But, when looking through the tour books, we were surprised to find out that also in Den Haag was the M.C. Escher Museum!!! As we are both fans, we had to go. Seeing all his works in one buliding was overwhelming. What amazes me most is that most of his art is in the genre of woodblocks. So, to create the print, fist he had to carve it backwards in a piece of wood. He also had to work with the optical illusion thing that he does so well, like pillars or staircases going nowhere. The final thing that we saw in the museum was actually an interactive 3-D tour through his artwork. We looked quite silly wearing the apparel, but we were definatly glad we stopped by.