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Two types of tickets

Tickets Mauritshuis including Alone with Vermeer
The exhibition Alone with Vermeer (26 September – 3 January) consists of a single painting: Vermeer's View of Delft. In the words of the famous French writer Marcel Proust, ‘the most beautiful painting in the world’. As our visitor, you will have a unique opportunity to enjoy this wonderful painting in privacy – just you and the work, in an otherwise empty room.

You can book a ten-minute time slot in the exhibition room via the option Mauritshuis tickets, including Alone with Vermeer. This ticket also gives you admission to our permanent collection on the day of your visit. The booked time slot specifies at which time you are allowed to enter the temporary exhibition. We therefore recommend arriving at our museum at least ten minutes before the start of your time slot. Naturally, you are also welcome to enjoy our permanent collection, either before or after visiting the Vermeer exhibition.

Tickets Mauritshuis: just visiting the permanent collection
Would you like to visit the Mauritshuis’s permanent collection without a separate visit to Alone with Vermeer? Or are the tickets for Alone with Vermeer been sold out? In that case, please select the option Mauritshuis tickets.

Visiting Alone with Vermeer together
The Alone with Vermeer exhibition presents you with a unique opportunity to have View of Delft all to yourself for a full ten minutes. But of course, you are also welcome to share your time slot with a small group. In that case, one member of your party needs to select the option Mauritshuis tickets, including Alone with Vermeer, while the rest can purchase a ticket via Mauritshuis tickets.

More information about the exhibition Alone with Vermeer.