During the height of his career, renowned Dutch Golden Age artist Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn lived in this house located just off Waterlooplein in the centre of Amsterdam. It is now a museum dedicated to both his life and his work.
The Rembrandt House Museum has been lovingly restored to its 17th-century majesty and offers a glimpse into the everyday life of Rembrandt in Amsterdam. You can visit the studio where the artist created many of his most famous paintings, in addition to his living quarters. The house also contains dozens of his etchings along with several items recovered during a recent archaeological survey of the grounds.
Along with works by Rembrandt himself, the house features a rotating series of exhibitions, presentations and events. In recent years, it has hosted an exhibition highlighting drawings and prints by Dutch figurative artist Peter Vos, in addition to educational activities for children.