Rembrandt Amsterdam 1 Autograph inscription on drawing “Two Butchers at Work” (Benesch 400) (c. 1635) Text ‘t vel daer aen…
On Rembrandt Tour Amsterdam
Rembrandt’s connection to the city of Amsterdam is very strong and his legacy still lives on, even four centuries after his death.
His life is just as fascinating as his work and we will take you to different locations around the city that have a connection to his work.
All these tours include stories about the famous artist Rembrandt. He was the richest painter in the Republic and led a very wild life, yet he managed to pass away penniless and buried in an anonymous grave.
The Rembrandt tours will teach you a lot about Rembrandt and give away all his secrets. We are proud of our extensive knowledge of Rembrandt and the city of Amsterdam.
Rembrandt tour reviews
Chris was most helpful and informative about the life, work and secret life of Rembrandt. I particularly enjoyed it because I c ould sense the amount of research and passion he has for the artist who defined an era of the Dutch golden age. He gives many little tidbits of the city as you explore the trail, having lived in the Nederlands for so many years. I highly recommend the tour and of course, the man behind it too. He's a warm and friendly character that makes any conversation a thoroughly enjoyable one. Keep it up Chris! I wish you all the best and would love to join your tour again, it's a different experience every time.Michelle
I did his Rembrandt walking tour and I'm so glad I did! It was such an awesome way to see the city. Chris knows a ton about Rembrandt and conveys the info really well and in a fun way. He's very energetic and easy to talk to. Just be sure to warn him if you see a pigeon near him :)Rory
Such an amazing tour! Chris is very knowledgeable about Rembrandt and takes you to all the cool locations associated with Rembrandt in Amsterdam. He kept the tour interesting and entertaining the whole time, it was really enjoyable - I highly recommend!Stephanie | https://www.facebook.com/pg/rembrandttour/reviews/
An amazing tour with an amazing tour guide! We were given a lot of information and fun facts about Rembrandt's life and artwork whilst moving and exploring the city ! Highly recommended !Vasia | https://www.facebook.com/pg/rembrandttour/reviews/
This tour is super interesting. Rembrandt has way more to do with this city than you'd think and the guide knows so much about this famous painter!! I can totally recommend.Anna | https://www.facebook.com/pg/rembrandttour/reviews/
I was lucky to get a one on one tour with Chris earlier today. It was incredibly fascinating to learn about the city's rich history, not only was Chris very knowledgable but he was very friendly and funny and it was great to learn about Amsterdam from someone who loves his home and all of it's secret treasures and also displays a deep interest in it's history and culture. Would recommend to anyone!Josh
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Hendrick van Uylenburg archives The earliest record of Hendrick Gerritsz. Uylenburch residence at Amsterdam (8 March 1628) Text Op…
Geertje Dircx archives The wedding announcement of Geertje Dircx (12 November 1634) Text Abraham Claesz jongesel van Hoorn woonende op…
Rembrandt’s period Leiden The location of the house of Rembrandt’s birth mentioned in the Chimney Tax Roll (1606) Text…
Rembrandt’s generation Receipt for the burial of Rembrandt’s cousin Claes van Medenblick (25 September-2 October 1600) Text Den…
The marriage of Rembrandt’s aunt Marytgen Gerytsdr. (19 March 1584) Text Den 29en Martij 1584 Pieter Claesz van Medemblik, vergeselschapt…