This museum is closed for renovations until 2026. Rotterdam’s leading art museum is one of Europe’s best and showcases the story of Western art from medieval times to the present. Running from Old Dutch Masters to contemporary glassware, the highlights of this wonderful collection of 140,000 works include Pieter Breughel’s peerless Old Testament offering "The Tower of Babel" (ca. 1553); scores of delicate drawings by Renaissance artist Fra Bartolommeo; Rembrandt’s winsome portrait of his son, entitled "Titus at his Desk"; and a collection of Gerrit Rietveld’s distinctive colored wooden furniture. The artwork is housed in a sleek red brick edifice by Adrianus Van der Steur and has now extended into further airy glass galleries; it is the premier attraction on Rotterdam’s Museumpark and is surrounded by tranquil sculpture parks, lawns, and fountains.