Amsterdam sees its fair share of tourists. Upon arrival, they are treated to lovely canals, canal boats and beautiful buildings. Many of the structures in Amsterdam are centuries old and tell a variety of stories. Perhaps Amsterdam’s most famous resident ever, Rembrandt van Rijn, has left a definitive mark on the Dutch capital. Nowadays, the Rembrandt House Museum is located in one of his former residences in the centre of Amsterdam. In this museum, a large collection of drawings and around 250 etches are on display. Tours & Tickets is a Dutch company specialised in tours, museums and all sorts of activities. They are the place to go to if you want to visit attractions in the Netherlands.
Coming to the Netherlands on holiday? Plan a visit to the Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam!
There a lot of visitors that do not appreciate Amsterdam’s history, her art and her culture. They are more interested in the other stuff Amsterdam is most renowned for. That’s a shame, because there is so much to see and learn about Dutch culture and what life used to be like in the Netherlands. Take Dutch painters for instance, who are renowned for their amazing work worldwide. Rembrandt van Rijn was one of the most important painters in the 17th century and a well-known citizen of the Dutch capital. In a former house of the painter a museum is now located. A visit will change the way you look at Amsterdam! Get your tickets at Tours & Tickets, they have 30 years of experience in organizing tours in the Netherlands and Belgium and are situated in the heart of Amsterdam.
Do not skip the Rembrandt House Museum when coming to Amsterdam! Get your tickets now!
Tours & Tickets has more than 30 years of practical experience in the sector tourism and will cater to your every need when you book a tour with them. They are located in the bustling city centre of the Dutch capital and are always glad to help. In Amsterdam, many tourists walk past buildings that have an incredible history. The Rembrandt House Museum is a museum which houses drawings and etches of the master himself built next to one of his old houses in Amsterdam. A visit to this amazing attraction will show you the Amsterdam of the 17th century and how people, including Rembrandt, lived their lives.