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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
You should allocate 1.5 to 2 hours to explore the RTXP exhibition comfortably.
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!
An audio-guided entry ticket to RTXP Amsterdam is available.
Yes, buying your tickets to RTXP Amsterdam online is recommended for convenience.
Yes, photography is generally allowed inside the premises, but flash photography is prohibited.
No, currently, RTXP is not friendly for people with wheelchair requirements.
Yes, there is an unattended wardrobe inside the RTXP Amsterdam where you can keep your coats and bags.
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.
Yes, you can take your kids to RTXP Amsterdam. Kids under the age of 6 are allowed free entry, as well.
No, animals are not inside RTXP exhibition, except guide dogs.
No, there is no particular dress code for RTXP Amsterdam.