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Rijksmuseum Eregalerij Nachtwacht Rembrandt Amsterdam Welcome


Preferred partner entrance
Tickets direct by mail
Opening times between 09:00 – 17:00 uur
Best visiting times before 11:00 and after 15:00
Free Wifi


Always wanted to see the real ‘Night Watch’ of Rembrandt? Visit the Rijksmuseum!

Take the opportunity to admire the ‘Night Watch’ of Rembrandt and visit the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, so wonderfully exhibited, it will definetely not disappoint. The gallery of Dutch Masters is astonishing, but the Rijksmuseum offers an ernormous collection of art from all ages and nations, keeping you busy for hours and hours.

The largest museum of the Netherlands invites you to discover the Dutch masters of the Golden Age and takes you back in time. Admire the works of Rembrandt van Rijn, Johannes Vermeer, Frans Hals, Jan Steen and of many more artists, while walking through the impressive building of the museum.

Always check out the current exhibitions and buy your tickets here to get ‘Skip the Line’ entrance. Make the most out of your stay in Amsterdam and don’t waist precious time waiting in the queue!

LOCATION Museumstraat 1, Amsterdam (Museumplein)
Daily09:00 – 17:00 h
✅  Entry to the museum✅ Fast track entry
✅  Audiotour
PUBLIC TRANSPORTFrom Amsterdam Central station:
Tram 2 or 12 to stop: Rijksmuseum
BEST TIME TO VISITBefore 11:00 h or after 15:00 h
TICKET TYPESmartphone accepted

Extra information

Audio Guide

The audiotour is accessible through the free Rijksmuseum app or you can get it at the museum itself. Earphones can be purchased in the museum. The audiotour is available in: English, Dutch, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Mandarin, Japanese and Russian.


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • All floors accessible with elevators


  • Enter at the ‘People with tickets’ entrance and show the voucher in your email (on your smartphone)
  • Cloakroom is free of charge
  • Children up to 19 years old are free of charge


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