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Prices and times

We're open again! Of course we will do everything possible to make your visit as safe as possible.

To visit the Mauritshuis, tickets need to be reserved in advance. Book your tickets.

The exhibition George Stubbs - The man, the horse, the obsession will be extended until and including 30 August 2020.

Opening hours Mauritshuis

Adjusted opening times during holidays

 Monday  1 pm - 6 pm
 Tuesday  10 am - 6 pm
 Wednesday  10 am - 6 pm
 Thursday  10 am - 6 pm
 Friday  10 am - 6 pm
 Saturday  10 am - 6 pm
 Sunday  10 am - 6 pm 

Opening hours Prince William V Gallery

Our Prince William V Gallery will remain closed to the public though 1 September.

The Prince William V Gallery is located at the Buitenhof, a five minute walk from the Mauritshuis.

 Monday  Closed
 Tuesday through Sunday
 12 am - 5 pm

Ticket Prices Mauritshuis

Visiting the Mauritshuis? Buy your tickets online.
There is no surcharge to our regular admission prices for our exhibitions.

Adults € 15.50*
Youth (under the age of 19) free
Multimedia Tour  € 3,50 
Groups (>15 adults)
€ 14*
CJP, Student Card € 12.50*
Friends of the Mauritshuis
Museum Card**, Rembrandt society, ICOM free
Holland Pass free (in exchange of coupon) 
Ooievaars Pass € 7.75*
* Entry to the Prince William V Gallery is included.
** The Museum Card is available in the Mauritshuis

Ticket Prices Prince William V Gallery

Youth (under the age of 19)
Groups (>15 people)
CJP, Studenten Card, Ooievaars Pass €2,50 
Friends of the Mauritshuis
Museum Card, Rembrandt society, ICOM
* You can easily combine a visit to the Gallery with a visit to the Mauritshuis. A ticket to the Mauritshuis includes entry to the Prince William V Gallery.


With an e-ticket or a Museum Card, you needn't go through the cash desk. However, these admission tickets do not grant you priority at possible queues outside and in front of the exhibition room.

We strive to give the best indication of the waiting time at the premises.

If you would like to avoid the crowd, we recommend planning your visit to the Mauritshuis after 3 pm or on Thursday evening. 

More information about e-tickets.


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