Het Rijksmuseum is gevestigd in een uniek historisch monumentaal gebouw uit 1885 van architect P.J.H. Cuypers. Het museum is gewijd aan de Nederlandse kunst en Nederlandse geschiedenis. De collectie wordt getoond in meer dan tweehonderd zalen en bestaat onder meer uit werken van Nederlandse meesters als Rembrandt van Rijn, Johannes Vermeer en Frans Hals. Naast schilderkunst uit de Middeleeuwen de 18e eeuw en de 19e eeuw, stelt het museum ook beeldhouwkunst, kunstnijverheid en moderne kunst ten toon. Het bekendste werk in de collectie is De Nachtwacht van Rembrandt van Rijn.
|Maandag||09:00 – 17:00|
|Dinsdag||09:00 – 17:00|
|Woensdag||09:00 – 17:00|
|Donderdag||09:00 – 17:00|
|Vrijdag||09:00 – 17:00|
|Zaterdag||09:00 – 17:00|
|Zondag||09:00 – 17:00|
De kassa van het Rijksmuseum sluit om 16:30
|0 t/m 18 jaar||Gratis|
|I Amsterdam City Card||Gratis|
|Vrienden van het Rijksmuseum||Gratis|
Stadspas 50% van de reguliere prijs
My daughter purchased two tickets for our anniversary last year and the E-ticket was printed in Dutch.
On arriving in Amsterdam we were told the tickets had expired as it was just over a year. Called the main office told the same even after explaining we can't read Dutch. Her problem was they couldn't read the expired barcode!!!! She suggested that we email the groups department as they should be able to help us.
Emailed them and after 2 days no reply, we call again and they would call us back. Again no response so we call again and we're told by the group women that she can't do anything for us rules are rules and we were over the year. When I asked to speak to a manager "that wasn't possible as all three managers don't deal with customers" !!!! When confronted with the question " is the €35 that we paid last year also invalid now" her reply was no but you can't get a refund!!!
Conclusion , on customer service this museum and their personel are a complete disgrace to tourists.
Any form of compromise or thinking outside the box unfortunately isn't in their mentality.
Shameful and definately a bad advert for Amsterdam and Holland
Extremely disappointing. We arrived 1st thing so missed most of the queues, it wasn't too busy. The signage is terrible, once everyone has entered they stand there in a clump, trying to work out which way to go. There is no signage at all, none.
The room numbering on the floor plan is nonsensical, you could reasonably expect room 2.20 to be next to 2.2, no, it goes 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, so 2.20 is between 2.19 and 2.21, so 2.11 is no where near 2.1 either, it is a real mess. No signs anywhere to help you.
And sadly the content of the exhibits is such a let down, if you are expecting a display of Rembrandts and Van Goghs don't get your hopes up, 3 minor Van Goghs and the Nightwatch (which is currently behind a huge glass enclosure being restored so you can't see it anyway). A lot of minor Dutch masters and an awful lot of random exhibits which really shouldn't be there, why is there a plane on the 3rd floor?
Go to any major gallery in any major city and you will see far more quality Dutch art than they have at the Rejksmuseum. Save yourself €20 and a lot of queuing.
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Ontdek musea in de buurt van Rijksmuseum.
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