Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age

Important info

  • Opening hours: 
    Daily: 09.00 - 17.00 h.  
  • Additional information: 
    Closed on:
    April 27 and December 25.
    Open from 11.00 - 17.00 h. on January 1
  • Child age and price:
    0 - 11 years: free
  • Location: 
    Amstel 51, Amsterdam (inside Hermitage Museum)
  • Important:
    If you want to visit the Hermitage Museum, you'll need a separate ticket.
  • Extra information:
    This is an open ticket, meaning you can use it on the desired date and time. Please, check the opening times.

What's included?

  • Fast-track admission
  • Free audioguide in Dutch, English, Spanish, Italian, German and French

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Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age

€ 17.50 15

Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age

The Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age is a unique exhibition in the Hermitage Museum in Amsterdam. For the first time ever, gigantic paintings by the master Rembrandt van Rijn and many of his 17th-century contemporaries have been brought together from the collections of the Rijksmuseum and the Amsterdam Museum and exhibited under a single roof. The Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age is on display for a limited amount of time and definitely a must-see during your trip to the Netherlands. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and get your tickets now!

Masterpieces in the Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age Amsterdam

Thirty enormous paintings featuring group portraits of the 17th-century elite are on display in the Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age Amsterdam. These include works by such masters as Nicolaes Pickenoy, Govert Flinck and Rembrandt van Rijn. During the 17th century—the so-called Dutch Golden Age—Amsterdam was the economic, military, artistic and scientific center of the world. The highly lucrative trade business and the monopoly on spices in Asia that the Dutch East India Company had established gave an enormous (and seemingly inexhaustible) boost to the Dutch economy. This new-found abundance in wealth led to an increase in spending in all areas of the economy, including the arts. It was during this period that the pieces on display in the Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age Amsterdam were commissioned by the ruling upper class. The attention to detail and masterful techniques employed by the painters have never been outdone since. The current exposition at the Hermitage Museum is also the first (and perhaps last) time these works are exhibited together. The Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age Amsterdam is, therefore, a must-see during your holidays in the Netherlands!

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Get your tickets to the Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age right now! You can book them quickly and easily on our website. Tickets booked here also include a free audio guide in several languages and fast-track admission to the Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age, so you can skip the queues at the entrance! Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind exhibition and make your reservations now!

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