The Rijksmuseum, whose collection focuses on the Dutch Golden Age, features some of the most famous paintings in the world, such as The Rembrandt Night Round. The works of the Rijksmuseum span more than 800 years of art history in a beautiful restored building located in the center of Amsterdam’s Museumplein square. You can not lose this!
The national museum of the Netherlands underwent a 10-year renovation between 2003 and 2013. Now it is a spacious, bright and cozy building that has so many paintings and art objects that it is difficult to see everything in one day. But it’s worth trying.
The most important picture is The night round of Rembrandt, one of the most famous works (and large!) That houses the museum. The milkmaid of Vermeer is another of the classics that you will find here, in addition to many other less known but equally fascinating works of art that will transport you to the past.
Another spectacular section, although undervalued, of the museum is the armament hall and ship models, where exotic, colorful and even used weapons are exposed.
The Rijksmuseum also offers an excellent multimedia application that you can download directly to your mobile. Look for it in the App Store or Google Play!
Enter the museum via the designated route for people with tickets (“Visitors with ticket”) and show your digital ticket at the entrance to the exhibition halls. Your ticket is valid throughout the day, so you can leave the museum and re-enter whenever you want.
Children up to 18 years free of charge, then pay the adult rate.
This museum is accessible to people in wheelchairs and with reduced mobility.
Cancellations are not possible for this entry.