All year long
At the heart of one of the most surprising European capitals, the Royal Palace of Amsterdam sits on the grand Dam square. A worthy heir of the Golden Age of Amsterdam, it was originally built as the city hall in the reign of Louis Bonaparte, during the seventeenth century.
A prestigious architectural site, the Royal Palace in Amsterdam houses a fine collection of works of art. Exhibitions and competitions take place here, rewarding young artists and craftsmen.
Exhibitions of works by Flinck, Lievens and Rembrant take place regularly.
Queen Beatrice, an important figure in the Netherlands, continues an ancestral tradition, presiding over ceremonies such as "the royal awards for painting".
At the heart of this young and romantic city, the Amsterdam Royal Palace, symbol of the monarchy, bears witness to a key period of European political construction.
Admission prices :
- Full price : 10 €
- Children up to 17 years : Free