The Amsterdam Dungeon is a horror tour through several dark chambers with live actors

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Amsterdam Dungeon Entrance Ticket

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 80 minute

$25

Prepare to laugh and scream as you explore 500 years of Amsterdam’s dark history with an entrance ti...

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The Amsterdam Dungeon

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 Varies

$27

Find yourself propelled into the dark ages and an era of torture, disease and death. The origin...

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The Amsterdam Dungeon

  23 Reviews

 Flexible

$22


 
 Find yourself propelled into the dark ages and an era of torture, disease and death. T...

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Amsterdam Dungeon, Madame Tussauds & Canal Cruise Combo

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 75 minute

$70

Save money with a combined canal cruise of Amsterdam, with entrance tickets to the Amsterdam Dungeon...

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The Amsterdam Dungeon

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    1 Days Duration

$23

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Relive some of the darker periods of Amsterdam's past at this spooky but fascinating dungeon museum...

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Amsterdam Dungeon Tickets

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$26

The Amsterdam Dungeon is a must-see attraction which takes you on an 80 minute tour through Amster...

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Amsterdam Canal Cruise and Amsterdam Dungeon Admission

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 1 hour

$45

Explore Amsterdam’s famous canals on a 1-hour cruise. Take in the stunning façades of the historical...

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Amsterdam: Canal Cruise and Dungeons Combined Ticket

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 3 hour

$42

...ter. Marvel at colorful house boats. Then, learn the city’s more gruesome history with free entry to Amsterdam Dungeons.

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Amsterdam Canal Cruise with Madame Tussauds & Dungeon

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 1 hour

$73

...ldings and hear detailed commentary about the city’s landmarks. Visit Madame Tussauds and the Amsterdam Dungeon as well.

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Amsterdam Dungeon, Amsterdam

The Amsterdam Dungeon is a horror tour through several dark chambers with live actors.

The Amsterdam Dungeon is a horror tour through several dark chambers with live actors. It ends with a roller coaster raging through a real 13th century church.


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Fri

11:00

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11:00

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About Amsterdam Dungeon

 Rokin 78

 +31 20 530 850

 www.the-dungeons.nl

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Amsterdam Pipe Museum

The Amsterdam Pipe Museum, previously Pijpenkabinet, has a unique collection of more than 31,000 smoking pipes and related paraphernalia for tobacco consumption, fashioned out of different materials from different geographies across 5 continents, and time periods from 500 BC to present day

Amsterdam RAI

Amsterdam RAI is an exhibition and convention centre

Boom Chicago

A popular fixture in Amsterdam’s cultural scene, Boom Chicago is an improvisational comedy troupe that performs at the Rozentheater

De Poezenboot

De Poezenboot - The Cat Boat is a one-of-a-kind floating sanctuary on the Singel for stray and abandoned cats

Electric Ladyland - the First Museum of Fluorescent Art

The Electric Ladyland Fluorescent Art Museum is another of Amsterdam’s one-of-its-kind museums

Emperor's Canal

Keizersgracht, the Emperor's Canal, is the widest of the 3 major canals in the city centre of Amsterdam and part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Seventeenth-Century Canal Ring Area of Amsterdam inside the Singelgracht, recognized for illustrating expertise in hydraulics, civil engineering, town planning, construction and architectural knowhow

GlowGolf Amsterdam

House of Bols Cocktail & Genever Experience

Koninklijk Theater Carre

The Royal Theatre Carre hosts musicals, cabaret performances and pop concerts

Museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder

The Museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder (previously known as the Museum Amstelkring) is a Catholic Church of Our Dear Lord in the Attic, literally housed in the top three floors of a canal house built in 1663, when Catholics were persecuted by the Calvinist rulers and had to conceal their churches