Located on the banks of the Amstel River, Hermitage Amsterdam is an exhibition space and cultural education centre with a focus on Russian history and culture. The Hermitage building houses other museum collections; the Amsterdam Museum and Museum vas de Geest | Outsider art. There is also room for smaller exhibitions, such as those of the annual winner of the ABN AMRO Art Prize.
Please note: the exhibition Russian avant-garde | Revolution in art is closed until further notice. View this statement from the Hermitage for more information
Group portraits of the 17th century
The exhibition Group portraits of the 17th century can be seen in the Hermitage. Thirty gigantic group portraits from the collections of the Amsterdam Museum and the Rijksmuseum. They are the 'brothers and sisters' of the Night's Watch.
Rembrandt's Anatomy Lesson of Dr Deijman and militia portraits by Govert Flinck and Nicolaes Pickenoy, among others, are just a few of the masterpieces. In addition to this successful exhibition, contemporary art in the Outsider Art Museum is a surprising addition.
Visit the Hermitage with your City Card
It is not necessary to reserve a time slot to visit this location with your City Card. Make sure your City Card is valid at the time of your visit
See how Hermitage Amsterdam makes visits accessible for people with disabilities.More information