Young Rembrandt Studio

Young Rembrandt Studio

The Young Rembrandt Studio, the 17th-century house at Langebrug 89 in Leiden, is where Rembrandt spent his younger years (1606 – 1630) learning how to draw, paint and make etchings at the hand of his mentor Jacob van Swanenburgh.  This is a unique stop on the Leiden Rembrandt route that gives a glimpse into the life of the young Rembrandt. A special seven-minute ‘video mapping’ projection introduces you to the young master painter and the most important key figures in his life.

Address: Langebrug 89, Leiden
Opening hours: Tuesday till Sunday from 12pm to 5pm

 

Young Rembrandt School
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Corona update - Important to know when planning your visit!

Precautionary measures for your visit

  • Maintain 1.5 metres’ social distancing
  • Show consideration for others
  • Stay home if you have cold or flu symptoms. You are welcome if you and your housemates have been free of symptoms for at least 24 hours
  • We reserve the right to refuse entrance to visitors
  • Always follow the directions of the staff
  • Use the hand sanitiser gel at the entrance to the studio
  • Payment only by PIN or contactless