MUSEUM TO VISIT

There are hundreds of different kinds of museums to visit in Amsterdam. There is one for tulip, for cheese, for boats and ships, for bags and purses, even for sex and marijuana. But here’s a few that we think you shouldn’t miss during your stay:

THE RIJKSMUSEUM
Rijksmuseum is home to The Night Watch by Rembrandt, The Milkmaid by Johannes Vermeer and the Portrait of a Young Couple by Frans Hals.  This is the national museum and the biggest in the Netherlands. Make sure you visit the Rembrandt section first as this is the most celebrated section of the museum. More info via this link: https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en

VAN GOGH MUSEUM
Van Gogh Museum has the largest Van Gogh collection in the world. Van Gogh’s Self-Portrait, Sunflower and Almond Blossoms paintings are just some of the 200 paintings you will see in the museum. More info via this link: https://www.vangoghmuseum.nl/en

ANNE FRANK HUIS MUSEUM
The Anne Frank House Museum located on Prinsengracht, one of the main three canals of Amsterdam, is a museum dedicated to a young Jewish diarist lady who hid from Nazi persecution with her family and four others in one of the hidden rooms in the building. This is one of the most popular and the busiest museum in Amsterdam.  If you wish to visit this during your stay in Amsterdam, we strongly recommend to book your tickets ahead of time.  To book your tickets, please visit this link: http://www.annefrank.org/en/Museum/Practical-information/Online-ticket-sales/


LORD IN THE ATTIC CHURCH MUSEUM

For those who love doing Visita Iglesia (Church Visit), a visit to the Our Lord in the Attic Church is a must.  Built during the Reformation, when Catholics in the city were forbidden to hold public services, this hidden church museum is definitely one of the many unique attractions in Amsterdam. More info via this link: https://www.opsolder.nl/en