Welcome to the Mauritshuis! The Mauritshuis is home to the best Dutch paintings from the Golden Age. The compact, yet world-renowned collection, is situated in the heart of The Hague. Masterpieces such as Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring, The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp by Rembrandt, The Goldfinch by Fabritius and The Bull by Potter are on permanent display in the intimate museum rooms of this seventeenth-century monument.
The Mauritshuis displays the best of the Dutch paintings from the Golden Age. The compact, world-renowned collection, is situated in the heart of The Hague. Masterpieces such as Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring, The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulpby Rembrandt, The Goldfinchby Fabritius and The Bullby Potter are on permanent display in the intimate museum rooms of the seventeenth-century monument. More than two hundred top works from Dutch and Flemish masters have a place within the classic interior, which exudes a relaxed atmosphere with its silken wall covering, sparkling chandeliers and monumental painted ceilings. Interiors from Jan Steen, landscapes from Ruysdael, still lives from Coorte and portraits from Rubens give a rich and varied representation of the seventeenth-century paintings.
The Mauritshuis is accessible to everyone. Of course, we will help you as required during your visit.
Parking for the disabled is available near the museum. Please see the overview on the City of The Hague website. Parking cards for the disabled cannot be used free of charge in paid parking areas; you can park for free in in general parking areas for the disabled.
The Mauritshuis and Prince William V Gallery are accessible, even for wheelchair-bound visitors or those with difficulty walking. The second floor of the historical building of the Mauritshuis is accessible by using the elevator of the Golden Room. Wheelchairs and walking canes are available at the reception which can be used for free. Reservations are possible at Monday through Friday from 9 am - 5 pm via +31 70 3023456 or email@example.com. There is a toilet for the disabled at the Foyer.
Are you bound to an electric wheelchair? Due to the dimensions of the lift in our historical building, not all electric wheelchairs can access the lift. If your electric wheelchair is wider than 78 cm or longer than 150 cm, it will unfortunately not fit in this lift. However, you may instead reserve one of our regular wheelchairs.
Wheelchair helpers are admitted free and tickets are available at the cash desk at the Mauritshuis.
Guide dogs are welcome.
For the safety of our collection, only a limited amount of wheelchairs are allowed in the museum at any given moment. If you wish to visit the Mauritshuis with a group of disabled visitors, please contact us in advance to discuss the possibilities.
Of course, we will help you as required during your visit. If you have any questions, please contact us on +31 70 3023435 firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOW TO REACH
The Mauritshuis is accessible on foot from The Hague Central station, or by taking the tram or bus. From The Hague HS station the Mauritshuis is accessible by tram. Refer to for current travel directions using public transport.
By car, take the A4 (Amsterdam – Delft), the A12 (Arnhem/Utrecht – Den Haag) or the N44 (Nieuw Vennep – Den Haag). Follow the directions for Centrum and then the signs to the Mauritshuis.
Check for custom travel directions.
Parking in The Hague is easy. We recommend parking your vehicle in the nearby Pleingarage or at parking Malieveld.
Due to the construction of a new parking garage in the centre of The Hague, the route to the Pleingarage has been temporarily modified. Please follow the yellow diversion signs from the Korte Vijverberg.
Youth (under the age of 19) free
Multimedia Tour €3,50
Combination Ticket Mauritshuis and
Prince William V Gallery
Groups (>15 adults)
CJP, Student Card €11
Friends of the Mauritshuis
Museum Card*, Rembrandt society, ICOM free
Holland Pass free (in exchange of coupon)
Ooievaars Pass €7
*The Museum Card is available in the Mauritshuis
2511 The Hague