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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Good museum showcasing the art and life of Rembrandt.

Though there wern't many of his paintings the etchings on the 2nd floor are particularly interesting.

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Reviewed 3 days ago

Considering this was a last minute decision on our last day and I really needed a restroom, it was a good decision! Yes, it is a re-creation but what do you expect from something that is nearly 400 years old? I read the other 'poor' reviews and would totally discount them. We also went off-season so it was not crowded which helps since the rooms are long and narrow. Yes, there was one staff that said something to us but we just ignored him since we were told we could revisit the whole building a second time. Considering Rembrandt was one of the best portrait painters that others soon copied his techniques, it was well worth the trip to join him in a moment in time. (loved the kitchen and the tiny beds!)

Thank John T
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Reviewed 4 days ago

A great way to get a taste of life in Amsterdam in the time of Rembrandt. Well presented house museum and not crowded. Recommended even if you aren't a particular fan of the artist.

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Really enjoyed our visit, lockers to put coat's and bags in free of charge. Then given a hand held recorded guide. Lots of steps involved in climbing to top of the house. Very interesting.

Thank Hilary E
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Very easy to go back in time and imagine how he lived and dealt art and worked with his apprentices. Just wish there was more of his own works there.

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Reviewed 5 days ago

This small museum is well worth the visit. It is a wonderful glimpse into life of Rembrandt and the period as well. The museum also provides very interesting demonstrations. We saw a show about making pigments from natural materials by hand, fascinating!

Thank mpelescak
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Wonderful house owned by Rembrandt during the prosperous time of his life ... some paintings but more interesting to me were the things on display which he used in his paintings, the way his apprentices worked and the print- and paint-making demonstrations which were so interesting. And to see how he and his family lived. Well worth the two visits I’ve already done in my month in Amsterdam! Slightly steep spiral stairs but I think the lift in the adjoining new building probably gives disabled access.

Thank CatherineWR
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The house of Rembrandt is give us the public a peek to that time of period. where Rembrandt live, work, business and his studio.
also, we got explanations in the studio and printing room.
very nice.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This enlightening tour reveals much about the daily life of the Dutch master Rembrandt. The house is chock full of period details and furnishings to help explain how Rembrandt worked and trained other young artists in 17th century Netherlands. Many etchings and paintings are on view and the audio guide describes how the master’s work had a great effect on later artists, especially those in the 19th century. At various times throughout the day, there are live demonstrations of etching, printing and mixing paint pigments. A visit to Rembrandt’s house provides an excellent historical background into the making of a master.

Thank Mary Jo N
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Rembrandt lived in this early 17th century house for a few years. It is lovely, with tiny wooden staircases, very cosy-looking box/cupboard beds. It was interesting to see how he worked - he was a dealer as well as a painter. But, art apart, it gave a feel for how well to do people of that era lived.

Thank Pilla
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