The Allard Pierson Museum is more than just a museum. Outside a collection of original archaeological objects located permanently in the museum, there are also regular exhibitions that are temporarily visible.
This always makes it interesting museum to visit, there is always something new to see. Ancient civilizations of European culture are exhibited in a contemporary and interesting way and for a such a broad audience. With the cooperation of promising students of the University of Amsterdam, excellent researchers and fellow institutions has compiled an archaeological collection.
History Allard Pierson Museum
The University of Amsterdam, the Allard Pierson Museum under his rule. The name comes from the first professor of archeology at the University of 1877, Allard Pierson (1831 â € "1896) It only started in 1934 when the Allard Pierson Foundation purchased the collection of the Museum Scheurleer and available from the University of Amsterdam asked the department Classical Archaeology. The museum is part of the University and is united with education and research. Since 1970 is also open to the public, the fact remains that the museum is still very important for education and research.
Lots to see and do
The Archéolab gives an insight into the archeology as it has never been shown before. The Archéolab is given the opportunity to attend excavations. A unique experience to step into the world of the archaeologist, the past is brought very close to the ArcheoHotspots.
The Digital Museum Lab explores digital media and technology within the museum.
This happens behind the scenes, but is shared with visitors and is done public opinion. This is used to modernize the supply and improve. The Allard Pierson Museum engages visitors in the projects.
The Erfgoedlab organizes annually organized four presentations in collaboration with students, researchers, professionals and external partners. This museum wants to date and encouraging experimental stage for its innovation around legacy.
It remains not only interesting discoveries can be made in the Allard Pierson Museum. For fun activities, there is room in the museum, such as The World Keeps Turning Popup Museum and tasting where Roman snacks can be tasted. When the draw is not yet over, there can be enjoyed lunch at the MuseumcafÃ © or a cup of coffee.
Admission Allard Pierson Museum
|regular||€ 10, -|
|Child 4 t / m 16 year||€ 5, -|
|Child up to 4 years / Â Children with CityPass to 12 years||Free|
|Seniors (65 +), CJP, students (ISIC) Stadspas||€ 5, -|
|Holland Pass 50% -kortingskaart||€ 5, -|
|Staff and students UvA / HvA, VVAPM members, ICOM, members UB friends and members TIN||Free|
|Museumkaart / Rembrandt card / I amsterdam Card / Holland Pass A t / m D / Â MK Junior Card||Free|
Groups from € 10 7,50 people Pupils in groups (if notified in advance) € 2,50, -