Rijksmuseum, Schiphol
(4.3/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • Also outside is very nice and is the hub of one of the districts of Amsterdam, on the inside it is very interesting and you will not get bored since there are many options for all tastes
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  • The Rijksmuseum has greatly been modernized since my last trip a long time ago. Most of the people who go there want to see Rembrandt's Night Watchmen. It has facilities for the handicapped and parkin...  more »
  • Jackets may just be included, they must relinquish backpacks. The Museum is very large necessarily take a plan!
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  • I have been to a lot of museums and this is in my top 3. Collection of paintings is amazing, as is the other artworks. Old military objects, statues, you name it. Plan at least 2 hours to be able to see a good amount of the collection. I recommend to make a selection of what you want to see, since you really need more than 3 hours to see it all without rushing.
  • Very big museum with a lot of art. My girlfriend and I weren't that impressed with the art, but this is all personal preference of course. The art is (not all of it) quite old and more focused on religion. The third floor is reserved to contemporary art, which is quite nice to see in such a big museum covering older art.
  • Worth it for the Gallery of Honour alone almost. Highlights include Vermeer's The Milkmaid and Rembrandt's The Night Watch. Excellent labeling on almost every piece in the gallery in both Dutch and English.
  • I visit this museum often and take a lot of tourists here as well. The visit during the Late Rembrandt exhibition gave me chills and goosebombs all over, it was a once in a lifetime experience for real to see so many Rembrandts brought together. And still when I think about it it gives me goosebombs. Still there are a lot of Rembrandts and other Dutch masters and I am happy to see my favourite painting of Rembrandt is still here, Claudius Civilus. Please keep it there!!! Also the naval paintings are amazing. If you like them also visit the Scheepvaart museum ;)
  • A true temple of art – from middle ages and the renaissance until modern art. It's worth every Euro you've invested for the ticket (note: with the iamsterdam city card you'll get a discount, but the entrance won't be free). The best thing about the museum as that you get to understand Dutch history and a little bit of the Dutch soul. Take you time for this museum (2,5 hours at least).