- Rijksmuseum (interior and exterior)
- Skip the line tickets to the Rijksmuseum
- Viewing of Rembrandt's The Night Watch
Can we book this walk for later in the day?
The Rijksmuseum becomes very crowded throughout the day. It can be especially difficult to do the family-focused activities on this walk as the museum gets more crowded. We strongly recommend a 9:00 am start time, but we can certainly accommodate requests for other times.
No. Unless you remove the museum tickets from your cart, we will purchase tickets on your behalf and your expert will have the advance tickets ready for you. If you remove the tickets from your cart, we will assume you will be purchasing a museum pass or tickets on your own.
Tickets for the Rijksmuseum are not timed and are valid for the whole day, so you can go in and out as much as you like.
Does this tour include any current temporary exhibitions?
The tour visits the Rijksmuseum's permanent collection. Your entry tickets are valid for temporary exhibitions as well, but often, it is necessary to separately book time slots for visiting the exhibition(s). If you would like to include a particular temporary exhibition, we can usually do so on a private, custom basis. Please get in touch with us for more information and updated pricing.
Roser studied Translation and Interpreting at the Universitat Autònoma in Barcelona. She spent one academic year at the Universiteit van Amsterdam and fell in love with this city. She spent two more years studying Voice Over and Drama Studies. After a decade working in tourism, she became a tour guide in 2012. Her first focus was the History of Amsterdam. It afterwards spread to the rest of the country. In 2013 she began guiding curious minds through the Jewish History of Amsterdam. In 2019 she got her diploma as a National Guide. That year she worked at the Anne Frank House. Her focus now is on Art History, Architecture and Dutch landscapes.
Josje is a Dutch multi-disciplinary artist, freelance guide and hands-on media educator. She has a Bachelor's degree in Fine Art and in Arts and Design Education. Josje has extensive experience in teaching students aged 5 – 95 in all various aspects of art, and has ran media workshops, art critique courses, motion graphic studies and various tours. Due to her diverse background she’s incredibly fascinated by the city’s wealth of stories, from art to (Jewish) history and colonial heritage which she’s keen to share. Her tours are lively, in-depth and delivered with a sense of humor. She loves connecting the dots and interacting with Context clients. In her free time Josje loves to make CG-based art and music, touring through Europe as a DJ or reading up on her favourite subjects like art-history, Amsterdam & colonial history, sociology, esoteric philosophies or psychology.
Vanessa has lived in the Netherlands for over fifteen years. As an Art Historian and expert in Cultural Heritage, living here has sparked her curiosity about this country and its society, with its unlimited options of sites to enjoy and explore. She speaks English, Spanish and Catalan, as well as Dutch because she believes it is important to be able to understand the society that has welcomed her. The fields in which she is specialized are Heritage and Museums like the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum, but also the city of Amsterdam itself because every step you make in this city opens a new historical window. She has been working as an assistant curator in different galleries and museums of Amsterdam and as a Heritage Specialist and Consultant for the University of Barcelona, the Catalan Government and also for U.S. companies. As a guide, she aims to help visitors feel like locals and to expand their knowledge about the art, history and culture of the Netherlands.
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