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Rembrandtplein - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Rembrandtplein, 1017 CV Amsterdam, Netherlands

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About Rembrandtplein

Rembrandt Square is located in Central Amsterdam and is named after the famous artist Rembrandt van Rijn. Originally a butter and dairy market, Rembrandtplein has long left its farm friendly origins behind and these days you are far more likely to find yourself enjoying a latte on the terrace of a café than buying milk from a farmer.

Attractions Near Rembrandtplein

Willet-Holthuysen Museum
Willet-Holthuysen Museum0.14km from Rembrandtplein

The Willet-Holthuysen Museum houses a remarkable collection of fine and applied art acquired by Abraham Willet. Selections from the collection are shown in alternating exhibitions in the rooms on the first floor. Other exhibitions relating to the theme of the collection are also shown on the display.Some of the rooms remain unchanged, while others, such as the kitchen and the Garden room, have been restored in the style of the 18th century.

Hermitage Amsterdam
Hermitage Amsterdam0.37km from Rembrandtplein

Hermitage Amsterdam is a branch of the world famous Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg. The museum is located in the former Amstelhof, a classical style building from 1681. The exhibition area covers 2,172 m2 and is contained within two large exhibition halls and smaller exhibition rooms. The remaining space holds lecture halls, offices and staff accommodations and a restaurant. It is currently the largest satellite of the Hermitage Museum, with a total area of 12,846 m2.

KattenKabinet (Cat Cabinet)
KattenKabinet (Cat Cabinet)0.39km from Rembrandtplein

The KattenKabinet is an art museum in Amsterdam devoted to works depicting cats. It specializes in art representing cats. There is an aura of specific sense humor not only in the theme of this museum, but also in a way this museum has been presented to the visitor. Sculptures, paintings, posters and books about the felines are exhibited in a serious, professional way - almost too serious not to provoke a smile on a visitors face.

Waterlooplein Market
Waterlooplein Market0.39km from Rembrandtplein

The Waterlooplein Market is one of the oldest flea markets in both Amsterdam and the Netherlands, operating since 1885. This long-running outdoor bazaar is located in Amsterdam’s city centre, near the Rembrandt House Museum. The market draws both visitors and locals with its eclectic mix of vendors and street food, with people typically spending up to an hour exploring the market’s wares.

Allard Pierson
Allard Pierson0.39km from Rembrandtplein

The Allard Pierson Museum is the archaeological museum of the University of Amsterdam. It is situated at the Oude Turfmarkt 127 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Artifacts from the ancient civilizations of ancient Egypt, the Near East, the Greek World, Etruria, and the Roman Empire are curated and exhibited in this museum.

Bloemenmarkt0.4km from Rembrandtplein

The Bloemenmarkt Flower Market is a floating market located on Singel. Founded in 1862, it is sited in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on the Singel canal between Muntplein and Koningsplein in the city's southern canal belt. The present-day market is a big tourist attraction selling not only fresh cut flowers, but bulbs which can be exported directly overseas. The stalls are a great place to buy gifts & souvenirs of Holland and Amsterdam.

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