Museums and galleries
The Museum of the Netherlands, Rijksmuseum, features the largest Dutch art collection in the world. Every year, it welcomes two million visitors.
The Van Gogh Museum is the second most visited museum in Amsterdam with over two million visitors every year.
The Anne Frank House is where the German-born adolescent Anne Frank hid and wrote her dairy during World War II. It is now a historic house museum.
The Rembrandt House Museum is where the world-famous Dutch artist lived and worked on his numerous striking paintings.
Our Lord in the Attic Museum, also known as Amstelkring Museum, is one of the oldest museums in Amsterdam. It was once a secret chapel.
In the late 19th century, the Van Loon family purchased this beautiful canal house and with their exceptional art collection founded the Museum Van Loon.
If you are a fan of history or are curious about WWII, you’ll enjoy visiting the Dutch Resistance Museum. It is dedicated to the five years Holland was occupied by Nazi Germany.
NEMO Science Museum is the most important science and technology museum in Holland. A fun museum for both adults and children.