The Tropenmuseum is one of Europe’s leading ethnographic museums, renowned for its collection. The permanent and temporary exhibitions display (art) objects, photographs, music and film from non-western cultures.
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The Tropenmuseum is one of the Netherlands’ largest museums for anthropology and ethnography, located in the east of Amsterdam. It is renowned for its beautiful architecture and its spectacular collection of works of art, music, film and photography from all over the world. The Tropenmuseum is also…
Amsterdam’s Tropenmuseum is a museum of world cultures, housed in one of the most beautiful museum buildings of the Netherlands, off the beaten tourist track in Amsterdam’s hip east.
Realistic and responsabel display of Dutch colonial heritage. Great exposition for children too.
Ethnographic Museum with a permanent and temporary exhibitions devoted to specific cultures. Quite interesting for families and children.
Great museum, amazing architecture of the museum itself, with always interesting exhibitions on display
“Open 6 days a week, this market has a great variety of clothing, produce and food. Try kibbeling, poffertjes, loempias, fresh fries, cheese, and more!”
“Nice park to walk around. Hotel Arena has a nice terras on the park side. At the far end there is also a terras at De Tropen which is nice.”
“They serve a wide variety of (local craft) beers, the best burger in town and our famous rotisserie chicken.”
“Nice day out if the weather is ok. You need to reserve tickets online due to Covid19”
“It’s my favourite spot to catch the sun and have a coffee with apple pie. But they also have great food and you can watch a movie. The funny side of this place, all workers earn the same from managers to waiters. For me it’s heaven to grab a coffee in the morning sun and watch people and daily life.”