Het Scheepvaartmuseum weer open! Ontdek hoe de zee in onze genen zit & laat je verrassen door een spectaculaire evenementenlocatie.
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When leave the museum go left and enter the park behind it . In summer here you can picnic and take a swim. Here is Homeland for breakfast and lunch.
The National Maritiem Museum is the anchor of Amsterdam and the place to discover more than 50 years of maritime history.
tickets plan your visit what's on research and collection about us vnhsm contact taal main navigation A world-class museum be amazed by our highlights The collection of The National Maritime Museum is one of the largest and most notable maritime collections in the world with…
Discover 500 years of Dutch Maritime history as well as its strong links to today’s society and the society of the future. The collection of The National Maritime Museum is one of the largest and most notable maritime collections in the world with approximately 400,000 objects, including paintings,…
“ARTIS Amsterdam Royal Zoo, the historical zoo in central Amsterdam | Things to do for all ages ”
“You need a timed reservation to enter, which sells out quickly, but they release a few new tickets each day at 9am, 10am, and 12pm. As you probably know, this is where Anne Frank and her family and friends hid during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam before they were betrayed.”
“The famous Dam Square! Go shopping or visit different tourist attractions, there is a lot to do here! ”
“Lots of bars and clubs there. Check out the Melkweg, Paradiso, Sugar Factory, Waterhole, Bourbon Street...”
“Flowers are not treats, but essentials in Amsterdam. Ever since 1860, this famous flower market has been located at the spot where nurserymen and women, having sailed up the Amstel from their smallholdings, would moor their barges to sell their wares directly to customers. No longer floating (it's now perched on piles), the market has plenty of high-kitsch miniature clogs, fridge magnets and wooden tulips; it's also a good place to buy (real) tulips in season and bulbs year-round.”