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O Museu Nacional de Antiguidades em Leiden é uma das principais instituições culturais da Holanda. Fundada em 1818, abriga uma extensa coleção de artefatos da Era de Ouro holandesa, bem como uma ampla gama de outros objetos históricos. O museu é particularmente conhecido por suas pinturas, que incluem obras de Rembrandt, Jan Steen e Frans Hals. Além de suas pinturas, o museu também possui uma grande coleção de móveis, prata e porcelana. O Museu Nacional de Antiguidades está localizado no coração de Leiden e é facilmente acessível pelo transporte público.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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🗣️ National Museum of Antiquities: Opiniões
A great museum displaying Egyptian pheromones and Greek civilisation. Incredible pieces of monuments, mummified animals, Egyptian mummies, statues, paintings and more! I LOVED the museum shop as I managed to get few Egyptian decorative things! It’s great to see a piece of my home country in the Netherlands
Great collection, top museum. Currently there is an exhibition: Byblos Again a hit, excellent presentation about this Fenician city. Lots of artifacts from the various periods in the very long history of this seaport. The faraos were keen on the cedar trees and therefore a rich connection existed for hundreds of years. Highly recommended.
I love this museum, interesting temporary exhibitions and firm fixed collection
One of the best museums of ancient artifacts I've ever seen. There are always major changes since at least two or three of their big exhibits are traded out regularly for new ones... but the heart of the collection -- Egyptian, Greek and Roman items, plus a fantastic exhibit on the Netherlands in the paleolithic through the bronze age -- stays where it is. This makes it well worth seeing more than once -- you'll find old friends, but meet new faces as well.
Amazing Roman collection! The oldest Antiquities museum in the country and probaby the world. The recent expositions on Doggerland and the current Emperor Domitian installation were/are delightful! Unfortunately the museum will be closed until 25th January 2022 due to Covid-19 restrictions. Silly since it was socially distanced, QR vaccination checked and everyone wore face masks. I caught the Domitian exposition the day before the latest lock down. Everyone was respectful and engaged. Informative temporary exhibit with peices from the vatican and the Met in NYC. As the last of the Flavian dynasty, Domitian was one of the most historically decisive emperors, you either love him or hate him. Rijksmuseum van oudheden is an ingaing and unique museum in a city known for its museums. A true jem for any history buff.
If you like to see some Ancient Egyptian, Romans and Dutch artifacts.. This is the best place
Exciting collection of ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome!
É necessário ver se você está em Leiden e está interessado no Egito, Roma ou Grécia antiga. Apesar de seu tamanho moderado, há uma quantidade enorme de se ver. Dica rápida: o portão separa o café das exposições, mas o bilhete permite que você entre e sai da área de exposição principal. Assim, você pode fazer uma folga no café e depois voltar às exposições. Passamos horas aqui.
If you are interested in Egypt you could spend hours here. Really impressive. Also nice exposition at the top floor on the Dutch antiquities, spanning from prehistoric times to Romans in the Netherlands to modern history. One remark - the airco in the museum is quite aggressive so bring layers as it does get cold, especially if you want to spend a couple hours
Wonderful museum. Very good collection. I only wish they have more information in English.
If you have interest in Egypt, this is a must visit place. Entry ticket 14€, free for students.
It's a great place to learn about the Greek empire and Egypt.
Coleção impressionante de artefatos egípcios, etruscos, gregos e romanos - muito bem com curadoria. Os 25 livros de Leiden que mudaram a exposição mundial foram interessantes, apenas 10 eram importantes do meu ponto de vista - talvez os outros fossem importantes para a NL e não o mundo
Ótimo museu. Muitos artefatos maravilhosos! O museu tem uma boa mistura de artefatos e é muito inteligente projetado. Tudo está por trás do GLAS, mas a luz foi montada de uma maneira que é quase invisível. O único aspecto negativo: muitas descrições específicas do objeto são apenas na linguagem holandesa.
Beautiful museum with a lot of artifacts and art from ancient civilazations. Sacofags and mummies from Egypt, sculptures from anciënniteit Greece and Rome and now a great exposition about the emperor Domitianus.
Stunning exhibits (particularly the ancient Egyptian items), in a remarkable building. Well organized, informative and fun. Will certainly return.
Amazing antiques of ancient Egypt and Roman times and many of the antiques aren't replicas they are real, a must see museum in Liden
É um museu muito legal e completo da história antiga! Não se deixe enganar por fotos, é um grande edifício com uma grande quantidade de objetos; portanto, se você quiser ver tudo corretamente, eu recomendaria que você gaste aqui pelo menos 3 horas. O edifício tem 3 andares, um para o Egito antigo, outro para Roma, Grécia e Etrusca e o último andar da história da Holanda. O ingresso inclui um AudioGuide, pergunte aos funcionários do museu sobre como funciona, pois não é realmente intuitivo.
A fantastic museum filled with Ancient Egyptian, Roman, and Greek (also some Mesopotamian pieces) I got exhausted after seeing all exhibits and listening all audioguide content. One big issue is that so many of the labels are only in Dutch, not the most tourist friendly thing to do.
Great exhibition and thematic play rooms for kids. For sure I'll visit it again...the reconstruction of Caesar's face surprised. Such a nothing special face :(
Superb exhibition of Doggerland, which was new to me. I enjoyed every minute of my 4 hours wandering through the exhibits. Well worth a visit. Take 50c so you can put your things in a locker though. This is a shame as most museums and galleries we visit the lockers are free.
If you love Greek, Roman, Dutch Persian and Egypt history then this is the place to go. Loads of sculptures, coins and archaeological finds. Only thing they can do bettet is create a good walking route or start point.
I went to the two temporary exhibitions: Temples of Malta and Doggerland. Both were very worthwhile visiting. The first one makes me wanna visit Malta again and visit those temple sites and the second was a team eye-opener. Never realized that the North sea once was inhabited with farmlands etc. Very good exhibitions. Can really recommend them.
Impressive collection. A must for everyone interested in history. My pictures are taken in 2015.
I loved this museum! Is it a short walk from the train station and it is easy to find. It was very beautiful inside with many sculptures, their is also an audio guide at the front desk if you need it.
Absolutely amazing experience! They had exhibits from Saqqara and it was wonderful. Saw a bust of Socrates, learned about different parts of the world during Roman times. They even had a Tutankhamen exhibit we didn't make it to because it said that we needed 45 mins to complete.
Excellent exhibitions, especially when considering the price. Audiotours for adults or children in many languages included in the entrance fee, and ticket is valid all day - you can leave for lunch and come back later. Ancient Egypt, Greece and Italy are covered in the permanent exhibitions, with temporary exhibitions on other topics. Plan 3-4 hours for the full museum, or about 1 hour for just the highlights.
It would be really nice for a weekend with the kids, friends, family, lovers to the things about Egypt, pyramids, statutes, history, culture, mummies, ...; Greece, and the roman time in the Netherlands. There is a restaurant for lunch, coffee... it was an educational museum.. :) can spend around 4 hours to see everything there. I spent only 2.5 hours so the part about Roman time in the NL was a bit rush
Stunning!!! If you are a big fan of ancient Egypt, you definitely need to go there. They have real temple from Egypt inside the museum!!! Great for children (group 4, NL) as a part of educational process (ancient history).
a lovely museum with a fixed exhibition worth a detour. the changing exhibitions are always top rate with a wonderful innovative way of displaying the artefacts. and the food in the cafe is lovely.
This museum is a lust for your eyes and a feast to your senses. We've enjoyed our visit to the museum together with the family. The children where inspired by al the wonders of the history.
This museum not only had a sense of adventure about it that would be perfect for families, but it was also educational. There was multiple sections of interest: Romans, Egyptians and more. If timed right, you can watch a captivating light show projected onto a replica Egyptian building. Lockers were provided for free for any additional bags or coats you may have on you. Perfect. Audio tours were free and could either be in Dutch or English. These were very clever in the way you scan an artifact and you could here the information about it. The shop was on the expensive side but had a variety of gifts that could be bought to remember your day out. Could be visited in a whole day if done in detail but can also be done in a couple of hours. I would recommend this museum of interesting artefacts to anybody interested in history, perhaps in particular eiple interested in the history of the Netherlands. Families would be suitable but be prepared for a lot of facts! Some school parties were there, but the museum was large enough for you not to be disturbed by anybody. Overall, I would definitely say, visit this museum! Enjoy, have fun, and maybe there will be a concert on when you go as well!
Amazing museum. 13.50 euros, but a great infrastructure. So many beautiful artefacts and interesting expositions.
Great Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Etruscan collections. Went to see the Nineveh exhibition too, was nicely constructed and narrated. Artifacts are not merely shown but also contextualised and their significance explained. Great museum, highly recommended for enthusiasts of antiquity.
Amazing museum with great collections.visit the floor with Egyptian collection, real mummies there, and roman and greek collections on the next floor are wonderful, we really enjoyed our stay there for half a day
Good Museum for kids learning about ancient romans ... the best part is the “show” that runs around 5 minutes on the Ancient Greek temple. As it’s located in the heart of the city best to public transport or bike .
This is a great museum in Dutch and English with a great Egyptian exhibit were you can see bits of ruins, artifacts and mummy's of course. The ancient Greek and Roman exhibits are also very good there is also a tiny collection of Indonesian artifacts. The museum's cafe and shop are also very good. This is a must go to place if you are in Leiden.
Great museum with wide range of exhibits from ancient Egypt, Greek, Roman and local history.
The atmosphere in this museum is great, as you're literally surrounded by pieces of human history. The ground floor of the museum is dedicated to Ancient Egypt and includes themes such as the Egyptian after life and death rituals, religion, and the differences between the different periods and dynasties. The first floor houses the permanent expositions of Roman history, late ancient Greece history and the ancient Near-East. The top floor houses the permant collections of Dutch Archeology, the Romans in the Netherlands and the early ancient Greece period. In addition to these permanent expositions, the museum also has temporary displays and expositions. As education plays a big role in this museum, it's very suitable for kids. There are several different educational scavenger hunts and games available to make a visit very exciting for children. The flip side is that there are always plenty of children roaming the museum during school vacations and weekends, so if you don't like that, plan your visit accordingly. A small 'but' is that some of the signs and descriptions in the museum are written only in Dutch and not translated to English. A big compensation for that is the free English audio tour visitors can use by picking up one of the listening devices at the entrance.
Allot of statues and mummies and antique artifacts from important times in our history. Leiden Museum of Antiquities has allot to offer. Amazing how they were able to have all these beautifull icons in there collection.
It is one of the greatest places in the Netherlands if you like Egyptian, Greeks ore Roman history. Verry nice colections. I can't say it enough, this is a must see.