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Escher Museum is located in the palace built in the 18th century, where Queen Emma, the wife of the king of the Netherlands and Grand Duke of Luxembourg, William III, used to live. The present Escher Museum was opened to the public on 16 November 2002. It presents a large collection of prints, sketches, optical illusions and other graphic creations of M.C. Escher.
Maurits Cornelis Escher lived in the years 1898 - 1972. He was one of the most famous Dutch graphic art designers. He is best known for its visually deceptive drawings.
Escher Museum is open daily except Mondays, from 11 to 17. Admission: 8 EUR for adults and 5.50 EUR for children (7-15 years) . Children under 6 are admitted free.