The Rembrandt House MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Jodenbreestraat 4, 1011 NK Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +31-205200400
- Ticket Price: 13 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art Museums, Art Gallery
Rembrandt holds a lot of importance and influence on European visual culture. The Rembrandt House museum in Amsterdam is a must visit Amsterdam tourist attractions for the lovers of visual art. It is a historic house where the painter Rembrandt lived and worked between 1639 and 1656. Today, this house has been converted into a museum and holds Rembrandt’s etchings and paintings. Apart from that, this museum also holds regular exhibitions on the works of other contemporary Dutch artists who belonged to Rembrandt’s age. Inside, the largest room in the house is Rembrandt's original studio where he painted his masterpieces. As you stroll down the museum, you will see a bizarre collection that includes busts of Roman emperors, spears, shells and butterflies. A visit to this museum will leave you with a better insight into the life and works of Rembrandt and the factors that shaped up his works.
- Adult: € 13.00
- Children under age 6: Free
- Children age 6 to 17: € 4.00
- Museumcard: Free
- ISIC Card: € 10.00
- I Amsterdam City Card: Free
- By Bus Station: Amsterdam, Waterlooplein (Valkenburgerstraat)
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57.8% of people who visit Amsterdam include The Rembrandt House Museum in their plan
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People usually take around 2 Hrs to see The Rembrandt House Museum
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It was a pleasant surprise how much I enjoyed Rembrandt House Museum. This is a self guided tour and was not crowded when we visited. We were able to see two live demonstrations: color mixing on stone and printing making with etchings. Both were really insightful. The house itself is amazing and you get to learn about the life and works of Rembrandt and his pupils in each room. I liked that it was self-paced and leisurely. We got to roam around in no particular order, unlike Anne Frank House. I would recommend the I Amsterdam City Pass as this was included in the available attractions.
It was one of my favorite museums from Amsterdam. The Audioguide gives you interesting facts, and everything is in really good conditions. They have some activities available that help you to understand which techniques Rembrandt used. It is definitely a must!
It's an authentically restored place where greatest artist of all time lived and worked. There are very few pieces of art by Rembrandt here, most are by his pupils. But the place will show you how he created his art from practically nothing. And organisation of the place in which masterpieces that inspired artists for centuries were created.
Truly amazing! Get a glimpse in the life of Rembrandt by visiting this place. You can find a lot of his earlier works and various sketches (etsen) of his most famous paintings. Definitely worth your time!
Rembrandt the master of light back than and now. One of my most adored artists. But how did he live? What were his possesions and inspirations? How did real life for a superstar back than look like. This beautifully decorated and curated museum that also happens to have been his house at some stage is MUST SEE for every Rembrandt fan.