The Rijksmuseum is the Dutch National Museum and dedicates all of its works to arts and history of Amsterdam. Located in the Museum Square, Amsterdam South.
The building was designed by Pierre Cuypers and was first opened in 1885. The main building closed for a long period of time for a huge renovation in 2003 and finally reopened its doors after 10 years on 13th April 2013. In 2013 and 2014 it was the most visited museum in Amsterdam with a record 2.47 million visitors through its doors.
The Rijksmuseum currently holds the countries largest collection of art and artefacts. The museum has 80 galleries which showcase 800 years of Dutch art and historic objects, these include 22 Rembrandts including “Night Watch”, and 4 Vermeers including “The Milk Maid”.
There are some stunning frames on display in these collections showcasing ll of the stunning art on display here.