The Mauritshuis or Maurice House is an art museum located in the Hague, Netherlands. It is home to the 854 item Royal Cabinet of Paintings, a majority of which are from the Dutch Golden Age. It was originally built in the 17th century as a residence for Count John Maurice of Nassau.
It is now considered a top 100 Dutch heritage site and tourist attraction. In 2018, the museum had 416,334 visitors. It holds works from artists such as Rembrandt, Paulus Potter, Peter Paul Rubens, Carel Fabritius and Jacob van Ruidsael.
One of its most famous works is called "Girl with a Pearl Earring," by Johannes Vermeer.