Amsterdam has a large number of museums, which are known worldwide. In addition to all the well-known museums, the city offers many more beautiful galleries, exhibitions and expositions. But there are so many more interesting museums, galleries and exhibitions that are worth a visit. View a list of various options here
Discover the Rijksmuseum, one of the most famous museums in the world. Whether you're an art connoisseur or just a day out or out with friends or family, there is something for everyone to see and do in the Rijksmuseum. Absolute highlights are Van Gogh's Self-Portrait, Vermeer's Little Street and Rembrandt's ultimate masterpiece: the Night Watch. And anyone who has been on holiday to Asia will probably recognize statues of Temple Guards or kimonos in the Asian Pavilion. (Photo: John Lewis Marshall)
Tours & Tickets
In our hotel you can quickly and easily book your favorite outing in Amsterdam. Through our partnership with Tours & Tickets we book the perfect canal cruise, museum tour or other fun activity in Amsterdam. We can even provide you with GVB tickets, so that you can travel quickly and easily through Amsterdam. More information is available at our reception
Van Gogh Museum
A spectacular collection of one of the world's most famous painters of all time: Vincent van Gogh. The collection contains more than two hundred paintings, five hundred drawings and seven hundred letters by Vincent van Gogh, as well as his collection of Japanese prints, and the library contains more than 23,000 titles. (Photo: Jan Kees Steenman)Check the website
Moco MuseumCheck the website
The Moco museum is a boutique museum in Amsterdam and has a wide range of modern and contemporary art that we exhibit to the general public. These artists especially excel in the irony they apply to contemporary society. Think of the artists: Banksy and Warhol. Moco offers inspiration and eye-openers. Moco appeals to a large audience through this fulfillment of needs. Visitors who come to the Moco museum will experience art that cannot be seen anywhere else.
Zaanse SchansCheck the website
The Zaanse Schans is a neighborhood in the Zaanstad with, among other things, monumental wooden buildings and mills. Over the years, several museums, craft shops and catering establishments have been added. In the craft shops you can buy textiles, cheeses, clogs, artisan foodstuffs, souvenirs, antiques and curios, wooden toys, dyes and oils. Also special is the Albert Heijn Museum Shop located here.
The Upside Down AmsterdamCheck the website
Everyone, young and old, finds their inspiration when they step out of their current reality and into a new fantasy world that we call The Upside Down Amsterdam. With the mind-blowing world you will be inspired to create, do things you have never dreamed of and have fun. You can communicate with our rooms and decors, you can touch everything and express yourself in the various rooms. The museum is also affiliated with Stichting Het Vergeten Kind