• Amazing temporary exhibition: All the Rembrandts
  • Discover Dutch masters like Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Van Gogh
  • See the world-famous Night Watch and Milkmaid
  • Visit one of the most beautiful libraries in the world
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Availability : whole year
Min Age : Open to All

Tour description

Are you intending to come to Amsterdam to learn about all of the beautiful historical facts that make this such a special and exciting city? Then you are in the right place. the Rijksmuseum is one of the best in the world to come to when you wish to learn about the world of Amsterdam and what has made it such a grand place for learning, study, and personal betterment. With various iconic artwork and gallery artefacts that you won’t find anywhere else in the world, this is a proud tribute to the stunningly rich and detailed history of the Dutch people as a whole. From stunning artwork put together by some of the great names such as Rembrandt to the likes of Frans Hals and Vermeer, you will find all manner of stunning items waiting for you to come and browse. For fans of art and unique content alone, this is a treasure trove of learning that is very much worth your time and effort to come and see.
This beautiful national treasure is one of the best places to come to when you wish to learn more about what has made Amsterdam and the general Dutch life so great, so unique. It’s one of the best places to come to when you want to learn about Dutch art and culture, with this location acting as one of the best museums in the world.
From the famous The Night Watch piece by Rembrandt to many other natural classics that you can enjoy learning about, this is a place for fans of art as much as it is for fans of wider culture. You can come here, take in a satisfying tour, and learn all about why this is one of the most satisfying creative hubs you’ll find anywhere in Europe.

Additional Information

  • Opening Times
    The museum is open from 9AM-5PM every day.
  • Pricing
    Entry is free for anyone aged 18 and under. For those above the age of 18, you can get in for around €20.