The National Museum of Antiquities brings antiquity and archeology to life. Everyone can enjoy the ancient civilizations from Egypt, the Classic World, the ancient Near East and the Netherlands in prehistoric times, Roman times and Middle Ages. In 2018 the museum will exist for two hundred years.
The National Museum of Antiquities is located in Leiden. The museum calls itself the national center for archaeology, and focuses on the ancient Near East, ancient Egypt, the classical world of Greece and Rome and the early (prehistoric, Roman and Medieval) Netherlands.
There are also replicas, reconstructions, film fragments and interactive multimedia. During school vacations there are additional activities for children.
The National Museum of Antiquities Transportation
With a Tourist Day Ticket you enjoy unlimited travel by bus, tram, metro and waterbus throughout the South Holland Rotterdam & The Hague region for a fixed price for a whole day. The ticket is valid all day from the time you first check in until services stop running. Always check in when boarding and check out when exiting the bus, tram, metro or waterbus. Price: € 14,50. Also with this ticket you can visit Drievliet. See 9292.nl/en for more information about traveling to Den Haag, Scheveningen.
If you plan to travel for more days through The Netherlands, you could better choose for the temporary (‘lease’) OV-chipkaart which is the official transportation card for all public transportation!
Also maybe planning a visit for Amsterdam? For visiting the center of Amsterdam and the larger Region of Amsterdam you may buy the Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket for 1-2-3 days.
Rotterdam Welcome Card
Planing to pay Rotterdam a visit? Maybe the Rotterdam Welcome Card can be useful. This card will give you 1-2-3- days free transportation with the local PTO: RET and 25-50% reduction on entrance fees of more than 50 attractions, museums, restaurants and nightlife of Rotterdam.