The Rijksmuseum has been recognised as a world-renowned museum for student research due to the significance and impact of the treasures housed within its collection. Where better to take your students for an educational experience?
The museum was originally located in The Hague, where it opened its doors in 1800 before being moved to the new capital of Amsterdam. The museum’s collection has been housed in its current building since 1885, which has undergone numerous renovations modernising and expanding the museum throughout the years, with its latest finishing in 2013. The museum is home to an extensive collection featuring works by internationally recognised artists such as Van Gogh and Rembrandt. The museum was renovated in 2019 to include the project of Rembrandt’s ‘The Night Watch’, which will be the largest research and restoration effort in history, happening in the museum for visitors like your students to be a part of.