Rembrandt House
Rembrandt House
Rembrandt House

Rembrandt House

Top 1% of attractions in Amsterdam
9 / 10

8 expert reviews

“In this house (ca. 1606), you get a more intimate sense of Rembrandt -- it's a shrine to one of the greatest artists the world has ever known.”

– Frommer's

"This is the house that Rembrandt bought, flush with success, for 13,000 guilders (a princely sum) in 1639, and where he lived and worked until 1656 when declared bankrupt." Full review
Time Out
"When he was declared bankrupt, clerks inventoried the house room by room; it's these records that provided the renovators with clues as to what the house looked like in Rembrandt's time." Full review
Condé Nast Traveler
"No oil paintings on display—go to the Rijksmuseum if that's what you're after—but plenty of his groundbreaking etchings." Full review
Let's Go
"Now visitors can see where Rembrandt slept, entertained guests, made paintings, sold paintings, and got attacked by his mistress after a fight over alimony (that would be the kitchen). " Full review
Travel + Leisure
"The artist Rembrandt lived in this house towards the end of his life, from 1639 until 1656, when bankruptcy forced him to sell all his possessions at auction" Full review
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