The Rembrandt House Museum - Museum Het Rembrandthuis

Visit the beautiful house where Rembrandt worked and lived for 20 years!

Dining in Rembrandt's kitchen

The old kitchen is one of the finest rooms in the Rembrandt House Museum, providing as it does a fascinating glimpse into Rembrandt’s domestic life... Lees verder »

Travellers' Choice Award TripAdvisor

TripAdvisor awarded The Rembrandt House Museum with the 3rd place of the Travellers' Choice Award in the category 'Best Museum in The Netherlands', just... Lees verder »

New products in our (web)shop

New in our (web)shop: Limited edition plate decorated with an etching by Rembrandt, Woman sitting half dressed beside a stove, 1658. It... Lees verder »

Rembrandt's Naked Truth

From 12 February to 16 May, the Rembrandt House Museum is staging an exhibition about life drawing in Rembrandt’s day. Based on new research, Rembrandt’s Naked Lees verder »

Guided Tours

The Rembrandt House Museum offers various guided tours. During daytimes but also before or after opening hours. A guided tour through the museum is available... Lees verder »

Carla van de Puttelaar: The Rembrandt Series

As part of the Rembrandt’s Naked Truth exhibition the Rembrandt House Museum is collaborating with the Dutch photographer Carla van de Puttelaar. Carla van de.. Lees verder »

The Rembrandt House Museum

Rembrandt lived and worked in this beautiful and monumental house between 1639 and 1658. Based on an inventory of the time, the house has been redecorated with furniture, art and objects dating from the 17th century. In the Rembrandt House there are daily demonstrations of etching and paint preperation that show you the way he worked in that period of time. On top of that, there is a continual workshop that is offered at no additional cost, giving you the opportunity to do your own etching in Rembrandt’s student studio (Leerlingenatelier). The Rembrandt House owns the virtually complete and world famous collection of Rembrandt’s etchings. In addition, there are frequent temporary exhibitions showing work of predecessors and contemporaries, and modern and current works of art in the modern wing of the museum.