The largest art museum in the Netherlands, Rijksmuseum is itself a history book. Now located in the borough of Amsterdam South at the Museum Square, this Dutch national museum was founded on November 19, back in the year 1798, but in The Hague. After two times of relocation within ten years, as well as a ten-year renovation, the current building of the Rijkmuseum, was opened to the public in 2013. Claimed to have a total collection of one million objects, owned by the Kingdom of the Netherlands, they are all pertinent to the Dutch art and history. The spectacular museum also houses the masterpieces by Rembrandt, Frans Hals, Jacob van Ruisdael and Vermeer, the Dutch Golden Age painters. Some of the attractions of Rijksmuseum are the paintings of ‘Night Watch’ by Rembrandt and ‘The Milkmaid’ by Vermeer. Consisting of a tunnel entrance, a beautiful garden, a library and a restaurant - the museum building has been a heritage site since 1970. Pertaining to its location, the museum is located at the Museumplein, just a few minutes away from the Van Gogh Museum, Moco Museum and Stedelijk Museum. After reopening in its current form, this 200 years old museum was the most visited museum in the country for two consecutive years, 2013 and 2014, with the footfall count touching 2.2 million and 2.47 million, respectively. Apart from the paintings and objects, another attraction of this place is the Rijksmuseum Research Library, which is a part of this museum. It is declared as the best as well as the largest art history research library in the country. The library has a huge collection of over 400,000 volumes. After the renovation, it was reconstructed as a classical reading room. The visitors are provided with access to an expanded collection of journals and books hosted by this library.