Rembrandt House Museum
Once the house where Rembrandt lived and painted, this building has now been converted into a museum housing some of the artists rarest and most personal pieces. Amongst collections of his own works there are also a number of pieces relating to his forerunners, contemporaries and disciples, all housed within this seamlessly restored version of Rembrandt’s former residence, in which he resided from 1639 o 1658. Visitors to this splendid museum are re-introduced to this great artist both for his recognised works and as a prolific etcher, a side of the artists not often seen. This visit is a must for any art groups visiting the city as well as an eye opening cultural and historical visit.