YOUNG REMBRANDT

BOOKING ESSENTIAL

All visitors, including Members, need to book a ticket in advance.

TICKET PRICES AND MORE INFORMATION 

 

★ ★ ★ ★
“Revelatory – see one of our greatest masters emerge”

The Times

★ ★ ★ ★
“A rare opportunity to witness a great artist in the making”

The Telegraph

"An extraordinary exhibition"

The Sunday Times

"Packed with rarely loaned glories"

The Financial Times

 

Witness the meteoric rise of Rembrandt, from his first tentative works as a teenager in his home town of Leiden, to the sublime masterpieces he produced in Amsterdam ten years later.

Beginning with his earliest known paintings, prints and drawings made in the mid-1620s, and ending at the moment he rockets to stardom in Amsterdam in the mid-1630s, this exhibition charts an astonishing transformation.

 

EXPLORE OUR ONLINE EXHIBITION

 

Watch the Trailer

https://www.youtube.com/embed/u-4uOJRnBUw?rel=0

 

This is the largest collection of works devoted to the young Rembrandt and includes over 30 of his paintings, and 90 drawings and prints from international and private collections.

Don’t miss this unprecedented opportunity to examine young Rembrandt’s work and observe his remarkable metamorphosis from insecure teenager to the greatest Dutch painter of all time.

Exhibition highlights

TICKETS & PRICING

 

It is essential that all visitors, including Members, book tickets in advance online.

Exhibition tickets include general Museum entry, but you will be asked to enter the exhibition before you visit the rest of the Museum, the café, and the shop(s).
 

 


MEMBER TICKETS

Members can visit our Young Rembrandt exhibition for free, but must please book free, timed tickets in advance. Your 13- or 14-digit Membership Number will be required to book free exhibition tickets.

Patron Members should book their free exhibition tickets by visiting the ticket links further above and booking free 'Patrons' tickets, not by visiting the Member links here.
  

 

Please visit our 'Plan Your Visit' page to find our more about visiting, or to book free General Admission (non-exhibition) tickets.

Plan Your Visit

 

 

Full price adult
£14.50 (peak)
£16.00 with Gift Aid

£13.50 (off-peak)
£15.00 with Gift Aid

 

FREE Entry (but booking is required) for
  • Members & Patrons
  • Under 12s
  • Carers (see 'Disabled visitors & carers' section, below)
  • Museum Colleagues (OU GLAM, OU Ruskin School, ICOM, and Museum Association only)
  • ASH Pass Holders
  • University of Oxford Students

Proof of eligibility must be presented with your ticket when you visit.

 

Concession rate tickets available for
  • Senior citizens
  • University of Oxford staff & alumni

Proof of eligibility must be presented with your ticket when you visit.

 

Half Price tickets available for
  • Blue Light Card Holders
  • Children aged 12–17 years
  • Those under 25
  • Students
  • Those who are unemployed
  • Art Fund Members

Proof of eligibility must be presented with your ticket when you visit.

 

Disabled visitors & carers

Disabled visitors should book a regular exhibition ticket at full or concession price, depending on eligibility.

Accompanying carers can access the exhibition for free with a ticket-holding disabled visitor, but should please book one of our free 'Carer' tickets for the same time slot.

 

Oxford Pass Holders
Holders of a valid Oxford Pass – Oxford’s Official Sightseeing Card – can access our special exhibitions for free, but must book the relevant free ticket in advance. Your Oxford Pass must be presented with your ticket. For terms and conditions, and for more information, please visit the Oxford Pass website.

 

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FOR UNLIMITED FREE ENTRY

Membership gives you unlimited access to exhibitions, as well as members-only previews, exclusive discounts in our our shop, restaurant and café, and much more.

For more information about changes we have made to the Museum, to keep staff and visitors safe, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
 

Read our full visiting FAQs

If you have any queries related to online ticketing, or have a problem when in the process of buying your tickets, please visit our online ticketing FAQs page.

EXHIBITION FAQs

 

Booking in advance is essential. All visitors, including Members, will need to book a ticket in advance.

For more information about tickets please see the Tickets & Pricing section, above, or see our Ticket Information Page.

For more information about changes we have made to the Museum, to keep staff and visitors safe, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

 

 

Yes, Members and Patrons of the Ashmolean now need to book free, timed tickets for this exhibition.

Member tickets are still free, but must be booked in advance.

Members will need to enter their 13- or 14-digit Membership Number to book their tickets.

To book, please see the Tickets & Pricing section, above.

 

 

Please contact the Learning Department for more information: learning@ashmus.ox.ac.uk

 

 

Yes. A family trail will be available from the exhibition entrance.

Artist Dionne Freeman has also designed some Young Rembrandt creative activities for you to use at home!

 

 

 

Yes. Access to the exhibition is via lift and the entire exhibition is wheelchair accessible. Handheld labels will be available.

There is also a level access route from the pavement outside the Museum to the front door. You can read more about Museum access at this link Ashmolean Access Guide

Disabled visitors should book a regular exhibition ticket at full or concession price, depending on eligibility. Accompanying carers can access the exhibition for free with a ticket-holding disabled visitor, but will need to book a free, timed Carer ticket.

 

 

Yes, you can download the teachers notes for the exhibition at the button below.

Young Rembrandt Teachers Notes

 

PRESS

To contact the Press Office please click here

Unfortunately we are not able to offer complimentary access to the media to our ticketed exhibitions while we are operating limited visitor numbers for social distancing. If you have been commissioned to review the exhibition by an accredited media outlet, please get in touch with us and we will be happy to help: Ashmolean Press Office

SUPPORTERS & CURATORS

 

The exhibition has been generously supported by

The William Delafield Charitable Trust
The Friends of the Ashmolean
The Patrons of the Ashmolean
Edward Speelman Ltd
Sotheby’s
Charles and Alison Young
Ambassador J. William Middendorf II
The Catherine Lewis Foundation
Susan and Matthew Weatherbie
Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Thriplow Charitable Trust
The Michael Marks Charitable Trust

Exhibition Curators

Professor Christopher Brown CBE, Director-Emeritus of the Ashmolean Museum
An Van Camp, Curator of Northern European Art, Ashmolean Museum
Dr Christiaan Vogelaar, Curator of Old Master Paintings and Sculpture, Museum De Lakenhal