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Opening times & Admission

Opening times & Admission

The Hermitage is open for three days at the end of April!

The Hermitage Amsterdam is participating in the pilot museum visit with rapid test for Museum Card holders and will open its doors to the public on 21, 22 and 23 April. There are two exhibitions: Tsars And Knights and the exhibition of the ABN AMRO Art Prize winner Evelyn Taocheng Wang. Panorama Amsterdam can also be seen. If all goes well, the Hermitage and all other museums will hopefully be able to open permanently again soon!

Tickets exclusively via

A limited number of tickets are available for this pilot. The exhibitions are only accessible with an online e-ticket. You can only reserve it via No tickets are therefore sold at the box office or via See also the website of for more information.


The Hermitage Amsterdam is temporarily closed

Due to the tightened corona measures, all museums are closed to the public. Also the Hermitage Amsterdam. We are very sorry that we cannot welcome you, but hope to be able to open the doors again soon. At the moment it is temporarily not possible to buy tickets. Keep an eye on our website for more information on when ticket sales can start again.

Have you already ordered a ticket? Then you will receive an email from us about the solution(s) we can offer you.

Face mask obligation As of December 1, 2020, the Dutch government has made it a legal requirement to wear a face mask in public indoor spaces such as museums. This is also the case in the Hermitage Amsterdam. By accepting the Terms and Conditions of the Hermitage Amsterdam you agree to this obligation. On the basis of this measure, access to the museum can be denied.

Visiting address: Amstel 51, Amsterdam
Post-office box 11675, 1001 GR Amsterdam
Temporary closed Opening hours: Wed.-Sun. from 10 am to 5 pm. The ticket desk closes at 4:30 pm.
Closed on: 27 April (King’s Day)
E-mail address for general enquiries:

1. Admission prices Hermitage all-in

Do you wish to visit all exhibitions (Tsars and Knights, Portrait Gallery of the 17th Century and the Outsider Art Museum)? In that case we have the extra-affordable Hermitage all-in ticket for € 27,50 or a Hermitage all-in Museum Card for free.

  • Hermitage all-in Museumkaart: free
  • Hermitage all-in Adults (from 12 years): € 27,50
  • Hermitage all-in I amsterdam City Card: free
  • Hermitage all-in Children (up to and including 11 years): free
  • Hermitage all-in ICOM: free

2. Admission prices Tsars and Knights 

  • Adults (from 12 years): € 21,00
  • Stadspas: € 16,80
  • CJP: € 16,80
  • Vriend Hermitage Amsterdam: free
  • Children (up to and including 11 years): free
  • BankGiro Loterij VIP-KAART: free
  • ICOM: free
Jewels!  I amsterdam City Card: free

3. Admission prices for Portrait Gallery of the 17th Century

Other cards, such as the ANWB pass or the Ooievaarspas, are not valid as entrance tickets. We do not give a discount to students or people aged 65 and up.

  • Adults (>12): € 18,00
  • Groups > 15 people: € 15,00
  • CJP: € 10,00
  • BankGiro Loterij VIP-KAART: free
  • Friends: €7,50
  • Museum Card: €2,50
  • Children (<11): Free
  • I amsterdam City Card: Free 

Other cards, such as the ANWB pass or the Ooievaarspas, are not valid as entrance tickets. We do not give a discount to students or people aged 65 and up.

4. Admission prices for Museum of the Mind | Outsider Art

  • Adults (>19): € 17,50
  • Children (<12): Free
  • Students: € 13,00
  • Groups > 8 people: € 15,00 p.p. (not available)
  • CJP: € 10,00
  • BankGiro Loterij VIP-KAART: Free
  • Friends of Dolhuys: Free
  • Museum Card: Free 
  • I amsterdam City Card: Free 
  • ICOM: Free

Other cards, such as the ANWB pass or the Ooievaarspas, are not valid as entrance tickets. We do not give a discount to people aged 65 and up.

Outsider Art Gallery and Artotheek

Admission to the Outsider Art Gallery and the Artotheek is free of charge.

Photo Evert Elzinga

You can make your visit to the Hermitage Amsterdam as varied as you like. You can choose to visit one of the three big exhibitions or combine two or three. Then you can take the historic route, passing by the period rooms and the church hall, which has a phenomenal view of the Amstel river.

Take a break and enjoy a drink and a bite to eat at the To-Go-bar in de foyer, or take part in one of the activities on offer. To find out more, take a look at one of the screens in the building. And don’t forget to visit the Museum Shop, which Parool newspaper voted the best museum shop in Amsterdam in 2015!

I amsterdam City Card

Click here to purchase the I amsterdam City Card online. We also sell the card in our Museum Shop.


Click here to purchase the CJP online.

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Hermitage Amsterdam started a fundraising campaign to ensure its future. Can you help us with a donation? Thank you!