Museum Het Schip | Spaarndammerbuurt

Museum Het Schip is located in the building block populary nicknamed 'Het Schip,' meaning The Ship. Het Schip, built in 1921 by Michel de Klerk, is one of the best examples of Amsterdam School Architecture.

The museum features an exhibition about the special circumstances that turned Amsterdam into a Mecca for public housing and the cultural-historical value of the Amsterdam School Architecture.

The museum also provides access to a restored working class house, the exhibition on the Amsterdam School’s sources of inspiration, and an opportunity to see the inside of Michel de Klerk’s famous tower.

A visit to the carefully designed interior is quite an experience.

Museum Het Schip
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Spaarndammerplantsoen 140
1013XT Amsterdam