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Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

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Currently under the name "The Masterpieces", the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is exhibiting great works of art from the Dutch Golden Age of the 17th Century.  Although currently under renovation, many of the great works can still be seen, including Rembrandts famous "The Night Watch".  Other Dutch masters represented are Jan Vermeer and Frans Hals.   There is also a fine collection of Doll's houses, Delft porcelein and gilt-work.  Due to renovation the exhibition is relatively small and you should be able to get through it in under four hours.  The museum is open daily from 10.00 until 18.00.

Rijksmuseum, The Masterpieces

Every day from 9:00 to 18:00, on Fridays from 9:00 to 20:30.  Closed 1 January
Please note: the museum ticket counter closes at 17:30 (on Fridays at 20:00)!
We regret that bags and suitcases larger than 55 x 35 x 25 cm are not allowed in the Museum.


Rijksmuseum, The Masterpieces and Infocentre (The New Rijksmuseum)
Jan Luijkenstraat 1, Amsterdam 

Visitors in wheelchairs may use the entrance located next to the main entrance at Jan Luijkenstraat 1. All of the rooms in the museum are wheelchair accessible. The museum can provide wheelchairs. Please enquire at the entrance to the museum, or contact us in advance.

Directions to the Rijksmuseum

Floor plan of Rijksmuseum, The Masterpieces




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