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Vermeer in Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

February 10, 2023 @ 9:00 am June 4, 2023 @ 6:00 pm

Vermeer Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Vermeer Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

Discover the paintings of Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. This temporary exhibition offers the unique opportunity to admire as many as 28 of Vermeer’s 37 paintings in real life. Please note for this temporary exhibition, you will need a ticket for the Vermeer exhibition in addition to your Rijksmuseum ticket.

Unique Vermeer exhibition at Rijksmuseum in spring 2023

It is the first exhibition dedicated to the famous 17th-century master in the Netherlands in almost 30 years. A new generation will have the chance to get to know one of the world’s greatest artists; a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Ticket prices Vermeer in Rijksmuseum

You will need separate tickets for the Vermeer exhibition. With this ticket you will visit the Rijksmuseum and the Vermeer exhibition. Please note: Entry to the Rijksmuseum is only applicable if your start time is before 3.30pm.

Vermeer ticketsPrice
Adult tickets (18+)€ 34.00Reserve now
Kids tickets (0-17)Free*Reserve now

* Kids under 18 years old may enter for free, but still need to book a ticket

Reserve your tickets and time slot

The Vermeer exhibition is popular with visitors and residents of Amsterdam. A limited number of tickets are available per day and time slot. We recommend booking your ticket in advance to ensure you can visit this unique exhibition.

About Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer

The painter Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675) lived and worked in Delft. His work is best known for his hushed, introverted indoor scenes, his unprecedented use of bright, colourful light and his convincing illusionism.

Unlike Rembrandt, Vermeer left a remarkably small oeuvre with about 37 paintings. Because his paintings are among the masterpieces in collections and museums around the world, his work is only lent out on rare occasions.