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“A lot of Dutch people live on houseboats. Here is your chance to check one out! Entrance 3.75 Free with Amsterdam Card”
  • 21 lokalkjente anbefaler
History Museum
“Welcome to Herengracht 605. This doublefronted town house was built in 1687, towards the end of Amsterdam's Golden Age. It was occupied by various families. You had to be very wealthy to live in a house like this, on one of the city’s smartest canals. This was certainly true of Abraham Willet and his rich wife Sandrina Louisa Geertruyda Holthuysen, who lived here from 1861 to 1895. Their lives feature strongly throughout the museum.”
  • 25 lokalkjente anbefaler
Museum
“Venustempel Sex Museum The Venustempel Sex Museum in Amsterdam is the world’s first sex museum. Housed in a 17-th­century building in the very heart of the city, it features an extensive collection of erotic paintings, statues, recordings, photographs, and other items relating to sex and eroticism. All of the exhibits were personally curated by the owners and remain on permanent display. The main theme is the evolution of human sexuality throughout the ages. Venustempel began in 1985 with just a small display of erotic artifacts from the 19th century. Due to its huge popularity with the general public, its collection was later expanded upon, and the museum now sees more than 500,000 visitor”
  • 10 lokalkjente anbefaler
Museum
“The Story of Anne Frank is world famous. If you consider visiting the Anne Frank house you really MUST buy tickets in advance.”
  • 18 lokalkjente anbefaler
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“The city archive is open to the public. There they give you an easy introduction to the history of the city using time lapse videos. ”
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Science Museum
“Body Worlds is a traveling exhibition of human bodies and body parts preserved through the use of a technique called plastination . This makes it possible to reveal the internal anatomical structures of a body. It was invented in 1977 by Gunther von Hagens , a German anatomist”
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Historic Site
“There is no need for a description. You can't miss visiting Anne Frank's house while in Amsterdam.”
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Stables
“This is a great place for families and children who love horses! A Manege in the middle of the city, next to Vondelpark. It has also a little café where you can see the children riding. It is a lovely place to pet horses...”
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Museum
“Small museum featuring the history of cheese making & tastings, plus a store with many cheeses. ”
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Museum
“Red Light Secrets or the Museum of Prostitution. The world’s first prostitution museum. An intriguing A-cup museum that takes you inside a world that most of us have only dreamed of. Visit a brothel in its original state in one of the oldest monuments of Amsterdam. A famous brothel where the infamous prostitute, Chinese Annie, was murdered. A crime that remains unsolved to this day.  Visit the rooms, read the personal stories of Prostitutes, and learn all about the secrets of the world’s oldest profession.   DISCOVER THE SECRETS OF AN AMSTERDAM PROSTITUTE DURING AN EXCITING AND CANDID JOURNEY AMSTERDAM’S MUST SEE ATTRACTION! Step into an intriguing world that remains hidden for most and discover the secrets of the Red Light District, one of the world’s most unique and infamous neighborhoods. Take a look behind the scenes of the oldest profession and experience what it feels like to sit behind one of the famous windows. Discover the secrets of the prostitutes, visit the rooms they work in and read the hidden erotic confessions of other visitors. You will enjoy a “full experience” visit, including 12 explicit audio stories by Inga, Amsterdam’s most famous prostitute.   Included in your entry ticket is a small book about the history of the Red light District and Inga’s Secret Audio Tour. Throughout your visit you can listen to the personal audio stories of Inga, Amsterdam’s most famous lady of the night. She has been a prostitute for more than 15 years and has been working in the Red Light District for a long time. So, she knows it all. Some of Inga’s stories are quite shocking… prostitution is not an easy job.   Red Light Secrets Oudezijds Achterburgwal 60h, 1012 DP Amsterdam   Open daily  10 a.m. - 12 a.m. ”
  • 10 lokalkjente anbefaler
Art Museum
“If you want to see something different this is a secret spot for contemporary art. Check their website to know their current exhibitions.”
  • 8 lokalkjente anbefaler
Museum
“The Diamond Museum Amsterdam (Dutch: Diamant Museum Amsterdam) is a museum located at the Museumplein in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The museum was founded in 2007 by Ben Meier of Coster Diamonds.[1] The permanent collection consists of diamond jewelry and gives background information about diamonds. The museum is a member of the Dutch Museum Association[3] and the Official Museums of Amsterdam.”
  • 13 lokalkjente anbefaler
Museum
“The only place in Amsterdam where you’ll find a genuine human shrunken heads, a megladon jaw, and so much more! Discover bizarre stories of rare artifacts Play around with optical illusions and interactive mind games. Whirl through a Space Tunnel Mount the 7-meter tall Robot made entirely out of car parts Sit in a gigantic wooden clog See Dam Square from a bird’s-eye view Enjoy Dutch and American specialties in the attic-style designer lounge ”
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Museum
“This is both a small scale museum and a small, cosy concerthal where you can enjoy live pineal music.”
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Museum
“Nostalgic old trams are kept alive and taken out on Sunday's for a short ride to the Amsterdam Forrest and back”
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