There’s no faster way to visit the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is a very crowded museum. We recommend to buy your priority tickets here in advance so you can skip those long lines. As a result you will be able to admire over 400 masterpieces much longer. Enjoy the work of great artists such as Jan Steen, Frans Hals, Vermeer, and Rembrandt.
With a fast lane ticket you can skip the cash register in the museum. The ticket has a barcode that can be scanned at the entrance. On very busy days you might have to wait outside the museum, in the special queue for ticket holders. Buy the cheapest Skip The Line Tickets for Rijksmuseum now.
Background Info Rijksmuseum
This attraction you should not miss during your trip to the Netherlands! The Rijksmuseum (English: The State Museum) exists for more than 200 years and today belongs to the most breathtaking museums in the world. Skip the line and indulge in a world of classic art. The Rijksmuseum was founded in The Hague in 1800 and moved to Amsterdam in 1808, where it was first located in the Royal Palace and later in the Trippenhuis.
The current main building was designed by Pierre Cuypers and first opened its doors in 1885. On 13 April 2013, after a ten-year renovation which cost €375 million, the main building was reopened by Queen Beatrix. In 2013 and 2014, it was the most visited museum in the Netherlands with record numbers of 2.2 million and 2.47 million visitors. It is also the largest art museum in the country. Skip the ticket line at the Rijksmuseum and enter faster thanks to your priority e-ticket.
Highlights & Tips Rijksmuseum
- 800 years of Dutch art & history, 8,000 objects and 80 galleries from the Dutch Golden Age (from the year 1200 right up to the present).
- Great highlights are the works from the Golden Age of Dutch art from around 1620 to 1680, and the collection of paintings by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Hals, Steen and de Hooch.
- This busy museum’s Michelin-starred restaurant RIJKS®, is one of the best in the city. It’s open for lunch and dinner and, if the weather cooperates, the terrace is a lovely place to eat & relax.
- Use the first floor as your reference point: it connects the four corners of the museum, and is the easiest way to move between the amazing collections.
- The building itself is absolutely gorgeous and is worth the trip alone. The Rijksmuseum underpass attracts regular street musicians due to its magical acoustics which makes an unforgettable entrance.
- Current Exhibition: Caravaggio-Bernini. Baroque in Rome: The beginnings of baroque in Rome, with starring roles for the painter Caravaggio and the sculptor Bernini. Until the 7th of June 2020.
Skip The Line Ticket Prices Rijksmuseum
Priority Access Tickets: €21
Fast Lane Tickets from: €21
SkipTheLine Tickets from: €21
Opening Hours & Best Time to Visit Rijksmuseum
Open 365 days a year from 9am to 5pm. Spring & summer promises tend to be extremely busy. As well as the tourists, many Dutch people will doubtless want to (re-)discover their national museum. The quietest times (especially in the Gallery of Honour) are likely to be weekdays, first thing in the morning (from 9am), or for the last two hours of the day (3pm-5pm). Winter will obviously be a quieter time, too.
How To Get To Rijksmuseum?
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: From Central Station – Trams 2 and 16 (Rijksmuseum tram stop) From other Stations: Tram 12 (Museumplein tram stop) Busses From Schiphol Amsterdam Airport: bus 197 (Rijksmuseum bus stop)
Navigate to Museumstraat 1, Amsterdam. There is a supervised car park beneath Museumplein (Q-Park, Van Baerlestraat 33b, entrance near the Concertgebouw).
This activity is non-refundable.