The Netherlands is not only Red Light Street, tulips, traditional mills and a lot of entertainment. The country is almost imbued with art – classic and modern. A visit to the museums of the Netherlands will take a lot of time and effort. They contain both masterpieces of eminent masters and works of art created relatively recently. Valuable artifacts, exhibits devoted to the subject of beer or erotica – each tourist will find a museum in the Netherlands to his own taste.

Car hire in the Netherlands is a widespread service. You can book a rental car long before your trip via the Internet. In the country, almost all roads are in excellent condition. A rental car will be a great solution for a long journey through rural areas. It’s easy to cross the Netherlands in a rented car – the roads are free.

Photo of the Rijksmuseum

Photo of the Rijksmuseum

Ice Sculpture

Museum The museum is located in The Hague, and more specifically, it operates within the miniature park – Madurodam. The doors of the ice sculpture museum open to visitors from February until May. This is a real frozen kingdom – it is so cold here that warm vests are given to visitors at the entrance. The museum collection is made up of unusual sculptures made of ice.

Taylor Museum

The building, which houses the Museum of Art and Science, was once owned by a wealthy banker. He bequeathed his condition to a noble goal – to support such areas as science, art, and even religion. Today in the Taylor Museum you can see very significant works of such famous artists as Michelangelo and Rembrandt. Found a place and archaeological finds, scientific devices and rare types of coins.

Photo of the Scheepvaartmuseum

Photo of the Scheepvaartmuseum

Rembrandt House Museum

This building, located on a street in Amsterdam, is a clear testimony to the fact that the Netherlands is designed for art lovers. Here once lived a great artist himself – Rembrandt bought this house at the time of his glory. The museum opened much later – in 1911. Visitors can see with their own eyes the historically recreated setting in which the artist lived. There is no doubt about the authenticity of the interior, since the data was taken from an inventory made by a notary during the sale of a house at auction.

Museum Boymans van Beningen

The history of the museum began in 1847 at the time when Frans Jacob Boymansan gave his collection of works of art to the city authorities. After the collection of exhibits replenished thanks to Georg van Beningen. Hence the unusual name of the museum. Today you can see the works of Rembrandt, Rubens and even van Gogh. Unfortunately, some of the works acquired by the museum during the pre-war period were recognized as fakes.