Rijksmuseum Schiphol is back
The Rijksmuseum is back on Holland Boulevard, the recently refurbished leisure zone between Lounge 2 and 3, past security at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. In 2002 the Rijksmuseum became the first art museum in the world to open a new branch at an airport. And Schiphol is currently the only airport in the world with a museum exhibiting original 17th-century art, right in the terminal building. Holland Boulevard is now also home to NEMO Science Museum, a library, as well as a relaxation area.
Open 24 hours a day free of charge
This S-shaped exhibition space with an area of 167 square metres was designed by NEXT architects, and Irma Boom designed the exhibition layout. The museum is open 24 hours a day, admission is free, and visitors can enter it from two sides. Souvenirs from the Rijksmuseum and other Dutch museums can be purchased in the adjacent shop.
Lounge 2 and 3
Rijksmuseum Schiphol is located between Lounge 2 and 3, past security at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
Rijksmuseum Schiphol is made possible by ING, main sponsor Rijksmuseum and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol