The Golden Age was the heyday of Dutch painting. Rembrandt created a quite a stir with his characteristic painting style and everyone was blown away by his group portrait of Amsterdam marksmen.
In the Golden Age Dutch painting flourished in an unprecedented way. The works and names of Rembrandt, Vermeer, Frans Hals and many others still capture attention and admiration all over the world. The Rijksmuseum is the place to come and see them.
This guided tour shows you the most beautiful works of art from that period. From Rembrandts characteristic and rough painting style, to Vermeers tranquil paintings such as the Milkmaid. And from Frans Hals’ lively portraits of civilians, to the famous Dutch still lifes with cheeses. And why is the Night Watch so special? This tour will show you. In one hour, you will see the highlights of Dutch painting in the 17th century
Adults (ages 16 and up)
Book a guided tour for your own group, between 9:30 and 13:30
Note: group tours need to be booked at least two weeks in advance
The tour starts at the information desk in the museum
Group tour: € 75 per 15 persons (excluding admission fee)