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Museum Het Rembrandthuis (Rembrandt House)

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Museum Het Rembrandthuis (Rembrandt House)

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TravelBoomerang wrote a review Jan. 10
Kendall, Florida1,655 contributions207 helpful votes
Whether an art aficionado, history buff or interested in commercial enterprise, a visit to the house and office of Rembrandt is worth it. The self-tour and the ability to see first hand how this brilliant man made his famous artwork and built his business makes this a destination. Be sure to take time to experience the printing demonstration and purchase a print. Don't miss it!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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ANGELO V wrote a review Oct. 2020
Milan, Italy1,555 contributions237 helpful votes
Rembrandt House, where he lived an worked, is now a museum. All the rooms are very well preserved, and what I liked best were all the pictures on display - pictures by Rembrandt himself, by his students, and by other artists too. Also very interesting are Rembrandt's collection of ancient/exotic artifacts, prints, etc. A very enjoyable museum, it requires at least a couple of hours to view it all. Unfortunately, there is a strict "no-photo" policy in the museum. A small shop at the tour end sells books, postcards and other stuff related to the artist.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Dmitriy S wrote a review Oct. 2020
Klin, Russia240 contributions65 helpful votes
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Old Man Rembrandt left a great legacy! Must visit place! Not only his masterpieces but also the way to create and manage your business. It's amazing to be at his house, walk the same stairs, breathe the same air, see these walls, tools, and things. The interior may seem modest, but it is very close to the original, so try to understand how he created all his works, how he invented ideas and things.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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NLxpat wrote a review Sep. 2020
Katwijk, The Netherlands157 contributions89 helpful votes
Visit to gain some insight into Rembrandt’s life. This 17th century house where he lived and worked ( painting and trading art as well) during his heydays, gives both insight in life for those well-off in those days , and and in way he had organized his painting and teaching. Visitor is provided with a self-guiding audiotour ( recommended ) leading you through the various rooms of the house - from kitchen to atelier.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Marno S wrote a review Jul. 2020
Rotterdam, The Netherlands161 contributions122 helpful votes
It is a pretty neat idea that you can walk through the house where Rembrandt lived, sold his pantings and taught his students to become painters. Also, you can see the large collection of busts, shells and prepared animals he and his students used for studies. The audio tour tells more about the rooms and what they were used for. Our visit took about 45 minutes.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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