Housed in two monumental 17th century canal houses, House Marseille focuses on modern national and international photography.
A colorful and experimental interior, filled with the work of new, artistic talent is what visitors will find in the Karel Appelhuis, the birth place of Karel Appel; famous sculptor, artist and co-
Experience what it’s like to live in the 1920s “Amsterdam School” movement at Museum Het Schip, located in Amsterdam’s most expressionistic apartment block.
De Appel is definitely a must for any art-enthusiast interested in contemporary and experimental art.
Amsterdam is known for its profusion of architectural styles, and Arcam – the centre for architecture, urban design and landscape architecture – is just the place to learn more.
The EYE Filmmuseum is one of the city’s best-loved architectural icons, located on the northern banks of the IJ river. The museum’s permanent collection is devoted to the history of film.
In a traditional Dutch canal house on the Keizersgracht, this small but intriguing museum is named after the Van Loon family, descendants of Willem van Loon, who co-founded the Dutch East-India com
Allard Pierson Museum is the archaeology museum of the University of Amsterdam, named after the University’s first archaeology professor.
The Tropenmuseum accommodates eight permanent exhibitions dedicated to ethnographic subjects – giving a glimpse of life in the tropical and subtropical parts of the world (ironically, it started ou
Museums generally don’t get more hands-on than NEMO, as this kid-friendly science museum is jam-packed with interactive exhibitions.
Noticed that big VOC-ship in the middle of Amsterdam? Hop on board during a visit to the Scheepvaartmuseum.
CoBrA was a revolutionary international art movement of young artists, who all shared a desire for new, experimental art.
This under-the-radar museum occupies a particularly well-preserved canal house from the Golden Age.
On July 5th 1942, young Jewish girl Anne Frank and her family went into hiding in a Secret Annexe within a 17th-century canalside house, her father’s former office.
Set on the site of a 15th-century convent, this museum is devoted to sharing Amsterdam’s story with its visitors, looking at the past, present and future.
Amsterdam’s go-to destination for modern and contemporary art, the heavy-hitting Stedelijk makes a real impact with its bath-shaped façade, and its pre-war collection spanning Cézanne, Picasso, Cha
The Hermitage Amsterdam presents the heritage of its larger sibling in St.Petersburg to its visitors in biannual exhibitions.
Step into the world of Vincent Van Gogh at the Van Gogh Museum, the second most-visited museum in the Netherlands.
This eclectic contemporary photography museum, located in a renovated canal house, offers a stage to both world-famous photographers and upcoming artists.
Probably The Netherlands’ most famous museum, the Rijksmuseum hosts a collection 8.000 objects on display, which take you on a journey through 800 years of Dutch art and history; from the Middle Ag