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RTXP Amsterdam | Immersive Art Experience Under One Roof

Welcome to the RTXP Art Experience in the heart of Amsterdam, where creativity and culture converge to offer a unique artistic journey. Located amidst the picturesque canals and historic architecture, this immersive exhibition gallery showcases a rich tapestry of contemporary and traditional art. Join us as we delve into the vibrant world of RTXP, discovering its eclectic exhibitions, convenient location, opening hours, and the amenities that enhance your visit.

Note: The original artworks are NOT displayed here. RTXP Amsterdam is only an immersive experience.

Important notice: RTXP Amsterdam is temporarily closed. Please visit us again to book your tickets to this immersive experience of a lifetime.

Why Visit RTXP Amsterdam?

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  • Artistic Time Travel: RTXP embarks on a captivating journey through art history, spanning the Renaissance to modernity, with rooms dedicated to the studies of over 50 masterpieces from luminaries like Botticelli, Rembrandt, and Mondrian.
  • Architectural Gem: Situated within one of De Pijp's most stunning skyscrapers, RTXP is a masterpiece, elevating the overall experience with its aesthetic splendor.
  • Immersive Artistry: RTXP offers an unparalleled immersive experience, thanks to the 360º painted space and QR codes that allow you to gain detailed insight behind the original paintings.
  • Prime City Location: Conveniently located in the heart of Amsterdam, adjacent to the Heineken Experience, RTXP is a must-visit, seamlessly fitting into the itineraries of city explorers.

RTXP Amsterdam Highlights

Hieronymus Bosch's The Garden of Delights in RTXP Amsterdam

Hieronymus Bosch's The Garden of Delights

Unearth the mysteries within Bosch's The Garden of Delights, a mesmerizing triptych. This surreal masterpiece unveils a world filled with perplexing landscapes, fantastical creatures, and a vivid exploration of human desires and divine judgment, inviting contemplation of life's complexities.

Botticelli's The Birth of Venus in RTXP Amsterdam

Botticelli's The Birth of Venus

Transport yourself to the realm of myth and beauty with Botticelli's iconic The Birth of Venus. This masterpiece captures the graceful emergence of the goddess from the sea, enveloped in the elegance and allure of the Renaissance era.

Rembrandt's The Night Watch in RTXP Amsterdam

Rembrandt's The Night Watch

Enter the dynamic and dramatic universe of Rembrandt's The Night Watch. Illuminated by an intricate interplay of light and shadow, this group portrait of Amsterdam's militia comes to life, offering a vivid glimpse into a bygone era.

Da Vinci's Mona Lisa in RTXP Amsterdam

Da Vinci's Mona Lisa

The enigmatic smile of Da Vinci's Mona Lisa has fascinated art lovers for centuries. This masterpiece is a quintessential example of Renaissance art, captivating viewers with its timeless allure and enduring aura of mystery.

Jan van Eyck's The Arnolfini Portrait in RTXP Amsterdam

Jan van Eyck's The Arnolfini Portrait

Step into the opulent world of van Eyck's The Arnolfini Portrait, a double portrait that exudes wealth and love. Rich in symbolism, it offers a glimpse into the status and affections of the subjects, creating a window into the past.

Piet Mondrian's Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow in RTXP Amsterdam

Piet Mondrian's Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow

Embrace the dawn of modern abstract art with Piet Mondrian's Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow. A grid of primary colors and straight lines revolutionizes artistic expression, forging a path for new visual languages and perspectives in the art world.

Plan Your Visit To RTXP Amsterdam

Getting There
Visitor Tips
RTXP Amsterdam Timings

Opening Hours: 12 AM to 6 PM (Sunday & Monday), 10:30 AM to 6 PM (Tuesday & Wednesday) and 10:30 AM to 7 PM (Thursday to Saturday)

Closed On: King's Day, Christmas and New Year’s Day

Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit RTXP Amsterdam is between May and August, so you can fully immerse yourself in art.

Address: Eerste Jacob van Campenstraat 59, 1072 BD Amsterdam, Netherlands

Find on Maps

  • By Metro: 52 from Central Station, Red Light District
    Closest stop: Vijzelgracht
  • By Tram: 4 from Dam, Red Light District
    Closest stop: Marie Heinekenplein
  • By Car: 5.7 km away from the Red Light District
    Closest parking: APCOA, Parking Museumquarter Nicolaas Maesstraat, Parking Garage Albert Cyup Ruysdaelkade
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  • RTXP has around 40 seats throughout the gallery exhibition.
  • There is an unattended wardrobe at RTXP where you can keep your bags and coats.
  • There is a bar inside the premises where you can have soft drinks, tea, coffee, and desserts.
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  • Please refrain from touching the exhibits to preserve their integrity and longevity.
  • Flash can damage the artwork; take photos without flash to protect the pieces.
  • Keep noise to a minimum to create a peaceful atmosphere for all visitors.
  • Stick to designated paths to ensure the safety and preservation of the exhibits.
  • Consuming food or drinks near the artwork is prohibited to maintain a clean and respectful environment.
  • For your safety and the enjoyment of all visitors, please heed any guidance from our knowledgeable staff.
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Stay near RTXP Amsterdam
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  • Rijksmuseum (550 m): Immerse yourself in the Dutch Golden Age at the Rijksmuseum, home to masterpieces like Rembrandt's Night Watch, offering a rich tapestry of Dutch art and history.
  • Vondelpark (900 m): Amsterdam's green heart, Vondelpark, beckons with serene ponds, sculptures, and vibrant gardens. Ideal for strolls and picnics in the city's natural oasis.
  • Van Gogh Museum (1.8 km): A tribute to the iconic artist, the Van Gogh Museum houses an unparalleled collection of his works, allowing visitors to trace his creative evolution through immersive exhibitions.
  • Anne Frank House (2.8 km): Step into history at the Anne Frank House, where Anne's poignant diary comes to life, revealing the hidden annex where she penned her remarkable words during World War II.
RTXP Amsterdam Visitor tips
  • Save time by buying tickets in advance through RTXP's website.
  • Allocate around 1.5-2 hours to explore the art at your own pace.
  • If visiting with kids, keep an eye on their behavior to maintain a serene atmosphere.
  • Take a break at the bar on the premises to recharge and enjoy refreshments.
  •  Follow the rules and maintain a respectful environment for fellow art enthusiasts.

Frequently Asked Questions About RTXP Amsterdam

How long should I spend at RTXP Amsterdam?

You should allocate 1.5 to 2 hours to explore the RTXP exhibition comfortably.

Is it worth visiting the RTXP Amsterdam?

If you are interested in checking out studies of the classic art pieces from Van Gogh to Da Vinci, visiting RTXP in Amsterdam is a must!

What are the ticket options for RTXP Amsterdam?

An audio-guided entry ticket to RTXP Amsterdam is available.

Can I buy RTXP Amsterdam tickets online?

Yes, buying your tickets to RTXP Amsterdam online is recommended for convenience.

Can I take photographs inside the RTXP Amsterdam?

Yes, photography is generally allowed inside the premises, but flash photography is prohibited.

Is the RTXP Amsterdam wheelchair accessible?

No, currently, RTXP is not friendly for people with wheelchair requirements.

Is there a cloakroom inside RTXP Amsterdam?

Yes, there is an unattended wardrobe inside the RTXP Amsterdam where you can keep your coats and bags.

Can I bring food and drinks to the RTXP Amsterdam?

You cannot bring your food and drinks inside the RTXP Amsterdam, although there is a small bar inside that you can visit during your visit.

Can I take my children to RTXP Amsterdam?

Yes, you can take your kids to RTXP Amsterdam. Kids under the age of 6 are allowed free entry, as well.

Are animals allowed inside the premises?

No, animals are not inside RTXP exhibition, except guide dogs.

Is there a dress code for visiting the RTXP Amsterdam?

No, there is no particular dress code for RTXP Amsterdam.