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2514 EH Den Haag
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Address & route description

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

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Opening hours

Tuesday to Sunday: 11.00 – 17.00
The cash register closes at 16:30, the museum shop closes at 16:50

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An overview of our admission tickets and accepted discount passes.

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Escher in The Palace 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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The latest Escher Today 25 May 2024

Escher and the Wadden Islands

The five Wadden Islands in the north of the Netherlands provide a home for locals but are also a popular holiday destination. Although part of the Netherlands, the islands feel like a foreign country, if only because of the ferry trip you have to make to reach them. Mainlanders flock…
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Escher in The Palace acquires unique White Cat and discovers text written by Escher

Museum Escher in The Palace in The Hague has acquired a unique work by Maurits Cornelis Escher. When the woodcut of a white cat was being removed from its frame, a previously unknown text by M.C. Escher himself was discovered. The text has been examined and interpreted over the past few months.

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Cat art competition

M.C. Escher absolutely loved his pet cat, which he depicted in Escher in The Palace's new acquisition: White Cat (1919). To celebrate this addition to the collection, Escher in The Palace is organising a cat art competition for children and adults. Grab your chance and depict your own or someone else's cat the way you like it!

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Maura Biava

The Italian artist Maura Biava is curious about the world around her, a trait she shares with M.C. Escher. For her photography, drawings and ceramic work, she draws inspiration from nature and mathematics. In her solo exhibition at Escher in The Palace, she is showing three underwater photography works, new ceramic works and the resulting photography, as well as a series of works on paper.

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Becoming Escher

An extraordinary find led Joris Escher to a voyage of discovery into the life and work of his great-uncle, Maurits Cornelis Escher. Among family heirlooms, Joris found a Chinese lacquerware box containing ivory puzzles. Hidden in the bottom he found some drawings by M.C. Escher and his father, Joris’s great-grandfather. Escher in The Palace is to show them for the first time in an exhibition entitled Becoming Escher.

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Audio guides accessible to the hard of hearing

Escher in The Palace has had its audio tours for visitors made accessible to the hard of hearing. A specially developed technology was used to this end. The launch has been held on 3 March to commemorate World Hearing Day.

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