There are several ways that the museum makes its exhibitions more engaging for young visitors, although the majority are aimed at children aged 6 and over. Family group tours are available during the summer vacation, and private family tours are available all year round as long as you book in advance. Both the private and group versions take an hour and can include up to 15 participants. Family text guides to the exhibits can be bought for 12.50 from the ticket desk, museum shop, or Multimedia Tour desk and are available in English, Dutch, German, and French. The picnic room is a family-friendly space where children can draw, relax, and have a snack away from the main galleries. It’s open from 11 am to 4 pm on weekends, and daily during school holidays. There’s also a Multimedia Family Game for 2-4 players available to rent from the Rijksmuseum. It takes about an hour to solve 8 art-related puzzles on your way around the gallery. In terms of practical tips for visiting with children, there is a private room where you can express milk or breastfeed, and there’s a changing area for infants near the restrooms. There is a special children’s menu in the café and there’s also space to eat your own food in either the Atrium or the Picnic Room. Strollers and pushchairs are allowed inside the museum, but back baby carriers must be left at the cloakroom where they can be stored free of charge. You can borrow a pushchair from the cloakroom, though numbers are limited.