Experience the extraordinary life of Amsterdam’s most famous painter in 5D
~ VIDEO, MUSIC AND SPECIAL EFFECTS TRANSPORT YOU TO AMSTERDAM OF THE 17TH CENTURY; REMBRANDT’S AMSTERDAM ~
— Rembrandt van Rijn was born in 1606 in the city of Leiden. His parents worked in a mill, but Rembrandt saw his future differently: he wanted to become a painter.
— Hendrickje, Rembrandt’s third wife, first worked in the Rembrandt House as a maid. Together they had one child: Cornelia.
— Titus was the son of Rembrandt and his first wife Saskia. Titus and Hendrickje became Rembrandt’s legal employers after his bankruptcy. In this way they outsmart the creditors.
— Cornelia was the daughter of Hendrickje and Rembrandt. She later married a painter and has two of her sons called Rembrandt, and her third son named Hendrick.
Meet Rembrandt’s family
In the immersive Rembrandt experience, a must do while in Amsterdam, you step back 350 years in time and visit a reconstruction of Rembrandt’s last studio, where he created his iconic ‘last works’. Rembrandts Amsterdam Experience is a top rolex day date 128345 36mm de los hombres watch rated tourist attraction (Tripadvisor Travelers’ choice and Google Maps) and centrally located near Leidseplein.
Get ready to meet , his mistress , son and daughter .
Frequently Asked Questions
No, the experience starts every 10 minutes, entry is possible at any elektrische sigaret moment within opening times, but be aware; there could be a short waiting time. The experience will take around 25 minutes.
You can pay at the counter. When you arrive you can show your discount pass, discount voucher or coupon. Please notice we don’t accept cash. Accepted creditcards are: American Express, Mastercard, Visa, Visa Electron, Diners/Discover, JCB & Unionpay.
The show lasts approximately 25 minutes. Please note: there is no toilet.
Yes, the experience is at one floor and is wheelchair accessible.
Yes, the experience is accessible for everyone. However, there will be thrilling elements in the show. It is therefore advised to let young children visit the experience under supervision.