Nederlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam

(3.8/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • The museum of photography had a very nice and comprehensive overview of the photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson. Never seen such a comprehensive overview. Nice was the link to the current Europe.
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  • With an huge own collection, several very nice exhibitions this museum is the best photo museum in the Netherlands.  more »
  • We are yesterday with the free Sunday afternoon guided tour of the museum of photography with it gone, very nice! The guide was well prepared, let some extra examples and made that you looked. Every Sunday at 14:00 you can free with a tour with it, register in advance via the website. The exhibition Europe what else, consists of the classic Henri Cartier Bresson black-and-white photos, in addition to the streetscapes of Otto Pike (funny, large piles of his work on the ground, each visitor may bring one sheet). Still down the incredibly sharp images by Nico Bick, taken in the European parliaments. The museum is not large, but that is why we just an hour when a new exhibition. Then you will walk along the water and bring you a visit to the Fenix shed, perfect Sunday afternoon!
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  • Amazing exposition of Dutch photographers. It was worth the visit
  • I love this museum, they have excellent exhibitions! Just make sure you check their website to make sure their current exhibition is of interest to you. The building itself is also very pretty. Entrance is free on Wednesdays.
  • Free with Museumkaart. Interesting photos, but not that much stuff to look at.
  • The museum was larger than what I expected considering how small Amsterdam's photography museum, FOAM, was. The Horst exhibition was on view. Overall lovely experience.
  • Nice expositions that change regularly, done in 1.5 hours.