By far the largest museum in the Netherlands, housed in a monumental neo-renaissance building designed by PJH Cuypers. The Rijksmuseum (State Museum) draws over one million visitors a year, and ranks as a major European museum of Western European painting and decorative arts. More than 400 highlights from the Golden Age are on display, amongst which of course Rembrandt's Night Watch. Besides Rembrandts there are paintings by Frans Hals, Paulus Potter, Jacob van Ruysdael, Jan Steen, and Johannes Vermeer. Together these landscapes, seascapes, individual portraits, domestic scenes and Dutch still lifes give a good overview of Golden Age life in the Netherlands.