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The top 12 museums in Amsterdam - get your tickets

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Are you interested in visiting a museum in Amsterdam, such as the popular Van Gogh museum or the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam? Reserve your tickets online here:

Top 12 Museum Tickets Amsterdam

Amsterdam offers a wide range of museums, of which the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum are the absolute favourites. It is a good idea to reserve your tickets for these museums in advance, particularly for the Van Gogh Museum, as it has a visitor limit and is usually sold out for the day! Select your museum below for more information:

tickets Van Gogh Museum

1. Van Gogh Museum

The museum with the largest collections of paintings by Vincent van Gogh. This article will tell you everything you need to know to prepare your visit to the Van Gogh Museum. Because of the visitor limit during the high season, you will need to reserve your ticket in advance.

Rijksmuseum

2. Rijksmuseum

The gigantic Rijksmuseum is Amsterdam's most popular attraction. With over 5,000 paintings, this museum tells the story of 800 years of Dutch history, including the 17th century, also known as the Dutch Golden Age. Witness world-famous paintings such as Rembrandt's 'The Night Watch' and Johannes Vermeer's 'The Milkmaid'.

tickets Rembrandt House Museum

3. Rembrandt House Museum

This is the former house and workplace of Rembrandt van Rijn, where he lived between 1639 and 1658. This beautiful and stately museum full of antique furniture, art, and objects will make you feel like you've travelled back to the 17th century. The actual Rembrandt house also contains a reconstruction of his living area and workspace.

Heineken Experience

4. Heineken Experience

The Heineken Experience is located in Heineken's oldest brewery. The 90-minute tour of the interactive Heineken Experience will tell you about the history, brewing process, and marketing of the Netherlands' most famous beer brand.

NEMO

5. NEMO Science Museum

NEMO is Amsterdam's science museum, intended to get young people excited about science and technology, for instance by offering the chance to try experiments. It is a wonderful, interactive museum. Highly recommended if you are visiting Amsterdam with your children. The striking structure on the banks of the IJ is located near the central station.

National Maritime Museum

6. National Maritime Museum

This museum takes you back through 500 years of Dutch maritime history, including the Dutch Golden age. It also covers the present day of this country long dependent on dykes. You will get the chance to visit the replica of the old Dutch East India Company ship, 'Amsterdam'. The collection includes paintings, model ships, weaponry, and maps.

Amsterdam Museum

7. Amsterdam Museum

The 'Amsterdam Museum' shows the seven-century history of the city of Amsterdam. From a small settlement on the banks of the Amstel river and the Dutch Golden Age of the 17th century to the present-day metropolis. The historical city museum is located in the city's centre and offers a great way to get to know the city better.

Museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder

8. Museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder

A less touristy, but very interesting attraction is the Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder museum (Our Lord in the Attic). It is a former clandestine church, located on the Oudezijds Voorburgwal 38 in the centre of Amsterdam. Tickets for tours in this hidden gem are easily available online.

Stedelijk Museum

9. Stedelijk Museum

The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is a museum for modern and contemporary art, photography, and design. The unique building, nicknamed 'the bathtub', is located on the Museumplein next to the Van Gogh Museum. Here you can enjoy 150 years of modern art from iconic artist such as Appel, Kadinsky, Warhol, and Gerit Rietveld.

Hermitage

10. Hermitage

The impressive building of the 'The Hermitage' was originally a hospital in the 17th century. Now it is home to different exhibitions, including large collections from the Hermitage in St Petersburg. Read more about the current exhibition and tickets for the Hermitage.

Red Light Museum

11. Red Light Museum

The Red Light Museum or Museum of Prostitution offers a glimpse behind the screens of the Red Light District. The museum is located in a 17th-century canal house and explains the entire history of this notorious district, the oldest profession in the world, and the secrets of the ladies.

Willet-Holthuysen

12. Willet-Holthuysen

Would you like to experience how wealthy Amsterdam citizens lived in the 17th century? Visit this canal house, which was bequeathed by Mrs Willet-Holthuysen including the furniture and art collection. You will get to see the salons, ballroom, dining room, lovely city garden, and other areas of the house.

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