The Rijksmuseum is the museum of the Netherlands. The completely renovated Rijksmuseum tells the story of the Netherlands from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. Including works by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Frans Hals, and more! Most famous is Rembrandt's masterpiece the Night Watch. A new display of the collection, a renewed building, new public facilities, a revamped garden and a new Asian Pavilion. Open daily from 9 am to 5 pm.
Van Gogh Museum
Discover the world's largest collection of works by Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, featuring masterpieces such as Sunflowers, The Potato Eaters, Almond Blossom and The Bedroom. Book your tickets online. Please consult the museum website for current opening hours.
Anne Frank House
The Anne Frank House (Dutch: Anne Frank Huis) is a 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. As a visitor, you experience this story through a audio tour, quotes, photos, videos, and original items. The Anne Frank House can only be visited with an online ticket for a specific date and time.
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
The Stedelijk Museum is an international institution in Amsterdam dedicated to modern and contemporary art and design. The Museum aims to provide a home for art, artists and a broad range of publics, where artistic production is actively fostered, presented, protected, reconsidered and renewed
Madame Tussauds Amsterdam
Pose beside the wax figures of a bevy of international stars, world leaders, and Dutch household names like King Willem-Alexander and Johan Cruyff.
Go on a interactive journey at The Heineken Experience at Heineken's oldest brewery. The tour is mostly self-guided, with guides at certain key points. Here, you can learn about the history, gain insight into the brewing process, and customise your own Heineken bottle or glass at the souvenir shop. At the end of the tour, enjoy two Heinekens, and even get the chance to pour your own draught. – Tripadvisor
NEMO Science Museum
Expand your world at NEMO Science Museum. In the largest science museum of the Netherlands you will find proof that science and technology can be captivating for all ages. The remarkable building on top of the IJ-tunnel offers five floors of exciting hands-on activities. At NEMO you can experience the joy of science and technology, by blowing gigantic soap bubbles, watch an enormous chain reaction and experiment in a real laboratory. In a variety of exhibitions you can 'Take a journey through the mind' or learn that there is more than meets the eye when it comes to sustainable electricity and smart transportation at 'Smart Technology'. Enjoy a magnificent view over Amsterdam The creative mind behind NEMO, build in 1997, is Italian architect Renzo Piano. He had a clear vision for his design of the NEMO building, with its very own piazza 22 metres above water level. The spectacular roof terrace has a magnificent view over Amsterdam and the Eastern Docklands. You can access the roof terrace free of charge. The roof terrace and cafe in NEMO are the perfect places to sit back, relax and enjoy a drink.
The Tropenmuseum is a museum about people, housed in an impressive listed building overlooking Amsterdam's Oosterpark. The extensive permanent display and regularly changing exhibitions feature objects that all have a story to tell about humankind. Stories about universal human themes like mourning, celebration, ornamentation, prayer, conflict. From Africa to West and Southeast Asia, from New Guinea to Latin America: come to the Tropenmuseum and discover that, despite cultural differences, we are all essentially the same.
Sexmuseum Amsterdam Venustempel
Explore how sex has evolved throughout history at this museum with its extensive collection of explicit paintings, pictures, recordings, and artifacts. The exhibits detail over 100 years’ worth of sensual love from all the cultures of the world. Some pieces will make you laugh, while others are more thought-provoking. The museum, which opened in 1985, is the oldest of its kind still in operation. It’s located at the Damrak waterfront, one of the most vibrant areas in downtown Amsterdam. When you’re done touring the exhibits, grab a beer or a snack, or enjoy a canal cruise. – Tripadvisor
Moco Museum Amsterdam
Dedicated to modern art, contemporary art, and street art, this independent museum in Amsterdam's Museumplein is a favorite amongst the youth.
The Upside Down Amsterdam
Everyone, young and old, will find their inspiration when they step out of their current reality, into a new fantasy world that we call The Upside Down Amsterdam. With our mind bending world we want to inspire you to create, to do things you’ve never dreamt about and to have fun. You can interact with our rooms and decors, you can touch everything and you can go all out.
WONDR is an immersive pop-up experience that blends visual magic with boundless creativity. A confetti- sprinkled playground of color and sensation designed by some of Amsterdam's most creative minds. Our interactive exhibit is a place for people of all ages to connect with each other and explore: dance, sing, paint, swim, make new friends and have a great time.
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