The Rijksmuseum is one of the most important museums in Amsterdam and the Netherlands. It has the largest collection of works of art from the golden age of Flemish art (1584-1702) and a considerable collection of Asian art. In an extraordinary and fascinating sequence of 80 galleries, you will discover 800 years of art.
Inside, you can admire the works of Jan Steen, Frans Hals, Jacob van Ruisdael, Johannes Vermeer, Rembrandt and his students. Rembrandt’s work The night watch it is considered so much, to make, around it, the renovation of the museum in the 2013!
Furthermore, the museumit hosts important collections of Asian art and miniature silverware, musical instruments, patriotic memorabilia, period costumes, glass, porcelain, an impressive arsenal and a large number of models of ships.
The museum is located at Museumstraat 1. It can be easily reached by public transport.
From the Central Station: tram n. 2 and 5 (stop: Rijks museum)
From Amsterdam Zuid Station: tram n. 5 (stop: Rijks museum)
From Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station: tram no. 12 (stop: Concertgebouw)
From Amsterdam Amstel Station: by underground to Weesperplein, then take tram n. 7 or 10 (stop: Spiegelgracht)
From the regional bus terminal in Marnixstraat: bus no. 26, 65, 66, 170 or 172
From Schiphol airport: bus n. 197, stop: Rijks museum
The museum is open every day, Monday to Sunday, from 09:00 to 17:00
The ticket, for adults, costs €21. Admission is FREE up to 18 years old. In this case, minors must obtain the voucher for free admission to the ticket office, upon presentation of a valid identification document.
Through this link, you can buy the skip-the-line ticket for the Rijksmuseum. At the entrance, you will not have to wait for anyone, nor will you have to print any ticket from home. Simply show your ticket receipt directly from your smartphone