free app for smartphones and tablets. Not very successful with only few art objects fully deacribed. Be prepared for some waiting as the entrance to the rooms is limited. Anyway, this place is a must.
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Date of experience: August 2020
3 Helpful votes
nldogbert wrote a review Aug 2020
Eindhoven, The Netherlands1,402 contributions403 helpful votes
Very good collection of paintings in a small intimate location. Make sure to reserve your time/date on time. One good thing is that the museum is at least open on Mondays from 1 pm (which normally lots of other museums are closed)
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Date of experience: August 2020
2 Helpful votes
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