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Great for football fans of all allegiances, this fine museum covers the rich history of the club, offering photographs, memorabilia, trophies and videos...
ArenA Boulevard 29, Bijlmermeer
Prinsengracht 263 was the 17th-century canalside house where young Jewish girl Anne Frank and her family hid for two years during World War II. Today it's...
Artists such as Karel Appel, Eugene Brands and Corneille were once regarded as little more than eccentric troublemakers; they've now been absorbed into the...
Haarlemmermeerstation, Amstelveenseweg 264
Nemo opened in 1998 and has gone from strength to strength as a truly kid-friendly science museum. It eschews exhibits in favour of hands-on trickery,...
This is a handsome and vast building, sitting rather grandly in a slightly out-of-the-way (by the pocket handkerchief standards of Amsterdam, anyway)...
As well as the bright colours of his palette, Vincent van Gogh is known throughout the world for his productivity, and that's reflected in the 200 paintings...
Paulus Potterstraat 7
The Houseboat Museum is not just a museum about houseboats: it's actually on one. In fact, it more or less is one: aside from some discreet explanatory...
Prinsengracht, opposite No.296