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Museums in and around Amsterdam

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Museums in and around Amsterdam

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The Rijksmuseum (National Museum) was founded in The Hague on 19 november 1798 and moved to Amsterdam in 1808, where it was first located in the Royal Palace on Dam Square and later in the Trippenhuis. The current main building was designed by Pierre Cuypers and first opened in 1885. Pierre Cuypers also designed Amsterdam Central Station. On 13 April 2013, after a ten-year renovation which cost € 375 million, the main building was reopened by  our former Queen Beatrix in 2013 and 2014, it was the most visited museum in the Netherlands with record numbers of 2.2 million and 2.47 million visitors. It is also the largest art museum in the country. The museum has on display 8,000 objects of art and history from their total collection of 1 million objects from the years 1200–2000, among which are some masterpieces by Remrandt (The famous Nightwatch), Frans Hals and Johannes Vermeer (The girl with the pearl earring). The museum also has a small Asian collection, which is on display in the Asian pavilion.   Rijksmuseum Museumstraat 1 1071 XX Amsterdam   Open: Daily 9. a.m. - 5 p.m.
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Rijksmuseum
1 Museumstraat
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The Rijksmuseum (National Museum) was founded in The Hague on 19 november 1798 and moved to Amsterdam in 1808, where it was first located in the Royal Palace on Dam Square and later in the Trippenhuis. The current main building was designed by Pierre Cuypers and first opened in 1885. Pierre Cuypers also designed Amsterdam Central Station. On 13 April 2013, after a ten-year renovation which cost € 375 million, the main building was reopened by  our former Queen Beatrix in 2013 and 2014, it was the most visited museum in the Netherlands with record numbers of 2.2 million and 2.47 million visitors. It is also the largest art museum in the country. The museum has on display 8,000 objects of art and history from their total collection of 1 million objects from the years 1200–2000, among which are some masterpieces by Remrandt (The famous Nightwatch), Frans Hals and Johannes Vermeer (The girl with the pearl earring). The museum also has a small Asian collection, which is on display in the Asian pavilion.   Rijksmuseum Museumstraat 1 1071 XX Amsterdam   Open: Daily 9. a.m. - 5 p.m.
The van Gogh Museum contains the largest collection of Vincent van Gogh's paintings and drawings in the world. In 2017, the museum had 2.3 million visitors, and was the most visited museum in the Netherlands and the 23rd most visited art museum in the world. In 2019, the Van Gogh Museum launched the Meet Vincent Van Gogh Experience, a technology-driven "immersive exhibition" on Van Gogh's life and works, which has toured globally.   Van Gogh Museum Museumplein 6 1071 DJ Amsterdam   Open: Saterday -Thursday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday - 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
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Van Gogh Múzeum
6 Museumplein
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The van Gogh Museum contains the largest collection of Vincent van Gogh's paintings and drawings in the world. In 2017, the museum had 2.3 million visitors, and was the most visited museum in the Netherlands and the 23rd most visited art museum in the world. In 2019, the Van Gogh Museum launched the Meet Vincent Van Gogh Experience, a technology-driven "immersive exhibition" on Van Gogh's life and works, which has toured globally.   Van Gogh Museum Museumplein 6 1071 DJ Amsterdam   Open: Saterday -Thursday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday - 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
The Moco Museum (Modern Contemporary Museum Amsterdam) is my favorite museum. The old townhouse features Banksy art and every six months there is a different co- exhibition like Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, Keith Haring, Damian Hurst etc. The museum was founded with the mission of attracting broader and younger audiences, and of making art accessible to the public. Moco Museum is situated on Museumplein, in the historic Villa Alsberg, a townhouse designed in 1904 by Eduard Cuypers the nephew of Pierre Cuypers, designer of Amsterdam Central Station and the Rijksmuseum. The townhouse was one of the first privately-owned residencies on Museumplein and remained so until 1939.   Moco Museum Honthorststraat 20, 1071 DR Amsterdam   Open: Saturday - Thursday 9 a.m . - 5 p.m. Friday - 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Moco Museum
20 Honthorststraat
The Moco Museum (Modern Contemporary Museum Amsterdam) is my favorite museum. The old townhouse features Banksy art and every six months there is a different co- exhibition like Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, Keith Haring, Damian Hurst etc. The museum was founded with the mission of attracting broader and younger audiences, and of making art accessible to the public. Moco Museum is situated on Museumplein, in the historic Villa Alsberg, a townhouse designed in 1904 by Eduard Cuypers the nephew of Pierre Cuypers, designer of Amsterdam Central Station and the Rijksmuseum. The townhouse was one of the first privately-owned residencies on Museumplein and remained so until 1939.   Moco Museum Honthorststraat 20, 1071 DR Amsterdam   Open: Saturday - Thursday 9 a.m . - 5 p.m. Friday - 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder is a shelter church and means literally Our Dear Lord in the Attic. It's a 17th-century canal-house, house church and museum in the city center of Amsterdam. The Catholic Church was built on the top three floors of the canal house during the 1660s. It is an important example of a "schuilkerk", or "clandestine church" in which Catholics and other religious dissenters from the seventeenth century Dutch Reformed Church, unable to worship in public, held services. The church has been open  as a museum since 28 April 1888 and has 85,000 visitors per year.   Ons Lieve Heer op Solder Oudezijds Voorburgwal 38, 1012 GD Amsterdam   Open: Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sunday - 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.
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Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder
38 Oudezijds Voorburgwal
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Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder is a shelter church and means literally Our Dear Lord in the Attic. It's a 17th-century canal-house, house church and museum in the city center of Amsterdam. The Catholic Church was built on the top three floors of the canal house during the 1660s. It is an important example of a "schuilkerk", or "clandestine church" in which Catholics and other religious dissenters from the seventeenth century Dutch Reformed Church, unable to worship in public, held services. The church has been open  as a museum since 28 April 1888 and has 85,000 visitors per year.   Ons Lieve Heer op Solder Oudezijds Voorburgwal 38, 1012 GD Amsterdam   Open: Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sunday - 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.
The Anne Frank House (Dutch: Anne Frank Huis) is a writer's house and biographical museum dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank. The building is located on a canal called the Prinsengracht, close to the Westerkerk, in central Amsterdam in the Netherlands.   During World War II, Anne Frank hid from Nazi persecution with her family and four other people in hidden rooms at the rear of the 17th-century canal house, known as the Secret Annex (Dutch: Achterhuis). She did not survive the war but her wartime diary was published in 1947. Ten years later the Anne Frank Foundation was established to protect the property from developers who wanted to demolish the block.   The museum opened on 3 May 1960. It preserves the hiding place, has a permanent exhibition on the life and times of Anne Frank, and has an exhibition space about all forms of persecution and discrimination. In 2013 and 2014, the museum had 1.2 million visitors and was the 3rd most visited museum in the Netherlands, after the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum.   Canal house   The canal-side façade of the former Opekta building on Prinsengracht canal in 2008. The Secret Annex (Achterhuis) is at the rear in an enclosed courtyard. The house – and the one next door at number 265, which was later purchased by the museum – was built by Dirk van Delft in 1635. The canal-side façade dates from a renovation of 1740, when the rear annex was demolished. It was originally a private residence, then a warehouse, and in the nineteenth century, the front warehouse with its wide stable-like doors was used to house horses. At the start of the 20th century, a manufacturer of household appliances occupied the building, succeeded in 1930 by a producer of piano rolls, who vacated the property by 1939.   World War II On 1 December 1940, Anne's father, Otto Frank, moved the offices of the spice and gelling companies he worked for, Opekta and Pectacon, from an address on Singel canal to Prinsengracht 263.   The ground floor consisted of three sections; the front was the goods and dispatch entrance, behind it in the middle section were the spice mills, and at the rear, which was the ground floor of the annex, was the warehouse where the goods were packed for distribution. Directly above the ground floor were the offices of Frank's employees, with Miep Gies, Bep Voskuijl (known in Anne Frank's diary as Elli) and Johannes Kleiman occupying the front office while Victor Kugler worked in the middle office. The rear office held a large radio that the people in hiding used until 1943, after which the radio was handed in by the employees when the Nazis began confiscating Dutch radios.   The Achterhuis (Dutch for "back house") or Secret Annex – as it was called in The Diary of a Young Girl, an English translation of the diary – is the rear extension of the building. It was concealed from view by houses on all four sides of a quadrangle. Its secluded position made it an ideal hiding place for Otto Frank, his wife Edith, two daughters (of whom Anne was the younger), and four other Jews seeking refuge from Nazi persecution. Though the total amount of floor space in the inhabited rooms came to only about 450 square feet (42 m2), Anne Frank wrote in her diary that it was relatively luxurious compared to other hiding places they had heard about. They remained hidden here for two years and one month until they were raided by the Nazi authorities, arrested, and deported to their deaths in concentration camps. Of the hidden group, only Otto Frank survived the concentration death camps.   After those in hiding were arrested, the hiding place was cleared by order of the arresting officers and all the remaining contents (clothes, furniture, and personal belongings) of the Frank family and their friends were seized and distributed to bombed-out families in Germany. Before the building was cleared, Miep Gies and Bep Voskuijl, who had helped hide the families, returned to the hiding place against the orders of the Dutch police and rescued some personal effects. Amongst the items they retrieved were books and papers that would eventually be compiled into The Diary of Anne Frank.   Publication of the diary After Otto Frank returned to Amsterdam, he was given Anne's diaries and papers and subsequently compiled selections into a book published in Dutch in 1947 under the title Het Achterhuis, which Anne had chosen as the name of a future memoir or novel based on her experiences in hiding. Achterhuis is a Dutch architectural term referring to a back-house (used comparatively with voorhuis meaning front-house). However, when the English translation began production, it was realised that many English-speaking readers might not be familiar with the term and it was decided that a more evocative term (the 'Secret Annexe') would better convey the building's hidden position. Otto Frank's contributions to the diary were such that he is recognized as a co-author.   Always order your ticket online. They are sold out at least one month ahead
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Anne Frank Huis
263 Prinsengracht
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The Anne Frank House (Dutch: Anne Frank Huis) is a writer's house and biographical museum dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank. The building is located on a canal called the Prinsengracht, close to the Westerkerk, in central Amsterdam in the Netherlands.   During World War II, Anne Frank hid from Nazi persecution with her family and four other people in hidden rooms at the rear of the 17th-century canal house, known as the Secret Annex (Dutch: Achterhuis). She did not survive the war but her wartime diary was published in 1947. Ten years later the Anne Frank Foundation was established to protect the property from developers who wanted to demolish the block.   The museum opened on 3 May 1960. It preserves the hiding place, has a permanent exhibition on the life and times of Anne Frank, and has an exhibition space about all forms of persecution and discrimination. In 2013 and 2014, the museum had 1.2 million visitors and was the 3rd most visited museum in the Netherlands, after the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum.   Canal house   The canal-side façade of the former Opekta building on Prinsengracht canal in 2008. The Secret Annex (Achterhuis) is at the rear in an enclosed courtyard. The house – and the one next door at number 265, which was later purchased by the museum – was built by Dirk van Delft in 1635. The canal-side façade dates from a renovation of 1740, when the rear annex was demolished. It was originally a private residence, then a warehouse, and in the nineteenth century, the front warehouse with its wide stable-like doors was used to house horses. At the start of the 20th century, a manufacturer of household appliances occupied the building, succeeded in 1930 by a producer of piano rolls, who vacated the property by 1939.   World War II On 1 December 1940, Anne's father, Otto Frank, moved the offices of the spice and gelling companies he worked for, Opekta and Pectacon, from an address on Singel canal to Prinsengracht 263.   The ground floor consisted of three sections; the front was the goods and dispatch entrance, behind it in the middle section were the spice mills, and at the rear, which was the ground floor of the annex, was the warehouse where the goods were packed for distribution. Directly above the ground floor were the offices of Frank's employees, with Miep Gies, Bep Voskuijl (known in Anne Frank's diary as Elli) and Johannes Kleiman occupying the front office while Victor Kugler worked in the middle office. The rear office held a large radio that the people in hiding used until 1943, after which the radio was handed in by the employees when the Nazis began confiscating Dutch radios.   The Achterhuis (Dutch for "back house") or Secret Annex – as it was called in The Diary of a Young Girl, an English translation of the diary – is the rear extension of the building. It was concealed from view by houses on all four sides of a quadrangle. Its secluded position made it an ideal hiding place for Otto Frank, his wife Edith, two daughters (of whom Anne was the younger), and four other Jews seeking refuge from Nazi persecution. Though the total amount of floor space in the inhabited rooms came to only about 450 square feet (42 m2), Anne Frank wrote in her diary that it was relatively luxurious compared to other hiding places they had heard about. They remained hidden here for two years and one month until they were raided by the Nazi authorities, arrested, and deported to their deaths in concentration camps. Of the hidden group, only Otto Frank survived the concentration death camps.   After those in hiding were arrested, the hiding place was cleared by order of the arresting officers and all the remaining contents (clothes, furniture, and personal belongings) of the Frank family and their friends were seized and distributed to bombed-out families in Germany. Before the building was cleared, Miep Gies and Bep Voskuijl, who had helped hide the families, returned to the hiding place against the orders of the Dutch police and rescued some personal effects. Amongst the items they retrieved were books and papers that would eventually be compiled into The Diary of Anne Frank.   Publication of the diary After Otto Frank returned to Amsterdam, he was given Anne's diaries and papers and subsequently compiled selections into a book published in Dutch in 1947 under the title Het Achterhuis, which Anne had chosen as the name of a future memoir or novel based on her experiences in hiding. Achterhuis is a Dutch architectural term referring to a back-house (used comparatively with voorhuis meaning front-house). However, when the English translation began production, it was realised that many English-speaking readers might not be familiar with the term and it was decided that a more evocative term (the 'Secret Annexe') would better convey the building's hidden position. Otto Frank's contributions to the diary were such that he is recognized as a co-author.   Always order your ticket online. They are sold out at least one month ahead
Red Light Secrets or the Museum of Prostitution. The world’s first prostitution museum. An intriguing A-cup museum that takes you inside a world that most of us have only dreamed of. Visit a brothel in its original state in one of the oldest monuments of Amsterdam. A famous brothel where the infamous prostitute, Chinese Annie, was murdered. A crime that remains unsolved to this day.  Visit the rooms, read the personal stories of Prostitutes, and learn all about the secrets of the world’s oldest profession.   DISCOVER THE SECRETS OF AN AMSTERDAM PROSTITUTE DURING AN EXCITING AND CANDID JOURNEY AMSTERDAM’S MUST SEE ATTRACTION! Step into an intriguing world that remains hidden for most and discover the secrets of the Red Light District, one of the world’s most unique and infamous neighborhoods. Take a look behind the scenes of the oldest profession and experience what it feels like to sit behind one of the famous windows. Discover the secrets of the prostitutes, visit the rooms they work in and read the hidden erotic confessions of other visitors. You will enjoy a “full experience” visit, including 12 explicit audio stories by Inga, Amsterdam’s most famous prostitute.   Included in your entry ticket is a small book about the history of the Red light District and Inga’s Secret Audio Tour. Throughout your visit you can listen to the personal audio stories of Inga, Amsterdam’s most famous lady of the night. She has been a prostitute for more than 15 years and has been working in the Red Light District for a long time. So, she knows it all. Some of Inga’s stories are quite shocking… prostitution is not an easy job.   Red Light Secrets Oudezijds Achterburgwal 60h, 1012 DP Amsterdam   Open daily  10 a.m. - 12 a.m.
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Red Light Secrets
60h Oudezijds Achterburgwal
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Red Light Secrets or the Museum of Prostitution. The world’s first prostitution museum. An intriguing A-cup museum that takes you inside a world that most of us have only dreamed of. Visit a brothel in its original state in one of the oldest monuments of Amsterdam. A famous brothel where the infamous prostitute, Chinese Annie, was murdered. A crime that remains unsolved to this day.  Visit the rooms, read the personal stories of Prostitutes, and learn all about the secrets of the world’s oldest profession.   DISCOVER THE SECRETS OF AN AMSTERDAM PROSTITUTE DURING AN EXCITING AND CANDID JOURNEY AMSTERDAM’S MUST SEE ATTRACTION! Step into an intriguing world that remains hidden for most and discover the secrets of the Red Light District, one of the world’s most unique and infamous neighborhoods. Take a look behind the scenes of the oldest profession and experience what it feels like to sit behind one of the famous windows. Discover the secrets of the prostitutes, visit the rooms they work in and read the hidden erotic confessions of other visitors. You will enjoy a “full experience” visit, including 12 explicit audio stories by Inga, Amsterdam’s most famous prostitute.   Included in your entry ticket is a small book about the history of the Red light District and Inga’s Secret Audio Tour. Throughout your visit you can listen to the personal audio stories of Inga, Amsterdam’s most famous lady of the night. She has been a prostitute for more than 15 years and has been working in the Red Light District for a long time. So, she knows it all. Some of Inga’s stories are quite shocking… prostitution is not an easy job.   Red Light Secrets Oudezijds Achterburgwal 60h, 1012 DP Amsterdam   Open daily  10 a.m. - 12 a.m.
Hermitage Amsterdam is a branch museum of the Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg, Russia, located on the banks of the Amstel river in Amsterdam. The museum is located in the former Amstelhof, a classicalstyle building from 1681. The dependency displayed small exhibitions in the adjacent Neerlandia Building from 24 February 2004 until the main museum opened on 19 June 2009. out of proportions.   The structure opened in 1682 as a retirement home for elderly women under the name Diaconie Oude Vrouwen Huys (English: Deanery Home for Old Women) on the east bank of the river Amstel. Beginning in 1817, the facility housed both elderly men and women, and was renamed Diaconie Oude Vrouwen- en Mannenhuis (English: Deanery Home for Old Men and Women). The building was first named Amstelhof (English: Amstel Court) in 1953. In the 1990s, operators of the facility determined that it was inadequate to meet the modern needs of its residents and sought to build a new structure elsewhere. They offered the historic structure to the city of Amsterdam, who, in turn, leased it to the museum. The last inhabitants left the Amstelhof in 2007. On 20 June 2009, the museum was opened by former Dutch Queen Beatrix and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. The museum was open to the public the following day. During the more than 300 years that residents were housed in the Amstelhof, several renovations took place on the building interior and wings were added to provide needed space. Thus, little of the original interior remained when work for the museum began. While some areas were restored to their original appearance, many existing walls were removed and spaces reconfigured to accommodate the museum's needs. The total cost of the renovations was €40 million.   Hermitage Amstel 51, 1018 EJ Amsterdam   Open: Daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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Hermitage Amsterdam
51 Amstel
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Hermitage Amsterdam is a branch museum of the Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg, Russia, located on the banks of the Amstel river in Amsterdam. The museum is located in the former Amstelhof, a classicalstyle building from 1681. The dependency displayed small exhibitions in the adjacent Neerlandia Building from 24 February 2004 until the main museum opened on 19 June 2009. out of proportions.   The structure opened in 1682 as a retirement home for elderly women under the name Diaconie Oude Vrouwen Huys (English: Deanery Home for Old Women) on the east bank of the river Amstel. Beginning in 1817, the facility housed both elderly men and women, and was renamed Diaconie Oude Vrouwen- en Mannenhuis (English: Deanery Home for Old Men and Women). The building was first named Amstelhof (English: Amstel Court) in 1953. In the 1990s, operators of the facility determined that it was inadequate to meet the modern needs of its residents and sought to build a new structure elsewhere. They offered the historic structure to the city of Amsterdam, who, in turn, leased it to the museum. The last inhabitants left the Amstelhof in 2007. On 20 June 2009, the museum was opened by former Dutch Queen Beatrix and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. The museum was open to the public the following day. During the more than 300 years that residents were housed in the Amstelhof, several renovations took place on the building interior and wings were added to provide needed space. Thus, little of the original interior remained when work for the museum began. While some areas were restored to their original appearance, many existing walls were removed and spaces reconfigured to accommodate the museum's needs. The total cost of the renovations was €40 million.   Hermitage Amstel 51, 1018 EJ Amsterdam   Open: Daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Begijnhof is a small quiet mini village in the bussiest part of Amsterdam centre. It's built one meter lower than the rest of Amsterdam. Brief history of the Begijnhof: It is unclear when exactly, but the Beguinage was established somewhere in the 14th century to house the Begijnen. These women lived like nuns but were more independent and had more freedom. The Catholic faith was banned in the 16th century. The Begijnhof was the only Catholic institution that continued to exist because the houses were the private property of the women. They did have to give up the chapel. A new, so-called ‘hidden church’ was later built behind the facades of several residences. You can still visit it today. Free entrance.   Spui 1012 AB Amsterdam   Open: Daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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Begijnhof, Amsterdam
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Begijnhof is a small quiet mini village in the bussiest part of Amsterdam centre. It's built one meter lower than the rest of Amsterdam. Brief history of the Begijnhof: It is unclear when exactly, but the Beguinage was established somewhere in the 14th century to house the Begijnen. These women lived like nuns but were more independent and had more freedom. The Catholic faith was banned in the 16th century. The Begijnhof was the only Catholic institution that continued to exist because the houses were the private property of the women. They did have to give up the chapel. A new, so-called ‘hidden church’ was later built behind the facades of several residences. You can still visit it today. Free entrance.   Spui 1012 AB Amsterdam   Open: Daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The Stedelijk Museum or Museum of Modern Art Amsterdam (Municipal Museum) colloquially known as the Stedelijk and locals call it the bathtub, is a museum for modern art, contemporary art, and design located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The collection comprises modern and contemporary art and design from the early 20th century up to the 21st century. It features artists like Vincent van Gogh, Wassily Kandinsky, Marc Chagall, Henri Matisse, Jackson Pollock, Karel Appel, Andy Warhol etc.   Stedelijk Museum Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam   Open: Saturday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Friday - 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.
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Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
10 Museumplein
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The Stedelijk Museum or Museum of Modern Art Amsterdam (Municipal Museum) colloquially known as the Stedelijk and locals call it the bathtub, is a museum for modern art, contemporary art, and design located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The collection comprises modern and contemporary art and design from the early 20th century up to the 21st century. It features artists like Vincent van Gogh, Wassily Kandinsky, Marc Chagall, Henri Matisse, Jackson Pollock, Karel Appel, Andy Warhol etc.   Stedelijk Museum Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam   Open: Saturday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Friday - 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Amsterdam Museum  Amsterdam: a world city? Yes, but also small, quaint and strong-minded. Home to Johan Cruijff, Rembrandt, Ajax, the Red Light District, the Dutch East India Company and marijuana. The capital of the Netherlands. A 1000-year-old trading city that has a special relationship with water and a strong focus on entrepreneurship, creativity, citizenship and free-thinking. In the monumental Amsterdam Museum building you will discover the story of Amsterdam through a large number of masterpieces, such as an aerial map from the Middle Ages and Breitner's The Dam. See, read about, hear and experience how the city has developed in the Amsterdam Museum.   Amsterdam DNA  The Amsterdam DNA presentation offers a captivating, one-hour overview of the history of Amsterdam on the basis of interactive images, sounds, movement and specially selected objects.   For the children  The Little Orphanage is an attraction for children from the age of 4 to 12 This interactive presentation allows children and their parents to learn all about life in a 17th century orphanage   Since 1975 the Amsterdam Museum has been located in a spectacular building on the Kalverstraat, where in the Middle Ages Saint Lucien's Monastery was situated and in 1578 the City Orphanage (Burgerweeshuis) was established. The orphanage was home to thousands of children between 1580 and 1960, many of whom had lost their parents to the plague. The children also received an education here: the older boys attended school elsewhere in the city, while the girls received instruction within the orphanage and were trained in domestic skills. In memory of the time of the orphanage, the Regents' Room (Regentenkamer) and orphans' cupboards in the inner courtyard have been left intact and The Small Orphanage (Het Kleine Weeshuis), a family presentation where you can find out all about the world of Amsterdam's orphans, was established. The boys’ and girls' inner courtyards, where boys and girls played separately, also originate from that time.   Amsterdam Museum Kalverstraat 92, 1012 PH Amsterdam   Open: Daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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Amsterdam Museum
92 Kalverstraat
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Amsterdam Museum  Amsterdam: a world city? Yes, but also small, quaint and strong-minded. Home to Johan Cruijff, Rembrandt, Ajax, the Red Light District, the Dutch East India Company and marijuana. The capital of the Netherlands. A 1000-year-old trading city that has a special relationship with water and a strong focus on entrepreneurship, creativity, citizenship and free-thinking. In the monumental Amsterdam Museum building you will discover the story of Amsterdam through a large number of masterpieces, such as an aerial map from the Middle Ages and Breitner's The Dam. See, read about, hear and experience how the city has developed in the Amsterdam Museum.   Amsterdam DNA  The Amsterdam DNA presentation offers a captivating, one-hour overview of the history of Amsterdam on the basis of interactive images, sounds, movement and specially selected objects.   For the children  The Little Orphanage is an attraction for children from the age of 4 to 12 This interactive presentation allows children and their parents to learn all about life in a 17th century orphanage   Since 1975 the Amsterdam Museum has been located in a spectacular building on the Kalverstraat, where in the Middle Ages Saint Lucien's Monastery was situated and in 1578 the City Orphanage (Burgerweeshuis) was established. The orphanage was home to thousands of children between 1580 and 1960, many of whom had lost their parents to the plague. The children also received an education here: the older boys attended school elsewhere in the city, while the girls received instruction within the orphanage and were trained in domestic skills. In memory of the time of the orphanage, the Regents' Room (Regentenkamer) and orphans' cupboards in the inner courtyard have been left intact and The Small Orphanage (Het Kleine Weeshuis), a family presentation where you can find out all about the world of Amsterdam's orphans, was established. The boys’ and girls' inner courtyards, where boys and girls played separately, also originate from that time.   Amsterdam Museum Kalverstraat 92, 1012 PH Amsterdam   Open: Daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The Rembrandt House Museum is a historic house and art museum in Amsterdam. Painter Rembrandt (Nightwatch) lived and worked in the house between 1639 and 1656. The 17th-century interior has been reconstructed. The collection contains Rembrandt's etchings and paintings of his contemporaries.
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Rembrandt House Museum
4 Jodenbreestraat
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The Rembrandt House Museum is a historic house and art museum in Amsterdam. Painter Rembrandt (Nightwatch) lived and worked in the house between 1639 and 1656. The 17th-century interior has been reconstructed. The collection contains Rembrandt's etchings and paintings of his contemporaries.
Heineken Experience (Former Heineken Brewery). Housed inside Heineken’s historic brewery in the centre of Amsterdam, this interactive museum will take you on an exciting, behind-the-scenes journey through the wild world of one of Europe’s most popular beers.   The ultimate Amsterdam beer Amsterdam has aways been a city of beer lovers. It is home to a variety of breweries and places for beer tasting, but Heineken is still the biggest name and one of the most traditional Amsterdam beers. After Heineken constructed a larger and more modern brewery on the outskirts of Amsterdam, they converted their former home into a museum that opened in 1991. Now dubbed the Heineken Experience, it offers four floors of multimedia exhibits, historical brewing artefacts and a tasting bar. There’s also 'Brew Your Ride', a 4D adventure that allows visitors to discover what it’s like to be a bottle of Heineken.   Heineken Experience Stadhouderskade 78 1072 AE Amsterdam   Open: Monday - Thursday: 10.30 a.m until 7:30 p.m. Friday - Sunday: 10.30 a.m. until 9 p.m.
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Heineken Experience
78 Stadhouderskade
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Heineken Experience (Former Heineken Brewery). Housed inside Heineken’s historic brewery in the centre of Amsterdam, this interactive museum will take you on an exciting, behind-the-scenes journey through the wild world of one of Europe’s most popular beers.   The ultimate Amsterdam beer Amsterdam has aways been a city of beer lovers. It is home to a variety of breweries and places for beer tasting, but Heineken is still the biggest name and one of the most traditional Amsterdam beers. After Heineken constructed a larger and more modern brewery on the outskirts of Amsterdam, they converted their former home into a museum that opened in 1991. Now dubbed the Heineken Experience, it offers four floors of multimedia exhibits, historical brewing artefacts and a tasting bar. There’s also 'Brew Your Ride', a 4D adventure that allows visitors to discover what it’s like to be a bottle of Heineken.   Heineken Experience Stadhouderskade 78 1072 AE Amsterdam   Open: Monday - Thursday: 10.30 a.m until 7:30 p.m. Friday - Sunday: 10.30 a.m. until 9 p.m.
At Youseum you're the artwork that makes Youseum different: There are 25 experiential elements, 15 rooms, dozens of artists but only 1 you! Experience the exciting pop- up art and unlimited photo opportunities. The world is sprinkled with picture-perfect backdrops awash in pastels. Make your perfect Insta picture at Youseum. They’re dreamy. They’re perfect. Or are they? Youseum asks what happens after you snap that selfie. Is it art? Does it have an impact? Does it matter? Youseum is uninhibited. It’s kaleidoscopic. It’s a little cheeky. It’s a lot of fun. It’s all about what you make of it. And hey, it’s you—so it’s gonna be fantastic :)   Yoiseum Weesperzijde 150, 1097 DS Amsterdam  Open: Tuesday - Friday 12 p.m. - 8 p.m. Saturday- 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday - Monday - 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Youseum
150 Weesperzijde
At Youseum you're the artwork that makes Youseum different: There are 25 experiential elements, 15 rooms, dozens of artists but only 1 you! Experience the exciting pop- up art and unlimited photo opportunities. The world is sprinkled with picture-perfect backdrops awash in pastels. Make your perfect Insta picture at Youseum. They’re dreamy. They’re perfect. Or are they? Youseum asks what happens after you snap that selfie. Is it art? Does it have an impact? Does it matter? Youseum is uninhibited. It’s kaleidoscopic. It’s a little cheeky. It’s a lot of fun. It’s all about what you make of it. And hey, it’s you—so it’s gonna be fantastic :)   Yoiseum Weesperzijde 150, 1097 DS Amsterdam  Open: Tuesday - Friday 12 p.m. - 8 p.m. Saturday- 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday - Monday - 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The Museum of Bags and Purses (Dutch: Tassenmuseum Amsterdam), is a museum devoted to the history of bags, purses, and their related accessories. Located in Amsterdams's historic central canal belt, the museum's collection includes over 5,000 items dating back to the sixteenth-century
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Museum of Bags and Purses
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The Museum of Bags and Purses (Dutch: Tassenmuseum Amsterdam), is a museum devoted to the history of bags, purses, and their related accessories. Located in Amsterdams's historic central canal belt, the museum's collection includes over 5,000 items dating back to the sixteenth-century
NEMO Science Museum (from latin Nobody) is a science centre in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is located in the Oosterdokseiland neighbourhood in the Amsterdam-Centrum borough, situated between the Oosterdokseiland and the Kattenburg. The museum has its origins in 1923, and is housed in a building designed by Renzo Piano since 1997. It contains five floors of hands-on science exhibitions and is the largest science center in the Netherlands. It attracts around 670,000 visitors annually, which makes it the eight most visited museums in the Netherlands
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NEMO Science Museum
2 Oosterdok
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NEMO Science Museum (from latin Nobody) is a science centre in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is located in the Oosterdokseiland neighbourhood in the Amsterdam-Centrum borough, situated between the Oosterdokseiland and the Kattenburg. The museum has its origins in 1923, and is housed in a building designed by Renzo Piano since 1997. It contains five floors of hands-on science exhibitions and is the largest science center in the Netherlands. It attracts around 670,000 visitors annually, which makes it the eight most visited museums in the Netherlands
Body Worlds is a traveling exhibition of human bodies and body parts preserved through the use of a technique called plastination . This makes it possible to reveal the internal anatomical structures of a body. It was invented in 1977 by Gunther von Hagens , a German anatomist
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Body Worlds
66 Damrak
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Body Worlds is a traveling exhibition of human bodies and body parts preserved through the use of a technique called plastination . This makes it possible to reveal the internal anatomical structures of a body. It was invented in 1977 by Gunther von Hagens , a German anatomist
The only place in Amsterdam where you’ll find a genuine human shrunken heads, a megladon jaw, and so much more! Discover bizarre stories of rare artifacts Play around with optical illusions and interactive mind games. Whirl through a Space Tunnel Mount the 7-meter tall Robot made entirely out of car parts Sit in a gigantic wooden clog See Dam Square from a bird’s-eye view Enjoy Dutch and American specialties in the attic-style designer lounge
Ripley's Believe It or Not
21 Dam
The only place in Amsterdam where you’ll find a genuine human shrunken heads, a megladon jaw, and so much more! Discover bizarre stories of rare artifacts Play around with optical illusions and interactive mind games. Whirl through a Space Tunnel Mount the 7-meter tall Robot made entirely out of car parts Sit in a gigantic wooden clog See Dam Square from a bird’s-eye view Enjoy Dutch and American specialties in the attic-style designer lounge
tickets plan your visit what's on research and collection about us vnhsm contact taal main navigation A world-class museum be amazed by our highlights The collection of The National Maritime Museum is one of the largest and most notable maritime collections in the world with approximately 400,000 objects, including paintings, models of ships, navigation instruments, and maps of the world. Discover 500 years of Dutch Maritime history as well as its strong links to today’s society and the society of the future.
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Het Scheepvaartmuseum
1 Kattenburgerplein
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tickets plan your visit what's on research and collection about us vnhsm contact taal main navigation A world-class museum be amazed by our highlights The collection of The National Maritime Museum is one of the largest and most notable maritime collections in the world with approximately 400,000 objects, including paintings, models of ships, navigation instruments, and maps of the world. Discover 500 years of Dutch Maritime history as well as its strong links to today’s society and the society of the future.
Keukenhof.nl Enjoy the beautiful flowerfields of de Keukenhof. Open in 2020 from March 21 to May 10th. Don't forget to buy your tickets online.
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Keukenhof
166A Stationsweg
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Keukenhof.nl Enjoy the beautiful flowerfields of de Keukenhof. Open in 2020 from March 21 to May 10th. Don't forget to buy your tickets online.
Volendam is a cute fishermens village about 30 minutes by bus 316 from Amsterdam Central Station. In Volendam you can eat the best fresh fish and have your picture taken in a traditional Dutch costume with clogs in an authentic background. The village has a windmill and you can take the ferry to Marken.
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Volendam
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Volendam is a cute fishermens village about 30 minutes by bus 316 from Amsterdam Central Station. In Volendam you can eat the best fresh fish and have your picture taken in a traditional Dutch costume with clogs in an authentic background. The village has a windmill and you can take the ferry to Marken.
Marken is a village in the the municipality of waterland near Volendam.Their wooden houses are really authentic and caracteristic. Marken was formerly located on an island in the Zuiderzee. You can combine a visit to Volendam and take the ferry from there.
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Marken
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Marken is a village in the the municipality of waterland near Volendam.Their wooden houses are really authentic and caracteristic. Marken was formerly located on an island in the Zuiderzee. You can combine a visit to Volendam and take the ferry from there.
Discover the hero roles of our Zaanse windmills. Without these ‘Dutch heroes’ the Netherlands would not have had a Golden Age and VOC at all. Also curious about the true story? Sail with this unique journey and get amazed by our Zaanse World Heritage. Get to know the secrets of the mills
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Zaanse Schans
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Discover the hero roles of our Zaanse windmills. Without these ‘Dutch heroes’ the Netherlands would not have had a Golden Age and VOC at all. Also curious about the true story? Sail with this unique journey and get amazed by our Zaanse World Heritage. Get to know the secrets of the mills
Utrecht is the fourth largest city of the Netherlands and only 20 minutes by train from Amsterdam Central. Utrecht ancient city center is fabulous. Visit the Dom Tower (Domtoren) the tallest gothic churchtower of this beautiful cathedral. Built between 1321 - 1382. (112.5 metres/ 368 feet).
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Utrecht
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Utrecht is the fourth largest city of the Netherlands and only 20 minutes by train from Amsterdam Central. Utrecht ancient city center is fabulous. Visit the Dom Tower (Domtoren) the tallest gothic churchtower of this beautiful cathedral. Built between 1321 - 1382. (112.5 metres/ 368 feet).