This is a small museum, but has lots of value. Standing in the kitchen of Rembrandt is quite exciting. Seeing the studio where many masters were trained is so interesting.
About Museum Het Rembrandthuis (Rembrandt House)
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We spent 90 minutes at this lovely museum, which was Rembrandt's home for many years. You can not only see where he lived and worked, but also some of his works, and those of his students. Tastefully arranged, and self-explanatory when you read the signs...More
Where can I start? For someone who wasn't passionate about Rembrandt before the visit, I must say this place was an eye opener. The house is pretty much as the painter had it during his years here, including the room furniture, kitchen, and most of...More
This house where Rembrandt lived and worked is really worth seeing - his studio, paintings and living rooms are so atmospheric and give a much more intimate feel to the larger museums.
My wife and I took our 5 and six year old. They audio tour was wonderful for the kids and kept them very interested. The house is well laid out and has lovely extra lessons and lectures that I highly recommend attending. There was a...More
An eye opening experience of how the (now) famous lived so many years ago. The home has been beautifully maintained and has a lot of good information provided for each room so you can really understand how life was way back when Rembrandt was living...More
It was wonderful to experience Rembrandt's home and feel a little of what his life was like. Warning-like so many attractions in Europe, the house has lots of stairs, but where they lead is amazing! His home, studio, teaching areas, workshop collection, gallery--all were amazing...More
Highly recommend seeing this museum/house if you are an art lover or love Rembrandt. It used to be his former house during the height of his career- he later lost it due to bankruptcy. :( The house has some good collections and you get to...More