Very interesting even if you don't know Escher at all. The museum contains a floor with interactive installations so it can be great for children too.
About Escher in Het Paleis (Escher in the Palace)
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This museum is housed in a palace used by a number of Dutch queens, and information on the history of the palace is interspersed with the Escher work. I came away with a new appreciation for what a talented artist Escher was. All of his...More
Great and short display of Escher artworks in Het Paleis followed by an interactive floor of optical illusions and Op & Kinetic Art. The visit takes about two hours, which was perfect for our family. There is also a small pamphlet with activities for the...More
Very interesting historical exhibition with, on the top floor, new interactive puzzles of perception that echo Escher
Doesn't matter if you don't know who Escher is, (I didn't before this!) or if you're not into art (I'm not!). His work with perspectives, optical illusions and metamorphosis is FASCINATING! I had a throughly enjoyable and stimulating visit!