What's next in The Netherlands?
What highlights does Holland have to offer in the near future?
* The Escher Museum in Het Palais, which celebrates its 125th anniversary this year, houses 120 works by the brilliant graphic artist. His play with perspective, space and reality fascinates to this day. The Kunstmuseum Den Haag has one of the largest collections of MC Escher's works. In 2023 various public buildings in The Hague will be clad in Escher style.
* In August 2025 the 10th SAIL Amsterdam will take place. During this impressive and largest sailing event in the Netherlands, up to 600 (inter)national ships, including tallships, various windjammers and naval vessels will come to Amsterdam.
* Last chance: until June 2023, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam will, for the first time in its history, dedicate an exhibition to the 17th-century master, Johannes Vermeer. With loans from around the world, this promises to be the largest Vermeer exhibition of all time. The Rijksmuseum itself houses four of Vermeer's masterpieces, including the world-famous Milkmaid. In addition, other famous paintings from various leading museums and galleries from all over the world are loaned and exhibited.
* On October 27, 2025, Amsterdam will be 750 years old. In the city, this birthday will be celebrated in a big way for a year, from October 27, 2024 until the actual anniversary one year later. Celebrate with us and experience this roaring city, which is then as lively and solemn as ever!