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Rijksmuseum

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The Rijksmuseum Amsterdam is widely recognised as one of the world’s most spellbinding museums. The building was opened in 1885, creating a permanent home for the collection. Today, its neo-Renaissance architecture and Gothic detail house a host of stunning works, such as masterpieces from Rembrandt and Jan Steen. All in all, you’ll find 80 galleries and over 8,000 exhibits and works, charting the evolution of Dutch art from the Middle Ages, right up until the 21st Century. An absolute must for art-lovers of all ages, this is a museum that will inspire you to take up the paintbrushes yourself!

Highlights

  • Rembrandt’s Night Watch can be viewed in the Gallery of Honour
  • Vast collections of Dutch prints, artefacts and photography
  • Open every day from 9am to 5pm, 365 days a year
  • Photography is permitted, although flash photography and tripods are not
  • Weapons and ship models will intrigue younger visitors
  • Alongside paintings, the museum has an extensive collection of sculptures, furniture and period interiors

Please Note

Please exchange voucher for an entrance ticket at the Canal Shop Rijksmuseum - Stadhouderskade 42 (opposite the Rijksmuseum) Or at any other 'Canal' shop in Amsterdam. We are open 365 days of the year! OPENING HOURS RIJKSMUSEUM: 9:00 to 17:00 daily, all days of the year: so the museum is also open on Christmas day, Boxing day and New Year's day GETTING THERE: Rijksmuseum Museumstraat 1 From Central Station: trams 2 and 5 (Rijksmuseum tram stop)

Restrictions

Umbrellas, bags and canes are not allowed in the museum

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