Museum Het Rembrandt in Amsterdam
The Museum Het Rembrandt is actually the artist’s 17th century house. Rembrandt lived and worked in the house from 1639 to 1658. The house has been recreated and very little of the original home remains but his artwork in displayed along with other artists from the 17th century on the upper levels of the home. The home has 10 rooms and is a sight to see itself.
Tips for getting the most out of your visit
- But sure to check out the demonstrations of how Rembrandt created his sketch art.
- Sketches are located in the new building attached to the old house
- You can purchase reproductions of Rembrandt’s work as full sized prints or postcards in the museum’s gift shop