Micropia

Micropia

Amsterdam has a world-class zoo in the Artis. Many people and families love this great zoo. What many people have not visited is Micropia which is part of the Artis with a separate entrance. With the era of the Corona Virus, this museum has really come to the fore. Micropia is all about microbes, not only their role in disease but as an essential part of a healthy and functioning human body....
NXT Museum

NXT Museum

NXT Museum is another worthy addition to the cultural scene in Noord and the general museum scene in Amsterdam. NTX is a vast museum and the exhibits are absolutely stunning in every sense and for every sense. It is the first museum in the country that is entirely dedicated to new media. The installations will literally blow your mind. There are a series of vast, immersive audio-visual...
Straat Museum

STRAAT Museum

STRAAT Museum at NDSM is one of the latest additions to the Amsterdam museum scene. And what an addition! It is a massive hall full of giant street artworks created by various famous artists. Graffiti and street art are very much in fashion and in demand at the moment, especially if it is a Banksy! Artistic talent from all over the world helped to create the contents of this fabulous initiative....
Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam

Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam

Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam. This is a world-famous concert hall right in the heart of Amsterdam on the Museumplein. You can see concerts by some of the best musicians in a variety of different genres, though mainly classical. There is a great selection of free lunchtime concerts (see the website). Also, you can join a guided tour of this beautiful concert hall to gain a better understanding of...
The eye film museum

Eye Film Museum

Eye Film Museum is a very visible addition to the Amsterdam skyline since it opened in its current form in 2012. It is a cinephile's dream come true. The Eye shows current films and runs a wide selection of different themed screenings all year long. It also runs a number of excellent film festivals. There is something for everyone including children. There is also a fabulous restaurant where you...
The Royal Palace Amsterdam

The Royal Palace Amsterdam

The Royal Palace Amsterdam is right in the heart of the city. It is the official reception palace for King William-Alexander. Dating from the Dutch Golden Age, it is one of the most prominent buildings in the country. It contains many famous artworks. King Napoleon further increased the building's opulence by adding a very French touch to the interiors. Millions pass in front of The Royal Palace...
The Westerkerk Tower

The Westerkerk Tower

The Westerkerk Tower. This is not just about the great views of Amsterdam. You get an amazing history tour of this iconic church tower. The walls of the tower were built around hard Swedish oak that supports the weight of all the bells. Passionate guides show you the way and you learn about the history of the tower. As you reach the highest point for visitors you will have the most incredible...
The National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum - one of the largest maritime collections in the world and a large selection of great exhibitions. Discover all about Dutch maritime history. You can see a vast array of maps and maritime equipment. Regular new temporary exhibitions to see. there is always something for the whole family here. the total collection is over 400,000 objects. You will learn how the Dutch...
Moco Museum Amsterdam

The Moco museum Amsterdam

The Moco Museum Amsterdam. A recent and most welcome addition to the Amsterdam art exhibition scene. The MOCO has made quite a space for itself in a crowded market. The Moderne Contemporary Museum has great rolling exhibitions starring works from Dali, Banksy, Lichtenstein and many more.  the so-called 'Rockstars of Contemporary art'. A visit to the Moco museum in Amsterdam is...
Grachten Museum Amsterdam

Grachten Museum

Grachten Museum Amsterdam. This wonderful museum will take you through all the reasons how and why the canals exist. All this in the fabulous setting of this period building. This museum is an underrated gem on the Amsterdam museum scene. It is well worth the visit and people that do come here are often talking about the quality of the content. You can see all the details on the...