Rembrandt House Museum

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€14

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  • Fast-track admission
  • Free audio tour in 10 languages
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Availability : whole year
Min Age : Open to All

Tour description

A truly stunning place to come, Rembrandt House is the ideal place for anyone with a love and passion for art to come along to. It is the home and workshop of the famous artist, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn. It’s a special place to visit for lovers of art and of culture, with this most impressive building housing some of the most famous works every produced by a Dutch artist.
It’s a stunning place to live; a location that lets you live and breathe the very life that Rembrandt himself would have lived. This comes with a full 17th-century inventory to look through, with a meticulous range of furnishing, art, and various décor from across the time of Rembrandt. It’s also got a fine collection of all of his etchings, artwork, and inspirational exhibitions that became such as staple of who he is.
If you wish to come and see the artist up close and personal, with his finest works so close that you could touch them, then now is the time to try it out. Come to Rembrandt House, and you will enjoy a useful and inspirational education that helps you fully understand one of the most inspiring artists of the era

Additional Information

  • Opening Times
    The Rembrandt House will open at 10AM each day, and will remain open until 6PM. Please note that the museum is closed on certain days, including the 27th April and the 25th December. The museum also closes early on the 24th and 31st December, as well as opening later (11AM) on the 1st January.
  • Pricing
    Children under the age of 6 can go free at Rembrandt House.
    Children aged 6-17 will pay €5.
    Adults will pay €14.
    Certain cards, such as a Museumcard or an Amsterdam Pass, will see entry become free. so, too, will an I Amsterdam City Card or a Friends of the Museum pass.

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