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The Mauritshuis is home to the very best of Dutch Golden Age painting. The compact, yet world-renowned collection, is situated in the heart of The Hague, right next to the government centre. Masterpieces such as Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring...more
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The reason I wanted to visit the Mauritshuis was to see Vemeer’s “Girl with the Pearl Earring”. It is worth the visit just to see the architecture in the building itself. Great selection of works from various artists.
The Mauritshuis is very compact — just two floors — and crammed with great works of art. It is one of my favourite places, the art museum I love best. It doesn’t exhaust viewers the way larger art museums tend to do. No trip to...More
We recently visited the Mauritshuis on a day trip from Amsterdam and absolutely loved it. Without question one of the most intimate, charming art museum's that we have ever visited. The collection of art is quite impressive. They have several Vermeer's for heave's sake. The...More
The gallery is quite small - I think the place consists of 16 rooms (2 floors), but the exhibition is very rich. Some really famous names, number one being Vermeer's masterpiece The girl with a pearl earring. There are famous paintings of Rembrandt, Rubens, van...More
The museum is in an unbelievable building that was once a huge house. The art work dates back to the 1500’s and was spectacular! The featured paintings from Rembrandt, Potter and Vermeer were special.
This is a must to do for anyone wanting to see...More
One of the must do's in the Hague if you are into arts. What was very positively surprising that they had a family friendly things to do - kids tend to be very bored in galleries and most of museums. In Mauritshuis, they get to...More
The Mauritshuis is far more intimate and accessible than other Dutch museums like Amsterdam's Van Gogh and the Rijksmuseum. You can get very close to The Girl with the Pearl Earring, The Bull, The Goldfinch, etc. before the guard runs over and barks at you...More