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. See prehistoric pipes from pre-Columbian South America, clay, ivory, stone, bone, metal, rubber, wood and porcelain pipes, artistic meerschaum pipes, water pipes from Asia, and Chinese opium pipes. With pipe maker tools, documents and prints, tobacco packaging and curiosities such as bowls and braziers, the museum presents a comprehensive and fascinating picture of pipe smoking. A hidden gem for pipe enthusiasts.



About Amsterdam Pipe Museum

 Prinsengracht 488, Amsterdam, Netherlands

 +31 20 421 1779

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