Experience Amsterdam by walking along the canal belt and beautiful canal houses. Enjoy the rich cultural offer and the special history through various museums such as: the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, the Rembrandt House Museum, the Anne Frank House and the Hermitage Amsterdam.
A historical museum where there is always something new to discover. The Rijksmuseum looks at the art of the past from the perspective of today. This way you can always be sure of a special visit.
For 50 years, the Van Gogh Museum has been inspiring people with works of art by Vincent van Gogh (and his contemporaries). In 2023 we celebrate our birthday with lots of activities.
Nowhere in the world can you get closer to Rembrandt than in the Rembrandt House Museum. Thanks to the multimedia tour, Rembrandt’s house and the seventeenth century really come to life. You follow the life story of Rembrandt, from his move into the building as an ambitious celebrity artist, to his forced departure due to an accumulation of debts.
Etching and painting demonstrations are also given daily in the museum. Where Rembrandt creates his masterpieces, in the studio, you can see how the artist made his paint. You can discover Rembrandt’s etching techniques in the etching attic. It’s like looking over the artist’s shoulder.
The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in collaboration with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. We are an independent non-profit organization that manages and opens up Anne Frank’s hiding place and brings Anne’s life story to the attention of the world. https://www.annefrank.org/nl/
Freely accessible outdoor exhibitions will be displayed in the courtyard and the Amsterdam Museum will also organize an extensive education and public program in its temporary home in the Hermitage
Panorama Amsterdam: a living history of the city
In the permanent chronological presentation about the histories of Amsterdam; Panorama Amsterdam: a living history of the city, well-known but also new and unknown stories about, and perspectives on, Amsterdam’s past give an impression of how Amsterdam has formed and continues to develop.
We are located in Woubrugge, in the middle of the largest water-rich area in the Netherlands. An ideal starting point to visit our historic cities, beautiful lakes and nature reserves from the water.