Yes, Rembrandt actually lived here from 1639 till he went bankrupt in 1656... Pretty cool stop and definitely worth your time!
About Museum Het Rembrandthuis (Rembrandt House)
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There is a free audio-guide for this attraction which is very helpful in understanding what each room in the house was used for when the artist lived there, including the foyer/gallery, office/sales room, kitchen, bedroom, studio, and student studios. There is also a printmaking room...More
This is a must-see visit! You not only get to see where the Master lived and worked for 20 years but you will see incomparable original masterpieces of his, his teacher, and contemporaries -- both paintings and extraordinary etchings. There is also an informative overview...More
Seeing Rembrandt work again in the context of his splendid home adds another dimension. The house is restored as close as his inventory allows to when Rembrandt lived and worked there. There is excellent information and much to learn about his life and work.
Great small museum! Quite interesting to see how he lived during his life and how we helped other artists learn their craft. There is a wonderful BBC documentary at the beginning of the museum before entering his home that provides a great overview of his...More
I finally visited the Rembrandt House (lived in Amsterdam 7+ years and many visits since), should have gone earlier. Museum starts with a short film and continues with a self guided tour. On the tour I was able to avoid a large group by choosing...More
Definitely a cert. The Nightwatch is big, boring and representative of the court photographer of mid 17th century...but the house is fascinating. The basement and kitchen where the very short maid sleeps is fab. The oil paint production area is really informative as are his...More