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The Rembrandt House Museum

What was Rembrandt’s life like? Where did Holland’s most renowned artist etch and paint his masterpieces? Rembrandt bought the house in 1639, when he was at the height of his fame. In 1656 he went bankrupt. Everything of value in his house was sold at auction. A notary drew up a list of his possessions, which is why we know how the house was furnished. The historic interior of Rembrandt’s house has now been restored to its former glory and furnished with items and works of art from the master’s time.

Map

Free Entry

With a Free Entrance silver category

Contact details

Openinghours

Dagelijks: 10.00 - 18.00, 1 januari: 11.00 - 18.00

Gesloten: Apr 27, Dec 25

Transport

Tram: 9, 14 stop: Waterlooplein
Metro: 51, 53, 54 stop: Waterlooplein of Nieuwmarkt (exit Nieuwmarkt)

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