If you want your students to explore the museum for themselves, SnapGuide can add a whole new layer to their experience.

After going to the SnapGuide website on their phones, students select their favourite celebrity – footballer Rafael van der Vaart or YouTube star NikkieTutorials – who then takes them on a guided tour of the Rijksmuseum, with several fun challenges along the way.

Using their phones’ cameras, your students will get to discover the museum’s world-renowned collection while their celebrity of choice tells them more about the artworks they like best. During their private tour, students can share their findings with their teachers, their classmates or even the whole world!

Please note: students must be in possession of a smartphone to use SnapGuide.

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SnapGuide tours take about 60 minutes to complete.

How does it work?

  • Using the internet browser on their smartphones, students can go to:
  • Free Wi-Fi is available.
  • Use of headphones is mandatory. Philips Flite headphones are available for students who did not bring their own.
  • Don’t have a smartphone? No problem! Students can also work together using the same phone.