What’s going on in Amsterdam

| Museum District

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The Rijksmuseum is one of the top attractions in Amsterdam, yet many visitors may overlook its gardens: beautifully cared for flowerbeds, fountains and summer houses, as well as a collection of sculptures.

| Red light district

Oudezijds Voorburgwal 40

Our Lord in the Attic is one of the most remarkable museums in Amsterdam. In the attic of this characteristic 17th century canal house you will find a hidden church, built during the Reformation, when Catholics were forbidden to hold public services.

| Nieuwmarkt area

Jodenbreestraat 4

The house where Rembrandt worked and lived was restored to its original condition. The collection of the Museum consists of drawings and etchings by Rembrandt and his pupils and followers.

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Het Grachtenhuis is a new museum located in one of the most beautiful canal houses. Het Grachtenhuis introduces you to one of the best city development projects ever: the 17th-century canals of Amsterdam. Buy tickets online! Visitor numbers are limited.

| Spaarndammerbuurt

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Het Schip Museum is located in what is considered one of the great examples of Amsterdam School architecture (1910-1930). The museum is an eye-opener for everyone who wants to learn more about architecture and the city of Amsterdam.

| Rembrandtplein Area

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Check out five hundred years of history of the lady bag in a beautiful characteristic canal house, dating back to 1664. Started with the private collection of Mrs Hendrikje Ivo, who collected bags for more than 35 years.

| Rembrandtplein Area

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Museum dedicated to the role of the cat (yes: the cat) in art and culture through the centuries. Located in a grand canal house in the 'Golden bend' of the Herengracht, the most prestigious part of the historic canal ring.

| Canal Area

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Grand 17th century canal house is the residence of the Van Loon family. The house is open to the public six days of the week.

| Canal Area

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Foam also exhibits emerging young photographers in smaller short-term shows along exhibitions of established and famous ones. It is also a creative hub where photographers meet and participate in forums and symposiums.

| Near Dam Square

Kalverstraat 92

In this exhibition the DNA of Amsterdam is unraveled: the free thinkers, the innovations, the entrepreneurship. Find out what Amsterdam is made up of, starting as early as 1275.

| Near Anne Frank House

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Close to the Anne Frank House and the Wester Church you find the houseboat museum, which gives you a an excellent insight on how people live on the housboats along the canals.