Dutch and Flemish mastersOver two hundred masterpieces by Dutch and Flemish masters are on permanent display in the intimate rooms of the former home of Johan Maurits, Count of Nassau-Siegen. Jan Steen households, Van Ruisdael landscapes, flower still lifes and Rubens and Frans Hals portraits provide a rich and varied illustration of seventeenth-century painting.
In addition to the permanent collection, the Mauritshuis organises original temporary exhibitions in the exhibition space in the Royal Dutch Shell Wing. The museum offers a diverse programme that invites visitors to take a close look at the paintings on view: from a free Multimedia Tour to guided tours, from lectures to workshops. Visitors are welcome in the Brasserie for a coffee and can shop at the Museum Shop.