Hermitage Museum Amsterdam

The Hermitage museum, located on the banks of Amsterdam’s Amstel river is the Dutch branch of the world-famous Hermitage in Saint Petersburg (Russia). The Hermitage Amsterdam is a unique exhibition and cultural educational centre, portraying Russian history and culture. Visitors can find

Resistance Museum

Resistance Museum Amsterdam – WWII in Holland One year after World War II broke out, the Nazis occupied Holland. On the 14th of May 1940, the Dutch government surrendered, and the Nazis reigned until May 1945 when Germany lost the war against the Allies. The Resistance Museum Amsterdam

Stedelijk Museum

For anyone interested in contemporary and modern art, a visit of the Stedelijk Museum is definitely worth it. It is the fourth most-visited Museum in Amsterdam. On two floors, different exhibits show about 90,000 contemporary art works from the early 20th century until now. Van Gogh, Monet

Best Museums Amsterdam

Best Museums Amsterdam

If you are a museum fan, there are about 50 museums Amsterdam has in story for you. We created a list of the best museums amsterdam has, the must see museums in Amsterdam. 1. Amsterdam Museum – The History of Amsterdam Did you know that Amsterdam was first named Amestelledam? And that the

Anne Frank Museum: an Amsterdam must visit

Anne Frank Museum: an Amsterdam must visit

The story of Anne Frank Prinsengracht 263 is an average Amsterdam house with an extraordinary story. It is the story of Anne Frank, a German Jewish girl, born in Frankfurt am Main in 1929. After the Nazi Regime took over, she and her family had to flee to Amsterdam and hide in the Annex of

Corrie Ten Boom House in Haarlem

Corrie Ten Boom House in Haarlem

During the second world war, Corrie Ten Boom and her family hid Jews in their house. The history of the Ten Boom family is a testimony of their love and loyalty toward the Jewish people. In this museum you can enjoy a guided tour through the Ten Boom home. Tours are led by knowledgeable guides who

Tulip Museum Amsterdam

Tulip Museum Amsterdam

As you stroll the streets of Amsterdam, you might notice that there are tulips everywhere! Tulips are the national flower of the Netherlands, even though they originated in the Ottoman Empire. They were brought to Holland in 1593 and became famous because of their extraordinary beauty. Tulips

Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam

Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam

Vincent Van Gogh is one of the world’s most famous artists. Did you know that he was Dutch? When you plan your trip to Amsterdam, make sure to have a look at the biggest collection of his works, which you can find in the Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam. It is definitely worth it! About the Van Gogh

Rijksmuseum

Rijksmuseum

If you’re here in Amsterdam for a few days and want to learn about Dutch history, then the Rijksmuseum (the National Museum) will be the perfect place for you to visit. At the Rijksmuseum, you’ll find first-class paintings by Holland’s most famous artists, like Rembrandt and Vermeer, as well as an

Rembrandt Museum

Looking for something filled with history, bizarre trinkets, and art? Well then, you should take a trip to the Rembrandt museum. The Rembrandt Museum Amsterdam shows you how Rembrandt lived and worked in the golden years. With every corner you turn, you will find something fascinating. Rembrandt

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