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Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague
Categories: Art Museums, Museums
One of the Netherlands' most popular and prominent art museums, Gemeentemuseum Den Haag houses an extensive collection of modern works and the world's largest conglomeration of those by Dutch artist Piet Mondriaan. Visit the museum and explore its themed exhibitions displaying art by a multitude of artists including Picasso, Monet, and Frank Stella, to name a few. You'll discover that in addition to paintings, the complex holds a collection of 50,000 prints and drawings from the 19th and 20th centuries, vintage fashion items, and even a selection of historical musical instruments. Exhibits rotate frequently, so be sure to check the website for information on current displays. Put Gemeentemuseum Den Haag at the forefront of your travel plans using our The Hague family vacation planner.
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One of the best museums in Holland. Developed an understanding of Mondrain and the de Stijl movement. Went 3 times in 3 days. Also had a Delft exhibit. Will return.
Altijd een goede tentoonstelling, mooie locatie. Ook goed om te lunchen met vrienden en daarna nog even terug naar de tentoonstelling te lopen. Niet vergeten de winkel te bezoeken en indien er tijd ov... read more »Always a good exhibition, beautiful location. Also good to have lunch with friends and then back to the exhibition. Not forget to visit the store and if there is time left, to go to the photo museum.show original
The Gemeentemuseum is a bit out of the central area in the Hague. It is most definitely worth the trip which is easy by tram. The de Stijl - Mondrian collection includes both paintings and models for ... read more »
Not only the paintings by Mondriaan, but the building designed by Berlage are both well worth a vsit. For kids the special exhibition in the basement could be interesting, but they are better entertained in the nearby Museon.
Outstanding architecture and exhibits. In particular the Mondrian exhibit is particularly good. The staff us extremely pleasant, helpful and kind. The cafe in the court yard is really pleasant.
One of the best museums in The Hague. They have constantly changing expositions so well worth checking in every once in a while.
The building itself is already art: spacious, well lit, intricately designed and yet easy to navigate. The silver collection was my favorite as well as Toorop's work. All-in-all, this is probably my favorite museum in the Netherlands.
The most beautiful museum in the Netherlands. Wonderful and thrilling exhibitions, shown in an amazingly gorgeous building.
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