Excursions and tickets: Rijksmuseum

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Visiting the Rijksmuseum is a great way to get a closer look at some of the Dutch culture. There are over 40,000 paintings, drawings and other works of art here, including Rembrandt's famous Rembrandtplein. It is free to enter, and you can also enjoy a tour of the museum, which is led by a guide who knows all the details.

Gallery of Night Watch

Located in the Gallery of Honour of Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum is Rembrandt's The Night Watch. This monumental painting of civic guardsmen reflects Rembrandt's masterful use of composition and light.

The Night Watch is the largest painting by Rembrandt. It is 12.5 by 15 feet. It is also one of the most famous works of art in the world. It was originally painted in 1642. It depicts a group of musketeers in motion. It is the only painting by Rembrandt of a militia group.

The painting was given to the Rijksmuseum in the 1940s. It was then restored in 1946-1947. A new aluminum stretcher was added. This was necessary because of the ripples in the top left corner.

The Rijksmuseum has launched the largest restoration project ever for The Night Watch. It has enlisted the help of experts from around the world. The painting will undergo a detailed examination that includes high-resolution photography, imaging techniques, and computer analysis.

Rembrandt's Rembrandtplein

Despite being a central square, Rembrandt's Rembrandtplein is actually one of the liveliest and most exciting places to hang out in Amsterdam. The area was once a butter and dairy market, but it has now become a hotspot for nightlife and entertainment.

The area is home to many of the city's most popular clubs, as well as restaurants and specialty stores. At night, locals and tourists flock to the rooftop terraces to take in the city's skyline. The area is also home to Amsterdam's oldest theater, which plays host to many of the city's most famous productions.

If you're looking for a local's view of what the city of Amsterdam was like in the past, then the Amsterdam Museum of History is the place to go. The small but well-organized museum is a must for anyone interested in learning about the city's rich history. The museum is free to visit and includes an interesting collection of art.


Cuypers Library

Located within the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the Cuypers Library is a place where you can learn about the history of art in the Netherlands. This library houses the largest collection of art history books in the country.

The first collection of books was started in 1885. The books in the library are displayed from floor to ceiling and are housed in an elegant and visually pleasing structure. Among the books you will find catalogues of exhibitions and auctions, periodicals, and other art-related reference material.

The main focus of the Rijksmuseum is the Dutch art history. The museum contains nearly one million artifacts. These include works by Rembrandt, Frans Hals, and Vermeer. You can also find maritime objects, Delftware, and clothing.

The Rijksmuseum is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Netherlands. Visitors can enjoy a tour that explores the history of the Netherlands. They can even book an instant e-ticket that enables them to skip the lines and enter the museum directly. You can also use the Rijksmuseum app to guide you through the museum, and you can use it to plan your own custom routes. The app is available in English, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish.

Combo tours

Whether you are a student or an adult, you can save a lot of money by opting for combo tours at the Rijksmuseum. These are a great way to experience two of Amsterdam's best museums in one day.

To avoid long queues, buy tickets online. Once you've purchased the tickets, you can download the Rijksmuseum app, which offers 90-minute guided tours in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. You can also opt for self-guided tours, in which you explore the museum on your own.

The Rijksmuseum is located at Museum Square in Amsterdam South. It is a major tourist attraction in the Netherlands. This popular museum offers a wide array of art and history. There are more than 8000 works on display, with the highlights being paintings by Rembrandt and Johannes Vermeer.


Free entrance for visitors up to 18 years old

Visiting the Rijksmuseum is a must for anyone in Amsterdam. It houses a collection of paintings, sculptures, and other historical relics. The museum is open all year round, from 9 am to 5 pm.

The Rijksmuseum's main attraction is the Gallery of Honour. This is the largest wing in the museum. It features many alcoves and brushstrokes.

The Rijksmuseum recommends that visitors spend at least five hours in order to see all of the exhibits. You can also split your visit into two, or even three, if you prefer.

The Rijksmuseum also offers guided tours, which are a must. Its audio guides are also available for hire. Getting an early start will ensure that you don't miss anything.

You can buy tickets for the Rijksmuseum at the official website or through resellers. The cheapest way to buy tickets is through the official website. This will enable you to skip the second waiting line and get into the museum much faster.

Rijksmuseum - Book Tickets & Guided Tours

Visiting the Rijksmuseum is a must-do during your Amsterdam trip. The museum has an impressive collection of art, including Dutch and European Golden Age paintings. The museum's current building was designed by Pierre Cuypers and opened in 1885.

The museum is open every day. Visitors can expect to spend two to three hours to see the exhibits. You can also take a guided tour. There are tours for specific subjects, such as the Dutch Golden Age, or a walking tour of the sculpture garden. The guided tours can be booked in advance.

The museum is free to visit during the opening hours. There are some special exhibitions, though, that require an admission fee. These can be booked online.

To avoid the long lines at the ticket booth, purchase a ticket in advance. Tickets can be purchased directly from the museum or through third party travel agents. These tickets are less expensive than tickets bought through the official website.

A skip-the-line ticket is a popular option for regular art museum visitors. It allows you to bypass the queue at the ticket booth and go straight to the gallery. This ticket is available for an average of $5 per person. It is accepted at the Rijksmuseum and other museums in Amsterdam.

Alternatively, you can buy a combined ticket, which includes a number of other museums. The best days to visit the Rijksmuseum are Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Another way to save time is to use the museum's app. The app gives you more information about the important pieces in the museum. It also has a multimedia guide with images, videos, and timed tours.

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