General admission is 15 euros; I amsterdam Card holders 3 euros; children under 17 and Museumkaart holders, free.
Audio tours (3 euros) are created for each exhibition, and may enhance your visit.
Hermitage Amsterdam has a smart café/restaurant called the Neva. It does international and Russian dishes, and is open in the evenings as well as during the day.
At the moment, the only way to buy tickets in advance is through the Ticket Shop of the Amsterdam Uitburo on the Leidseplein in Amsterdam.
Museumkaart holders do not have to queue for a ticket - there's a machine in the foyer where you can get your card scanned and get an admission ticket.
At peak times - late mornings at weekends can be worst - expect queues to get in, and crowds inside. Quietest times are usually weekday afternoons, and Wednesday evenings.
- Culture vultures
- First-time travellers
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers