I had some time to kill in Amsterdam on my last morning. This museum seemed reasonably priced (€13) so I decided to pay a visit as I didn’t have time to go all the way across town to the Van Gogh. It was SO worth...More
About Museum Het Rembrandthuis (Rembrandt House)
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Very impressive place to visit. Fascinating to be in his very house, where he not only worked, but also taught his many pupils. Audio tour very helpful, coupled with the numerous explanatory panels. Also good to see the living quarters and glimpse a little of...More
just come and see for yourself, the staircase is what I remember most. Note that this is actually 2 museums, walk up and take as many pictures as you'd like. When you get to the top you'll cross over into another museum...note - no taking...More
I enjoyed how this museum has been curated with a great history lesson on the times and his work within the times, then on to see the physical space with stops during the tour to see how paint was created and stored during that period...More
interesting aspects into how they worked, created and lived. Also makes u think of how small people were back then and how their life expectencies differ from today.
Thoroughly enjoyed our visit, not only to see his house and learn more about him and his art, but also just to see inside an Amsterdam house. Great setup with personal audio guiding you through the house. So sad he went bankrupt and didn't get...More
I'd count this a top attraction for anyone interested in one of Amsterdams finest artists. Basically you see round his house and studios and it gives his work real context. Also a very good film to watch with Simon Sharma discussing Rembrandts work and the...More
Rembrandt's house museum was without a doubt one of the best experiences visiting Amsterdam. This small house is not just a famous painters house, it is a glimpse into the life of an art dealer and how he lived his life and created his patronage/...More
A great visit for all ages. If you can, try to jump in on the demonstrations held throughout the day. Space is small, so ask for the timing of the next one when you arrive.