Admire at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam the highlights from the Dutch Golden Age Rembrandt's Night Watch and paintings of Vermeer, Jan Steen and Frans Hals.
The Rijksmuseum is the museum of the Netherlands and its visitors make a trip through the country’s rich history. A total of 8,000 works of art and historical artefacts spread over 80 galleries tells the story of 800 years of Dutch culture, from the Middle Ages to Mondriaan. Paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, silver, porcelain, Delftware, furniture, jewels, weapons, costumes and other objects from Dutch history are presented together in chronological order. Favourites among visitors are the famous Golden Age (17th century) paintings by Jan Steen, Frans Hals, Vermeer and Rembrandt. Since re-opening in 2013, the museum has welcomed more than 4 million visitors in its entirely refurbished building, complete with a refreshing lay-out, educational programmes, exciting events and top-notch facilities for young and old. Recently, the Philips Wing also re-opened, boasting ten renovated galleries for large and small (inter)national exhibitions. The new RIJKS® restaurant is also located here.
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For more information about the Rijksmuseum, see: https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/tourism