Visit the renowned Rembrandt House Museum and delve into the life journey of Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, the famous artist of the Netherlands
Enjoy a semi private guided tour of the artworks displayed in Spiegelquarter, Keizersgracht and Rembrandt Square
With Rembrandt House Museum Tickets, learn about the delicate process of etching and view the well preserved furnishings from the 1600s
Watch a 25-minute short film to gain insight about the well-known Jordan neighborhood where Rembrandt formerly resided
Activity Location: Jodenbreestraat 4, 1011 NK, Amsterdam
Operational Hours: 10:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Activity Duration: 2 Hours
About the Rembrandt House Museum, Amsterdam:
Welcome to the Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam, where you can step back in time to the 17th century and see the world of Rembrandt van Rijn, one of the greatest painters in history. With Rembrandt House Museum tickets, explore the very studio where Rembrandt created his masterpieces, seeing his tools and materials up close. Wander through the beautifully restored rooms, filled with stunning artworks, furniture, and objects from Rembrandt's time. Learn about the artist's life and technique through a multimedia audio guide, or join a workshop to try your hand at painting like Rembrandt himself. A visit to the Rembrandt House Museum is an unforgettable experience for art lovers of all ages.
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The Rembrandt House Museum is open daily from 10 am till 6 pm. The museum also remains open during weekends as well as on all public holidays except for 27th April and 25th December.
The Rembrandt house museum tickets price for adults above the age of 17 years is €17.50 (INR 1600 approx) per person and for children between the 6 to 17 years, it is €6 (INR 600 approx) per person. Children below the age of 6 years can enter the museum for free. Students or those with CJP or ISIC Card can enter the museum paying a ticket price of €10 (INR 900 approx) per person. Visitors having Museum Card, I Amsterdam City Card, BGL VIP Card, or ICOM can enter for free as can the Friends of the Museum and Rembrandt Kaart.
All Rembrandt house museum, Amsterdam tickets include a multimedia tour of the museum. You can opt for the language of your choice and select from English, Dutch, German, Italian, French, Brazilian, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish, Mandarin, Japanese, Chinese, Modern Standard Arabic, Hebrew and Turkish.
Yes, taking photographs and making video recordings are both allowed inside the museum. However, there may be some exhibits and temporary exhibitions where photography will not be allowed. While taking photographs, you will not be able to use a tripod or a flash. If you wish to use the photographs or the video recordings for commercial purposes, then you will need to take permission from the museum authorities.
Yes, you can purchase your Rembrandt house museum tickets online. Purchasing the tickets online will allow you to mention the date and start time during booking, so when you reach the venue, you will not be required to wait for your turn. Moreover, purchasing tickets online will also enable you to avail of fabulous discounts on the ticket price.
Yes, you can purchase the Rembrandt house museum, Amsterdam tickets in advance. By booking the tickets in advance, you will be able to select your date of visit and start time, so you will not be required to wait during your visit. To book your tickets online, you will not be required to visit the venue. You will be able to book them online and avail of discounts on ticket prices.
You can book the Rembrandt house museum tickets in several ways. You can visit the venue in person and purchase the tickets from the venue, or you can pre book your tickets online. If you book your tickets in advance, you will be able to choose the date and time of your visit as per your convenience.
The Rembrandt House Museum is located at Jodenbreestraat 4, 1011 NK, Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is located in the heart of the city and is situated near Waterlooplein. You can visit the museum in several ways.
The best time to visit the Rembrandt House Museum is at its opening hours at 10 am. The Etching and painting demonstration starts at 10:15 am and continues till 1;15 pm. If you wish to watch the demonstration or take part in it, you will need to make sure that you are present during this duration.
The Rembrandt House Museum, located at Jodenbreestraat, in the centre of Amsterdam, is the former house of the well-known Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn. He lived there between 1639 and 1658 and had his studio and art dealership there. Later, the place was converted to a museum and housed some of his iconic artworks such as the Nightwatch.
During his lifetime, the house of the well-known Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn was his studio as well as his place of art dealership. This was the house where the painter did some of his most iconic works, some of which are on display at the museum.
The Rembrandt House Museum offers a complete overview of Rembrandt's work which also includes the 260 to 290 etchings that he made as well as his iconic paintings such as the Nightwatch, painting of his son Titus and more. Other than this, the museum also has paintings by other painters such as Bol, Maes, and others. The museum also has an exclusive collection of 74 paintings brought from The Peck Collection of Ackland Art Museum. The museum is also well decorated with 17th century furniture, decor and objects.
Yes, there are several famous artworks by Rembrandt that are on display at the museum. There is a special exhibit called the “Titus is Back Home” exhibit, which celebrates the connection between the artist and Amsterdam. This exhibit features 74 drawings by Rembrandt himself, as well as a few other artists. Then, there is the “Rembrandt in Amsterdam,” an exhibit which highlights the works of Rembrandt van Rijn along with other artists. A few of his masterpieces include Study of a Black Man, The Night Watch etc.
Yes, the museum has a multimedia guide tour which also includes some interactive programs which have been designed to make the vast collection more accessible to the visitors. One such interactive program is the Etching and painting demonstration, which starts at 10:15 am and continues till 1:15 pm.
The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 1 business hours of successful booking.
In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking before confirmation and a full refund will be processed.
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