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Established in Amsterdam in 1934, the Allard Pierson claims to hold one of the world's richest university collections of archaeological exhibits from...
Oude Turfmarkt 127
Opera as you've never seen it before: put together puppets in velvet costumes, puppeteers and operas by Mozart or Offenbach, and you've got a show by the...
Nieuwe Jonkerstraat 8
A note to all those historical museums around the world that struggle to present their exhibits in an engaging fashion: head here to see how it's done....
The College, occupying two floors of a 17th-century listed monument in the Red Light District, provides the public with an impressive array of information...
Oudezijds Achterburgwal 124
Here you'll find dozens of images of naked folk and people having it off, mostly by unknown artists, as well as souvenir kitsch like mini replicas of the...
Oudezijds Achterburgwal 54
The Amstelkring takes its name from the group of historians who succeeded in saving it from demolition in the late 1800s. Good job they did save it, too,...
Oudezijds Voorburgwal 40
This enthusiastic museum has four floors of photos, paintings, songs and videos relating to the 'Orange Experience' (namely, the national football team).
Rembrandt bought this house in 1639 for ƒ13,000 (around €6,000), a massive sum at the time. Indeed, the pressure of the mortgage payments eventually got to...
The Sexmuseum is one of two museums devoted to doing the dirty in Amsterdam, and a tawdry little operation it is too. The Damrak location, just by Centraal...
This new small museum is a bit of an oddity: a tribute to Russia's most legendary export. It covers the history, presents some advertising posters, features...