The Netherlands is world-renowned for its art and culture. It is fantastic to see how much she has to offer her visitors from all over the world. It is famous for its historical monuments, attractions, art galleries, castles and museums in all provinces of the Netherlands. Because they are well-known in art and culture, they boast many museums frequented by tourists from all over the world. Here are a group of the best museums in the Netherlands.
Van Gogh Museum
This is considered one of the most popular attractions in Amsterdam. They were featuring an impressive collection of Van Gogh’s works. The diversity of his painting style shows the talent of this artist. His works were so unique and at the same time that they differed to the point that you couldn’t believe one artist made them.
Usually, this museum is full of visitors, but don’t worry because it has enormous galleries that can accommodate large numbers of people. It also has platform seats where one can study and study his business.
The Rijksmuseum is a national museum located in Museumplein, Amsterdam. It is a diversified collection of paintings, pottery, crafts and statues. It also includes an extensive selection of works from the Dutch Golden Age and Asian art. But from now on, the museum is undergoing renovations and will reopen in two years.
Boymans van Beuningen Museum
This museum contains a variety of arts from the early Middle Ages to the twenty-first century modern. He focuses more on Dutch art despite adding many other collections over the years.
Laren Singer Museum
It is a museum specifically dedicated to the works of American artist William Henry Singer and his wife who came to Laren, North Holland Province. It also contains a collection of paintings by visiting artists.
The Netherlands Open Air Museum is located in Arnhem. The museum uses old houses, farms and factories to recreate the old way of life in the Netherlands.
Anne Frank House
It is a museum in Amsterdam devoted to the place where Anne Frank, a Jewish immigrant, hid with her family to escape Nazi persecution and wrote her famous memoirs. His original diaries and writings are on display at the museum