Tickets for The Rembrandt House Museum

There's history in the walls and on the walls. The house itself dates to the Dutch Golden Age of the 1600s, and was situated in one of Amsterdam's most prestigious areas. Rembrandt lived there for almost 20 years once he had established himself as Europe’s most innovative painter.

His art hangs on the walls too. You’ll find an extensive collection of his etchings, and the house has also been restored to reflect how it would have looked when Rembrandt lived there.

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The Rembrandt House Museum reviews

Jun 15, 2019
The Rembrandt House Museum
Very cool!
Jun 15, 2019
The Rembrandt House Museum
interesting place!
Jun 11, 2019
The Rembrandt House Museum
Nice to be familiar with the life of such a talented artist!
Jun 2, 2019
The Rembrandt House Museum
Wonderful demonstrations about etch printing and color mixing of oil paints
Jun 2, 2019
The Rembrandt House Museum
A really good insight into how Rembrandt lived and worked. I loved how the original beds are still there, so tiny compared to today. It was a great experience to actually stand in his studio, right in the spot where he created so many masterpieces. The tour didn’t take long, I would recommend if you have an hour or so to kill.
Jun 1, 2019
The Rembrandt House Museum
Tutto perfetto! 👌
Jun 1, 2019
The Rembrandt House Museum
Gives an excellent background to Rembrandt’s life, especially during the time he was a highly sought-after artist. Be sure to type in the number of the paintings into your device so you can get a description of the work.
May 31, 2019
The Rembrandt House Museum
The house was very nice, I liked very much the explanation about the making of the paints and colors of those old times! Very interesting!
May 22, 2019
The Rembrandt House Museum
Friendly welcome; excellent descriptions available from top audio guide; superbly laid out exhibits. Well worth the visit. Also, good shop with decent range and quality of items.
May 19, 2019
The Rembrandt House Museum
The demonstrations of etching and printing, and of the origins of paint colours, are well worth attending.