The Rembrandt house museum, called as Museum Het Rembrandthuis was established in the year 1906. It is located near to the Chinese corner and the Red light district. The museum pictures the life and works of famous Dutch painter Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn who lived in this house from 1639 to 1658. Rembrandts arts mostly depict the scenes from the bible. The house was refurnished in the 17th century with modernized furniture, arts and objects. Today the place is serving as a museum in the remembrance of the great painter. The museum consists of Contemporary works and engraved paintings of Rembrandts. The major attraction of this place is a studio accommodating his famous art works. The studio also features numerous items which were found during the archaeological surveys. You can also attend one of the several workshops which are conducted at the museum without any additional cost.
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How to reach:
By Bus: Take the Bus Number 54 to reach the destination.
By Metro: From CS Amsterdam, Nieuwmarkt Station, get off at Hoogstraat or take the train from Amsterdam Central Station.
By Tram: Take tram 9 and 14 from Waterlooplein stop.
Adults: €12, 50
Children under age of 6: free
Youth of age 6 to 17: €4, 00
Group of more than 15: €10, 00
ISIC Card: €10, 00
Timings: Visiting time is 10 am to 6 pm on all the days including weekends.
Address: Jodenbreestraat 4 – 6, Amsterdam 1011.
Contact Number: + 31 20 520 0400