Hermitage Amsterdam

The Hermitage Amsterdam is a satellite branch of one of the largest and most renowned museums in the world, the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia.

The museum is housed in Amstelhof, an elegantly restored 17th-century building in the historic heart of Amsterdam, built in 1681-83 as a charitable home for the elderly. Renovated at a cost of some 40 million euros (approximately $50 million), the building has been redesigned as a series of open and light filled galleries by architect Hans van Heeswijk.

The Hermitage Amsterdam is managed by the Dutch Stichting Hermitage aan de Amstel and shows art from the collection of the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg.


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21.10.2014

Hermitage Amsterdam announces 2014-2020 exhibition programme

Hermitage Amsterdam

Hermitage Amsterdam announced its exhibition programme for 2014-2020 at a festive event on Friday 11 April. The museum is currently celebrating its fifth year...


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