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Welcome to The Rembrandt House Museum

Museum Rembrandthuis is the only place in the world where you can experience how Rembrandt once lived. In the homely setting of the museum on the Jodenbreestraat, you will get to know the man behind his art. Be inspired by the man, the artist, his city and his time. You can’t get any closer to Rembrandt, than this.

On March 18th, 2023, the museum will reopen with 30% more Rembrandt. Five new museum spaces will be added, including an epilogue room, an etching attic and a third exhibition room. The new multimedia tour will make Rembrandt’s house and the seventeenth century really come to life. You’ll follow Rembrandt’s life story, from his arrival as an ambitious celebrity artist, to his forced departure due to an accumulation of debts. Furthermore, there will be daily etching and painting demonstrations in the museum. In the exact place where Rembrandt created his masterpieces, in his studio, you’ll discover how he made his paint. In the new etching attic, you’ll learn more about Rembrandt’s etching techniques. It’s like looking over the artist’s shoulder.

Have a safe visit

The ground rules for visiting museums in the Netherlands have been modified recently to comply with updated national policy. The following conditions also apply for our museum:

  • If you have cold-like symptoms such as nasal congestion, a runny nose, sore throat, light cough and/or fever, please stay home, even if you are already vaccinated.
  • Please keep 1.5 meters distance from other visitors and/or staff members.
  • Please follow directions given by the members of our staff.

Book your tickets in advance

  • The Rembrandt House Museum is re-opening on March 18th, 2023 with 30% more Rembrandt!
  • You can already book your tickets online. From March 18th, 2023, you can also buy an entrance ticket at the museum.
  • Purchased ticket cannot be refunded.
  • You can always change your date of visit free of charge through our ticket support page.

Opening hours 2023

The Rembrandt House Museum re-opens on March 18th, 2023 with 30% more Rembrandt! The museum will be open daily from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Exceptions: the museum is closed on April 27th and December 25th.

Entrance fees 2023

Adults: €17,50
Students / CJP / ISIC Card: €10
Children aged 6 to 17: €6
Children under the age of 6: free
ICOM: free
Museum Card: free
I Amsterdam City Card: free
BGL VIP Card: free
Friends of the Museum: free
Rembrandtkaart (Vereniging Rembrandt): free

All prices include the museum’s multimedia tour and discovery trail for children.


The museum is partially accessible for people using a wheelchair and/or people with mobility issues. The new museum wing has an elevator. Therefore, the ntrance, museum shop, toilets and the exhibition rooms are fully accessible to all visitors. Unfortunately, there are no lifts or other facilities in Rembrandt’s 17th-century house.


The museum is located in the center of Amsterdam, near the famous Waterlooplein and on a 15 minutes’ walk from Amsterdam’s Central Station.

Public transportation
Metro: every line from and to CS Amsterdam, Nieuwemarkt Station, Hoogstraat exit
Tram: line 14, Waterlooplein stop
Trein: Amsterdam Central Station (15 minutes’ walk or 2 minutes by subway)

Car parks
The Warerlooplein, Muziektheater/Stadhuis or Valkenburgerstraat car parks are all situated near the museum (approximately 3 minutes’ walk from the museum)

Lost something in Museum Rembrandthuis?

Museum Rembrandthuis is de enige plek ter wereld waar je even ervaart hoe Rembrandt ooit leefde. In de huiselijke setting van het museum aan de Jodenbreestraat leer je de mens achter de kunst kennen. Raak geïnspireerd door zijn werk en de verhalen van zijn leven. In Museum Rembrandthuis kom je dichter bij Rembrandt.

Op 18 maart 2023 heropent het museum met 30% meer Rembrandt. Er worden vijf nieuwe museale ruimtes toegevoegd, waaronder een epiloogruimte, een etszolder en een derde tentoonstellingszaal. Dankzij de nieuwe multimediatour komen Rembrandts huis en de zeventiende eeuw echt tot leven. Je volgt het levensverhaal van Rembrandt, van zijn intrek in het pand als ambitieuze celebrity-kunstenaar, tot zijn noodgedwongen vertrek vanwege een opeenstapeling van schulden. Ook worden er straks weer dagelijks ets- en verfdemonstraties gegeven in het museum. Op de plek waar Rembrandt zijn meesterwerken maakt, in het atelier, zie je hoe de kunstenaar zijn verf maakte. Op de nieuwe etszolder ontdek je Rembrandts etstechnieken. Alsof je meekijkt over de schouder van de kunstenaar.

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