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Museums

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The most popular Museums in Amsterdam. There are around seventy five museums in Amsterdam and they are one of major Amsterdam attractions. Alongside the majestic golden age paintings, you'll find exciting modern art, press, film, theater, science, biology or photography museums. Some museums in Amsterdam have sections that you can visit for free! Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Zaansche Schans, Anne Frank House, Stedelijk Museum, Science Center NEMO (for kids and grown ups)

Amsterdam is a city that can be toured on foot if you don’t have a pass. You can pay for entrance to museums on the spot. But, if by the second day you start to get tired of walking around the city to get back to your hotel and you get tired of spending hours waiting in line to get into a museum, my advice is that, if you know what kinds of things you’d like to do during your weekend in Amsterdam, you’d better choose the right pass.
Choosing the right Amsterdam pass is very complicated. There are many different passes, and choosing the right one depends on your budget and on what you want to do during your stay. To help guide you through the pass jungle, we have made a comparative guide with information about all of the different Amsterdam passes. All you have to do is click and buy the right one for you.

Anne Frank's Portrait

All information and photos of the Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam are by Oriane and Angel. Discover the history of this museum and its relevance today.

Amsterdam City Pass: our opinion before buying it for your visit

The Amsterdam City Pass is a great way to save time and money during your visit to Amsterdam. We closely studied the advantages and disadvantages as well as instances when other passes are more advantageous.

The Begijnhof is one of those uncommon peaceful internal city recognizes that numerous travelers just don’t see as they hustle from appreciation for fascination. What’s more, that is a disgrace, as this staggering old corner of Amsterdam essentially asks to be walked. Albeit a large portion of the old homes are possessed, the minor paths and pathways around them give free, so don’t be bashful to investigate. You’ll be compensated with perspectives of well-kept green gardens – the yards – encompassed by a portion of the most seasoned houses in Amsterdam, including its solitary staying wooden house from the fourteenth century.

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