5th April 2013

If you are taking a school trip to Amsterdam then Rijksmuseum is a must visit! This breathtaking museum is now reopening its doors, after 10 years of renovation, to the lovers of Art & Culture and is the perfect educational trip for your creative students.

First opening its doors in 1800 the museum has undergone many transformations which led to it being established in Amsterdam in 1808. Since this time the museum has outgrown its immense collection and therefore has undergone renovation since 2003. Finally, after a much waited 10 years, the museum will finally have its grand-opening on the date of Saturday 13th April 2013 when Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands reopens its doors.

The museum holds a breathtaking collection of arts, crafts and history. It has a substantial collection of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age with works by artists Jacob Van Ruysdael, Frans Hals, Johannes Vermeer, Jan Steen and Rembrandt. The collection also includes a significant amount of beautiful Asian art, a large accumulation of the antique objects of the material Dutch culture, rich collection of prints, drawings and the classic photography.

Showcasing a mixed variety of Art, this museum is a must visit for your students on their exciting trip to Amsterdam! With the rich history and culture within the museum, there is no better way for your students to learn about the Dutch Golden Age and much more.

Contact Adaptable Travel today to see how we can help organise your next school trip to Amsterdam to see the newly renovated Rijksmuseum based in the heart of Amsterdam!

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