A museum for art exhibitions

The Hermitage Amsterdam

Initially built as a retirement home for women in the 17th Century, the Hermitage has become one of Amsterdam’s premier museums, hosting countless exhibitions from museums around the world.
More importantly, the museum’s permanent collection includes 17th century art from the Dutch Golden Age such as Rembrandt’s “Young Woman with Earrings”. The Hermitage Amsterdam is located in the heart of Amsterdam and is open seven days a week, making it easily accessible to visitors. It is also surrounded by a variety of restaurants, shops, and cafes, making it the perfect place to spend a day exploring the city.