Prinsengracht or Prince's Canal, named after the Prince of Orange, is the longest of the main canals in Amsterdam

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Prinsengracht, Amsterdam

Prinsengracht or Prince's Canal, named after the Prince of Orange, is the longest of the main canals in Amsterdam.

Prinsengracht or Prince's Canal, named after the Prince of Orange, is the longest of the main canals in Amsterdam. It is lined with beautiful canal houses built during the Dutch Golden Age. Highlights along the canal are the Eenhoornsluis (Unicorn Lock) at the Northeast end, Het Papeneiland – the oldest café in Amsterdam at no. 2, Noorderkerk and Noordermarkt, Posthorn Church at no. 7, Amsterdam Cheese Museum at no. 112, Anne Frank House at nos. 263-267, Westerkerk at no. 281, Houseboat Museum at no. 296, and De Duif at no. 756.


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About Prinsengracht

 Amsterdam, Netherlands

Prinsengracht and Nearby Sights on Map

The Jordaan

Originally created in the 17th century for the working class and immigrants as part of Amsterdam's Derde Uitleg expansions, the central neighborhood of Jordaan became gentrified in the 20th century to become one of the most posh districts in the city

Houseboat Museum

Located on the Hendrika Maria, a 1914 barge converted into a houseboat on the Prinsengracht, the Houseboat Museum shows you life aboard a typical vessel in Amsterdam

Fault in Our Stars Bench

Het Grachtenhuis

Het Grachtenhuis or Canal House is the Museum of the Canals - a gateway to the world famous Amsterdam canal ring ending in the de IJ Bay

Bijbels Museum

The Bijbels Museum or Biblical Museum, housed in 2 buildings of the Cromhouthuizen on the Herengracht, displays Bible-related artifacts from the Judeo-Christian tradition

Antiekcentrum Amsterdam

The Antiekcentrum Amsterdam, also known as De Looier, is the largest indoor antiques market in Netherlands, selling vintage paintings, ceramics, porcelain, jewelry, furniture, silverware, watches, toys and bric-a-brac

Max Euwe Centrum

The Max Euwe Centrum is dedicated to chess, tracing the historical origins and development of the game

Braggiotti Gallery

The Braggiotti Gallery on the Singel Canal has 4 rooms showcasing Dutch and international contemporary glass art

De Negen Straatjes

De Negen Straatjes is a neighborhood comprising 9 side streets of the Prinsengracht, Keizersgracht, Herengracht and Singel in central Amsterdam, lined with boutiques, designer outlets, antique stores, and jewelers, making it a favorite with shoppers

Westerkerk

The Westerkerk (Western Church) on the banks of the Prinsengracht is the largest church in Amsterdam