For over twenty years, the famous Dutch painter Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn lived and worked in a magnificent house in the center of Amsterdam, where he produced some of his most celebrated masterpieces. As many other great painters, Rembrandt struggled financially during his life and had to abandon his home in 1656, which was then auctioned off together with many of his belongings. Nowadays, that beautiful 17th-century house functions as the Rembrandt House Museum, which attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Discover what it was like during Rembrandt’s time and see his sources of inspiration. Book your tickets to the Rembrandt House Museum now and enjoy a unique attraction in the heart of Amsterdam!
The Rembrandt House Amsterdam has been renovated and redecorated to replicate what it looked like during the time Rembrandt occupied it. The carefully selected antique furniture and decorations will give you a unique glimpse into the artist’s day to day life. Besides providing an immersive 17th-century experience, the Rembrandt House Amsterdam also features an impressive collection of drawings and sketches by the artist. Artwork by some of his contemporaries is also on display, as well as some paintings by his mentor, Pieter Lastman. The exhibition in the Rembrandt House Museum is frequently on rotation and also includes loans from other institutions. The Rembrandt House Amsterdam is located near Waterlooplein, home to a famous flea market. The Rembrandt House Museum can be reached by public transport or by foot (just a fifteen-minute walk from Central Station).
Tickets for the Rembrandt House Museum can be booked here directly. Our online booking service includes fast-track admission, which means that by purchasing your tickets here you will be given priority at the entrance to save time during your visit. The Rembrandt House Museum is a must-see attraction for anybody with an interest in the life of Rembrandt van Rijn. His work had a tremendous influence on the artists that followed him and has left a profound imprint on the history of art. Don’t miss this opportunity and learn more about it in the Rembrandt House Museum!