but it's quite small. We wanted to go up the roof, but the waiting line was 2 hours, so we were disappointed. We mostly came here for that, but we couldn't wait. Inside you can find some beautiful details, so it's worth the trip here. Apparently, here is the place where Rembrandt was buried. They don't know his tomb, as he was too poor when he died so he didn't have a decent tomb (that was the habit of those days). You will find out more there and, if you are lucky, you can see Amsterdam from up above... Also, beautiful canal in front of the church.