It's worth going. It's richer, bigger and more interesting than the Van Gogh Museum. It's very different to take pictures to see oil paintings with one's own eyes. It's pleasant and deeply attracted. Because the first floor and the tenth floor were too careful and too slow to walk around, they hurried to see the second floor before closing at 5 p.m. In fact, the second floor is the golden age, the essence of painting! The general feeling is like visiting a gallery, and I deeply feel that Europe has its own unique history. The guide device is free to try out because it is testing the new system. It is very helpful. It provides a lot of information about the paintings on the walls. Because I am an English learner, I had a detailed look at every picture and exhibition in English when I first started to browse. I don't think I would be so intoxicated if I just looked at the pictures and didn't look at the introductions. My favorite school is the Hague School. The Netherlands never lacks color. The painters of the Hague School capture the natural scenery of the country (blue sky, flowing clouds, grasslands, windmills, rivers) and their paintings are very beautiful.