A very cool museum in a nice part of the city. Was very surprised by their high quality collection of Tibetan and Mikkyo artifacts
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Fantastic collections of artifacts from Asia, Africa, Peru and other countries, nicely arranged and easy to follow. The museum is not very large, but lovely and enjoyable. Check out the ballroom on the first level. Welcoming and friendly staff happy to assist and provide more...More
The tour starts on the top floor of the museum and works its way down to the ground floor. This top floor also has the temporary exhibition space. On the top floor is Tibetan & Japanese Buddhist objects. Some of these as presented in a...More
This museum is relatively small but they managed to pack in a great collection. The selection is really good, big enough to enjoy and explore but small enough not to get bored.
Truly beautiful 3rd floor (Tibet and Japan), interesting 2nd and 1st floors as well. The museum is quiet, well organized and offers images and music rather than lengthy explanations. Recommended.
I think this museum is the most underrated one in Rotterdam. It is a bit pricy, but by far the most beautiful one. The building is absolutely stunning and the care for the exhibitions is superb. Its never too busy and thats maybe why the...More
What a amazing experience on a Saturday morning! Besides the normal collections we came to see the AFRIKA 010 collection. It exhibits top pieces as the source of inspiration for art, design, architecture, fashion, jewelry, and music from Africa. These items present a parade of...More
Found this hidden gem of Rotterdam while walking back to my house after trip from Kinderdijk. Near to Waterbus stop and very beautiful museum at perfect location. Many amazing artifacts kept here and the special one is at the entrance of the museum. The statue...More
Visited here to see the African exhibition, it is stunning. The power figures are amazing and costumes, headdresses and other artefacts a treat. You can listen to a commentaryear at various points throughost the exhibition - it's well worth taking advantage of this. The other...More