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Skip the line at the Rijksmuseum and gain direct entry thanks to your e-ticket! Admire over 400 mast...
Take in the sights of Amsterdam from its famed canals on a 75-minute cruise. Use your skip-the-line ...
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Enjoy a full day of Amsterdam’s outstanding art, culture and scenery with this museum tour and ...
Amsterdam canal cruise combined with Rijksmuseum...
Experience 2 of Amsterdam’s best attractions with a combined 1-hour canal cruise and fast track entr...
Explore Amsterdam at your own pace with a 24-hour ticket for the hop-on and hop-off canal boat. See ...
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Discover the largest collection of art and artifacts in the Netherlands on a 1-hour guided tour of t...
Embark in an unique experience through Amsterdam's canals and understand why they have been awa...
Relive the glory of the most famous painter of the Dutch Golden Age, Rembrandt van Rijn, on thi...
Join our most popular group tour of Amsterdam’s best museums. Perfect for an introduction to Van Go...
Skip the lines to Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum, and see masterpieces by Van Gogh, Rem...
Enjoy the main attractions of Amsterdam on this combination package. Take in the sights on a 75-minu...
Cruise Amsterdam’s Canal Belt and visit the Rijksmueum with a combined ticket. Sail the canals of th...
Take a customizable private walking tour of Amsterdam. Enjoy the works of Rembrandt on this walking ...
Your guide will share the stories behind each must-see work of art and artifact. Your 2-hours priva...
Instead of blindly walking through the halls of Holland’s largest museum, let our guides share the ...
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Explore the rich cultural history of the Dutch in the Rijksmuseum and see masterpieces from the Dutc...
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The Rijksmuseum or National Museum is the largest and most prestigious museum for art and history in the Netherlands, displaying works by Dutch masters such as Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Steen.
The Rijksmuseum or National Museum is the largest and most prestigious museum for art and history in the Netherlands, displaying works by Dutch masters such as Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Steen. Founded in The Hague in 1800 as the National Art Gallery and then moved to Amsterdam in 1808, the initial exhibits were from the collections of Dutch stadtholders. It has grown to a collection of 1 million artifacts and paintings from 1200 AD, out of which 8000 are on display. The best collection is from the Golden Age of Dutch Art from 1620 to 1680 AD. Highlights include Vermeer's The Milkmaid, Rembrandt's The Night Watch and Steen's The Merry Family. It is an absolute essential part of any itinerary and the highlight of any trip to Amsterdam.
One of the most remarkable displays here is the Grandfather Clock by Maarten Baas, a thought-provoking digital work on the awareness of time.
The 19th century collection exhibits scientific progress in the Netherlands with the standard metric measures enforced by Napolean, as well as prints and art from the time. There are ✓works by Goya such as Portrait of Don Ramón Satué (1823) and The One against the Other, ✓Van Gogh’s Self Portrait (1887), Carafe and Dish with Citrus Fruit (1887), and Undergrowth (1887) as well as important works from Amsterdam Impressionism by Breitner and Israels, Romanticism-inspired paintings by Troostwijk and Koekkoek, and Historicism-inspired objects such as the Etruscan Vase (1858) from the Sevres manufactory and silver tea urn (1845) by Charles Odiot.
There are works by Rembrandt such as Portrait of Maria Trip, Musical Company, and a couple of self-portraits, with the highlight of the floor being the Nachtwacht or Night Watch (1642). The Eregalerij or Gallery of Honor leading to it has 17th century masterpieces by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Steen, Hals and others in alcoves framed by beams inscribed with their names. The 3.6 metre x 4.4 metre Night Watch is the most famous painting of the era, portraying the Militia Company of District II under the Command of Captain Frans Banninck Cocq. The painting was coated with a dark varnish which gave an impression of night time, but the rays of sunlight confirm it is day.
There is an Asian Pavilion annexed to the main building, which houses Asian art from China, Japan, India and South East Asia dating between 2000 BC and 2000 AD. Highlights include ✓a 12th century Shiva Nataraja bronze from India, ✓9th century andesite Bodhisattva Manjushri from Indonesia, ✓2 14th century wooden temple guardians from Japan, and ✓a 12th century Guanyin from China.
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The Diamond Museum, run by Coster Diamonds, is an exhibition about the history of diamond trade in Amsterdam
The Max Euwe Centrum is dedicated to chess, tracing the historical origins and development of the game
The Museumplein or Museum Square in Leidseplein is a large grassed open space adjacent to the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, the Concertgebouw, and the Stedelijk Museum
The Van Gogh Museum is dedicated to the works of acclaimed 19th century Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, displaying over 200 paintings, 400 drawings, and 700 letters by him
The Stedelijk Museum is Amsterdam’s municipal museum of modern and contemporary art
Holland’s best-selling beer, Heineken, was first produced in 1867 from this facility in Stadhouderskade, though today it is produced in a different factory in Zoeterwoude
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
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
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