The Rembrandt Room is a function room on the first floor of the 17th-century Trippenhuis Building.
It has a single long table that can seat 22. The room is suitable for meetings, but it can also accommodate receptions of no more than 60 persons. The beautiful furnishings and decor, with red damask wall coverings, large paintings, ceiling paintings and candelabras, make this an exceptionally refined and delightful room.
The ceiling paintings of the Rembrandt Room date from the construction of the Trippenhuis Building (1660-1662). Its name refers to the fact that the Rijksmuseum was located in the Trippenhuis Building between 1815 and 1885, when Rembrandt’s Night Watch was displayed in the room.