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Singel 548, in the Fortis Bank
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...
Designed by PJH Cuypers and opened in 1885, the Rijksmuseum holds the country's largest collection of art and artefacts, including 40 Rembrandts and four...
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...
The Stedelijk Museum, with its incredibe bath-shaped extension, is Amsterdam's go-to institution for modern and contemporary art, with an extraordinary...
Hendrikje Herengracht 573
The Torture Museum is just another of those Amsterdam tourist traps that should really have been more informative, engaging and - most importantly - fun....
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)...
The Vakbondmuseum offers a permanent exhibition showing the progress and history of unions in Dutch history. If you think that kind of thing sounds...
Henri Polaklaan 9
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 Verzetsmuseum is one of Amsterdam's most illuminating museums and quite possibly its most moving. It tells the story of the Dutch Resistance through a...
Plantage Kerklaan 61
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...
A nostalgic museum, full of old, silent ship engines and tools. The shipyard is proud of the fact that it's the oldest remaining original yard still in use,...
Hoogte Kadijk 147