Between 1639 and 1658, Rembrandt lived and worked in this beautiful house in Amsterdam, and even collected seashells (seriously!). The Rembrandt House Museum now contains almost the entire collection of Rembrandt engravings and many of his possessions.
As of May 2018, he sees two rediscovered works by Rembrandt on loans from a New York collector: Portrait of Petronella Buys(1635) and Man with sword (ca. 1640-1644).
The whereabouts of the Portrait of Petronella Buyswere not known for decades, before it appeared in the art market last year. Originally, it was assumed that both works were painted by an assistant, but now it is believed that they were “rushed works” by the artist.
The Rembrandt House Museum has been decorated with furniture, art and objects from the 17th century, so you can experience your world in the most authentic way.
Show the digital ticket directly on the ship. See the illustration on the ticket to find the exact exit point.
Audio guides available in English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Dutch, Portuguese and Russian.
Children up to 5 years free of charge, from 6 to 17 pay a reduced rate, then pay the adult rate.
This tour is accessible for people in wheelchairs and with reduced mobility.
Cancellations are not possible for this entry.