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Drents Museum

Brink 1, 9401 HS, Assen, The Netherlands
+31 592 377 773
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Nice museum regularly having very interesting alternating exhibitions. Parking garage nearby.

We visit interesting exhibitions wherever they are, this time it was the one about the great... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2017
Haje1946_11
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Peatbodies!

Ever since TCE was a kid, she had a fascination for peatbodies. Travelling to Assen with NRE (who's... read more

Reviewed 25 June 2017
TCE_NRE
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Amsterdam
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Brink 1, 9401 HS, Assen, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 11 July 2017

We visit interesting exhibitions wherever they are, this time it was the one about the great unknown Liao Dynasty (10th - 12th century), an empire founded by nomadic Khitan people from what now is Mongolia-Siberia, stretching from the Sea of Japan to Europe. They showed...More

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Reviewed 25 June 2017

Ever since TCE was a kid, she had a fascination for peatbodies. Travelling to Assen with NRE (who's from America) obviously meant a visit to the Drents Museum to look at the archaeological collection. We spent over two hours admiring the permanent collection and taking...More

Thank TCE_NRE
Reviewed 20 June 2017

Just posted on my own blog about the stunning "The Great Liao" exhibition. Temp exhibition on show till end of October 2017. Was well worth a long journey. So wrapped up in admiring exhibits, no time was left for rest of museum. Well-stocked museum shop...More

Thank Katevents
Reviewed 6 June 2017

I was surprised at both the depth and breadth of the collection. Despite spending most of the day there, there was easily another day or two that could be spent roaming the collection. There's a large regionally focused collection, and then there are interesting temporary...More

Thank sgkiser
Reviewed 31 May 2017

The Drents Museum in Assen organizes good and interesting exhibitions. We were here for the exhibition of Peredvidzniki. The paintings were worth the effort, and were well prepared in the various spaces. We also listened to sound recordings of the painters' contemporaries. The downside was...More

Thank A-flying-Dutchman
Reviewed 25 March 2017 via mobile

We visited the exposition of russian realism. A Must see. Beautiful and very big paintings. The old part of the museum is Also very interesting; from the same architect as the rijksmuseum in Amsterdam

Thank Jan-Auwke D
Reviewed 23 March 2017

The museum, unassuming from the outside, is great for its archaeological section. It often holds, also, top-quality temporary exhibitions, such as the current one showcasing the Peredvizhniki Russian Realism movement. The latter is impressively set up in the airy new wing, with a very good...More

Thank Andre L
Reviewed 16 March 2017

When you visit Assen, you should definitely visit this museum. It´s very interesting. A few years ago the Terracotta Army was in the museum, this was really interesting. Right now you can watch Russian Realism, so I think I need to visit again :)

1  Thank Seyamaila P
Reviewed 5 March 2017

The Drents museum in Assen has been renovated. In my opnion it is not too easy to find the different exhibitions. The elevators are slow, but yes, it is an attractive museum with sometimes exceptional exhibitions such as the Peredvizhniki Russian painters exhibition. A unique...More

1  Thank n_wiedenhof
Reviewed 26 February 2017 via mobile

We went over to view the Russian art exhibition. I was a bit skeptical at first but it turned out the paintings were great and showed in great detail the life of Russians who lived around 1900. It is a free entry with a Museumkaart....More

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