The Passage

The Atrium is made up of two spaces that are connected by way of a tunnel underneath the Passage. The Atrium has its entrance in the Passage. The original brick walls of the Passage have been replaced with large expanses of glass, allowing passers-by to admire the interior courtyards.



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History of the Rijksmuseum

Our online collection contains many photographs of the Rijksmuseum throughout the years. This link shows, for instance, what the Passage used to look like.

Curious about the rich history of Rijksmuseum building and galleries? Take a look in the historical archive.

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