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Visit Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn’s home and workshop. For twenty years the Netherlands’ greatest artist lived and worked in this impressive building in the heart of Amsterdam, now a museum. The Rembrandt House Museum gives visitors a complete Rembrandt experience. With a seventeenth-century inventory as a guide, the house has been meticulously refurbished with furniture, art and objects from that time. The museum has an almost complete collection of Rembrandt etchings and stages inspiring exhibitions about Rembrandt, his predecessors, contemporaries and pupils. The Rembrandt House Museum is also a venue for exhibitions of work by contemporary artists—artists who have been inspired by the work of Rembrandt, their seventeenth-century predecessor. Come and meet him in his own home.
Daily: 10 AM – 6 PM
The museum is closed on the 27th of April and 25th of December. On 24th and 31rd of December we close at 17:00) On the 1st of January we open at 11:00.
Entrance Fees 2019
*Note: from 1 – 31 August it’s not possible to pay with cash at our reception desk. We only accept bank- or creditcard*
Children age 6 to 17: € 5,00
Children under age 6: free
ISIC Card: € 10,00
Amsterdam Pass: free
BGL VIP Card: free
I Amsterdam City Card: free
Friends of the Museum:free
All prices include the museum’s audio guide
E-Tickets are available at our online ticketshop.
How to get to the Rembrandt House Museum
The museum is located in the center of Amsterdam, near the famous Waterlooplein and on a 15 minutes’ walk from Amsterdam’s Central Station.
Every line from and to CS Amsterdam, Nieuwmarkt Station, Hoogstraat exit.
Amsterdam Central Station (15 minutes’ walk or 2 minutes by metro).
The Waterlooplein, Muziektheater/Stadhuis or Valkenburgerstraat car parks are all situated near the museum (approximately 3 minutes’ walk from the museum).