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Tropenmuseum — Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam

Information about Apologetics Index research resources This article is a stub. More resources may be added over time. — The majestic, historic building which houses the Royal Tropical Institute’s Tropenmuseum (Museum of the Tropics) provides space for eight permanent exhibitions and an ongoing series of temporary exhibitions.

Renowned for its extensive collection, the Tropenmuseum is one of Europe’s leading ethnographic museums. It provides lively, interactive displays of life in the tropics.

The permanent displays include a recreated walk through a Manilla street, as well as through African and Asian villages.

Somewhat ironically the building that houses the museum was originally built, in the 1920s, to celebrate the colonial activities of the Dutch.

There’s also a children’s museum to entertain kids aged 6 through 12. It’s all in Dutch, though, but the language barrier seldom seems to bother the kids.

Address and Information

Linnaeusstraat 2,
1092 CK Amsterdam

Tel: (020) 568 8200 [Amsterdam phone info]

Opening hours and admission ratesoffsite
• Free entrance with: Museum Year Pass, I Amsterdam Card
Permanent and temporary exhibitionsoffsite
• Website: Tropenmuseumoffsite

In the neighborhood

The Tropenmuseum is located in The Plantage district of Amsterdam.
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This post was last updated: May. 18, 2011