Originally opened in December 2002, the Rijksmuseum at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol was the first ever museum in an airport, and the only auxiliary branch of the Rijksmuseum. Revitalised and reopened as of September 2017, you can step in for free and admire world-famous art by Dutch Masters like Jan van Goyen, Willem van de Velde the Younger, Abraham Mignon and Michiel van Mierevelt. You can visit the Rijksmuseum Schiphol free of charge and the museum offers updated exhibits every few months. The museum is located between Lounge 2 and 3, after passport control. It's open 24-hours per day.
In the museum you can see a number of works of art by famous masters of the Golden Age. On display are a blue and white tile tableau and ten paintings from the Rijksmuseum collection: landscapes, seascapes, flower still lifes and portraits of Dutch masters such as Jan van Goyen, Willem van de Velde II, Abraham Mignon and Michiel van Mierevelt. The museum is open day and night free of charge. A temporary exhibition can be admired three times a year.
Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Schiphol can be found on Holland Boulevard. Holland Boulevard is the area on the first floor of the terminal building between the E and F Pier, Lounge 2 and 3 behind the security check.