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- Rembrandts Amsterdam Experience
- Weteringschans 2, 1017 SG Amsterdam
- The show is available in multiple languages
- Dutch, English, French, German, Russian and Spanish
- This experience is wheelchair accessible
Rembrandt is perhaps one of the most famous painters in the world. Rembrandt lived in bustling Amsterdam of the 17th century. He was able to become quite successful and his studio grew into a true ‘painter’s empire’. Rembrandt was also a collector, he bought many exotic things, brought by merchants to Amsterdam. His expensive hobby of collecting and the loan on his large house became problematic at a certain time in his life. So his wealthy life came to an end when he went bankrupt and had to move to a small studio on the outskirts of the city. But Rembrandt didn’t give up…
This is where the story begins that you can experience in the Rembrandts Amsterdam Experience in which you step 350 years back in time and visit a reconstruction of this last and lost art studio. While Rembrandt and his family are waiting for a client which ordered a painting from him, he takes visitors on a journey through his life. During this journey you will be completely immersed in 17th century Amsterdam through music, video projections, scent and 5D effects.
Even if you are not interested in Rembrandt, this experience is captivating for guests of all ages, because it not only educate its visitors on the life of Rembrandt but also immerses the guests in a story about Amsterdam of the 17th century.
Practical information about the Rembrandts Amsterdam Experience
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The Rembrandts Amsterdam Experience is located at Weteringschans 2 in Amsterdam. Are you travelling by public transport? The tram stop ‘Leidseplein’ is closeby. From central station, take tram 2 or 12 and get off at Leidseplein. From there, the experience is a 3-minute walk.
Also fun to know: the departure locations of our canal cruises in Amsterdam are closeby. So you can combine your visit with a fun canal cruise!
Rembrandts Amsterdam is open daily from 11 AM to 7 PM. Reserving a time slot is not mandatory. The experience starts every 10 minutes and lasts around 25 minutes.
Since the whole experience takes place at one floor, Rembrandts Amsterdam is wheelchair accessible!