Thursday seems like way too much to me particularly if you are coming off jet lag. I spent a few hours at the Rijksmuseum yesterday and returned today to see more things. I was fatigued after 3.5 hours of doing the “museum shuffle”. Step,step, look. Step, step, look.
There is a special exhibit called All the Rembrandts that LITERALLY includes all the Rembrandts the Rijksmuseum owns except The Night Watch which is still hanging in it’s special gallery. While it is free to enter you need a timed ticket for this which you get on the website when you purchase your regular entrance admission. Get this now. I think I’m the only one on my RS Belgium and Holland tour that got in to see it as it is totally booked. I booked about 6 weeks ago.
I’d go ahead and download the Rijksmuseum free app, it’s excellent. Make sure you have your earbuds with you. It also will locate you on the museum map which is really handy if you get turned around!
I’m not an expert on the Museumkaart but you’ve only got 2 museums and no time for any more. You’ll have to see if it pays.
When I went to the Rijks yesterday with my RS tour group, admission was covered. For today I just bought online, had the ticket on my phone and zip, zip, in I went. The ticket lines today and yesterday were huge. Not sure why those folks didn’t use the museum free wifi and purchase online!!
After doing the Rijks you’ll need to save some energy for stair climbing at the Anne Frank house so I’d not try to do 2 walking tours in between unless you are stitching together a route from Rijks to Anne Frank House. I’m not sure you’ll have energy left for the Red Light District tour. That topic is not one that I agree with Rick on but you decide for yourself what you want to do.
I’d actually suggest you cut one of your day trips unless they are “must do items” for you. There is a ton to see in Amsterdam.