Museums Archive

Tip: See our Amsterdam Museums home page for general information, including how to obtain discounts on entrance fees.

Anne Frank House

With over 1.2 million visitors, the Anne Frank House museum is one of Amsterdam’s most popular tourist attractions.

We show how you can skip the legendary ‘eternal’ queues so that you do not have to spend your precious vacation time waiting in a l-o-n-g line.

Plus: Don’t lose your money to ticket scalpers.

Artis Amsterdam Zoo

Artis Amsterdam Zoo Founded in 1838, Artis is the oldest zoo in the Netherlands.

Guidebooks rightly refer to it one of the most pleasant city zoos around, as the whole place breathes a 19th-century garden atmosphere with winding paths, majestic trees, fascinating sculptures and monumental historical buildings.

Rembrandthuis – Rembrandt House Museum

Rembrandt Painter Rembrandt van Rijn bought what is now the ‘Rembrandt house’ museum in 1639 — just prior to being commissioned to paint The Night Watch.

A visit to the restored 17th-century house is like stepping into one of Rembrandt’s paintings.

Bonus: we give you some insider tips on where to eat (and where not to) before or after your visit.

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