My wife and I are Rembrandt enthusiasts and would not have left Amsterdam without visiting his home. The thing about this museum is more the experience of being in the very home where the great artist lived and worked. However, the Rembrandt etching exhibit is notable.
When we visited there was a docent in the studio room who showed how paints were made in the 1600s. She discussed each color and actually demonstrated the process with the components used. But of course, the details that we found interesting could easily bore others. Clearly, if one wants to see Rembrandt paintings - got to the Rijksmuseum. If one is able to find some sort of enlightenment by walking the halls that Rembrandt walked in the light that Rembrandt painted with, Rembrandt House is excellent.
As for the cost, if it takes 12.50 Euro to keep the project going - then that is what it takes.
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