Curious about nice Instagram museums in Rotterdam? Thanks to the special art, changing exhibitions and impressive architecture, you can take the best Instagram photos at these museums!
Remastered in Rotterdam is all about interaction. Here you are part of the work of art! With more than 1,000 m2, 60 state-of-the-art projectors, 245 million pixels, 50 speakers, 15 km of cable and the largest indoor LED screen in Europe, Remastered is a digital wonder.
All your senses are stimulated in the different rooms. In the Playground you create digital 3D art yourself, thanks to a scanner that makes your drawing appear on the LED screen. In the Underworld you interact with thousands of fish. They also call it diving without diving equipment. Would you rather have your head in the clouds? Then walk on to the Overworld, where you can see flocks of birds floating by and 'sailing' through the air.
Visit this Instagrammable museum under the Erasmus Bridge. A new world in which you are taken into wonderful, colourful environments.
It's not really a museum, but it's definitely worth it if you like to take some cool Instagram shots. This eye-catcher is a photogenic example of architecture, both inside and out.
The Depot is not to be missed in the famous Museumpark. This forty-meter-high reflective egg shows off on the square and asks for a photo. Once inside you can browse among 151,000 art objects. But for the most beautiful photos, the interior is your best friend. Don't forget to go to the roof, where you will find a terrace in the shape of a forest with an amazing view of the city.
One of the most popular museums in Rotterdam is the Kunsthal. With no fewer than 25 exhibitions per year, there is always something new to discover here. Contemporary art, photography, fashion and design are all discussed. But where the Kunsthal perhaps excels most are the fantastic collaborations they organize. Together with the biggest names in the world, the Kunsthal brings the most special exhibitions to our city. Definitely worth a visit for some nice photos.