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All Attractions


Below you can find a list of all the attractions in Amsterdam.

 

Top 10 Amsterdam Attractions

5 Star5€ to 10€
The Anne Frank House museum is dedicated to the lives of Anne Frank, her family and friends who secretly hid from the Nazis from 1942 to 1945.
5 Star10€ to 20€
The Rijksmuseum is the Netherlands largest art and history museum.
5 StarFree
Dam Square is a buzzing town square in Amsterdam's historical city centre.
4 StarFree
The Red Light district of Amsterdam openly displays prostitution and sex industry related entertainment.
5 Star10€ to 20€
An interactive journey inside the Heineken brewery.
4 Star10€ to 20€
NEMO Science Center is the largest science center in the Netherlands.
5 Star5€ to 10€
Van Gogh Museum contains the world’s largest collection of Van Gogh artwork as well as other works of his 19th century contemporaries.
4 StarFree
Vondelpark is the largest park in the Netherlands. It is situated to the south of Amsterdam.
4 Star5€ to 10€
A museum telling the story of Dutch Resistance during World War Two.
4 Star5€ to 10€
Amstelkring Museum is a well preserved example of a 16th century Dutch canal house with the added bonus of having a magnificent Catholic Church hidden in its attic.

Shopping in Amsterdam

4 Star5€ to 10€
Albert Cuypmarkt IS the largest open air market in Amsterdam.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Antiekmarkt De Looier is the Netherlans largest indoor antique market.
4 StarFree
Bloemenmarkt is the world’s only floating flower market.
3 Star5€ to 10€
A market described as the "Pearl of Amsterdam".
4 Star10€ to 20€
Amsterdam's biggest department store.
3 StarOver 20€
The Maison De Bonneterie is a luxurious upmarket department store centrally located in Rokin Street, Amsterdam.
5 Star5€ to 10€
De Negen Straatjes (The Nine Streets) is a charming shopping area situated in the heart of the Amsterdam canals district.
4 Star5€ to 10€
Kalverstraat is the most expensive street in Amsterdam.
3 Star5€ to 10€
A popular shopping center, offering a large selection of branded stores.
3 Star5€ to 10€
A stunning designer shopping centre set inside a 19th Century building.
3 StarOver 20€
One of Amsterdam's most historic department stores.
5 Star5€ to 10€
Nieuwendijk is the oldest street in Amsterdam. It can trace its history back to the 1200s and is now one of the best shopping streets in Amsterdam.
3 StarOver 20€
P. C. Hoofstraat is the most expensive street in Amsterdam. It is located close to the Rijksmuseum district.
3 Star5€ to 10€
V & D is one of the largest department stores in Amsterdam.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Waterlooplein is Amsterdam’s biggest flea market. It is centrally located just south of the Red Light district.

Nightlife in Amsterdam

3 Star5€ to 10€
Trendy club popular with the gay scene
3 Star5€ to 10€
One of the best jazz clubs in the world
3 Star5€ to 10€
Top venue for live music and theater performances.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Comedy in English on the famous Leidseplein
3 Star5€ to 10€
Blues club with live music every day of the week
3 Star5€ to 10€
Central Amsterdam club spread over three floors
3 Star5€ to 10€
Amsterdam's trendy Latino nightclub
3 Star5€ to 10€
Exclusive nightclub in the centre of Amsterdam
3 Star5€ to 10€
Amsterdam’s most popular student club
3 Star5€ to 10€
Amsterdam’s biggest club
3 Star5€ to 10€
Over 200 different beers on offer in this Bierproeflokal
3 Star5€ to 10€
One of Amsterdam's biggest entertainment venues
3 Star5€ to 10€
Irish Music Bar on the river Amstel
3 Star5€ to 10€
Amsterdam's cafe/restaurant that could be mistaken for a factory
3 Star5€ to 10€
Club and restaurant in the east of Amsterdam
3 Star5€ to 10€
Amsterdam's nightclub in an old church
3 Star5€ to 10€
An innovative music venue next to the Leidseplein.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Amsterdam's chilled out DJ cafe
3 Star5€ to 10€
A lavishly decorated night club, with its own Chinese restaurant.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Amsterdam's first mega club
3 Star5€ to 10€
An up market clubbing venue set near the Leidseplein.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Nightclub in the Jordaan quarter

Side Trips near Amsterdam

4 Star10€ to 20€
Muiderslot is a medieval castle first construction in 1280.
3 StarFree
The Hague is only 40 km south of Amsterdam. It is a city rich in culture and history.
3 StarFree
Rotterdam is Europe’s largest trading port, approximately 52 kilometers south of Amsterdam..
3 StarFree
Utrecht is the fourth largest city in the Netherlands. It is within an easy one hour commute from Amsterdam.
4 StarFree
Zandvoort is a popular seaside town located close to Amsterdam alongside the North Sea.

Miscellaneous

3 Star5€ to 10€
Amsterdam Historical Museum chronicles the history of the city from its humble beginnings in the 13th to contemporary times.
4 Star10€ to 20€
Artis Zoo is the oldest zoo in Amsterdam.
3 StarFree
Begijnhof is the oldest enclosed courtyard remaining in Amsterdam.
3 Star5€ to 10€
A fascinating canal-side museum dedicated to the holy book.
4 Star5€ to 10€
Brouwerij ‘t IJ is the smallest brewery in Amsterdam.

Castles and Cathedrals

4 Star5€ to 10€
The Royal Palace of Amsterdam was constructed in the middle of the 17th Century. Although owned by the city of Amsterdam, it is still used for royal functions and ceremonies.
4 Star10€ to 20€
Muiderslot is a medieval castle first construction in 1280.
4 StarFree
Amsterdam's transport hub for trains, the metro, buses, trams and even ferries.

Churches and Cathedrals

3 StarFree
Saint Nicholas Church was constructed in the late 19th century.
3 StarFree
One of the most historic churches in Amsterdam.
3 StarFree
The South Church was built in the early 17th Century. It was the first Protestant Church commissioned by the Dutch Reformed Church.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Nieuwe Kerk is a historical 15th century church which is mainly used to host international exhibits showcasing cultures and religions from around the world.
3 StarFree
Protestant Church close to the Central Station
3 StarFree
One of the Netherlands most historic Churches.
3 StarFree
Begijnhof is the oldest enclosed courtyard remaining in Amsterdam.
3 StarOver 20€
The most famous Concert Hall in the Netherlands.
3 Star1€ to 5€
An interesting and risqué insight into the history of erotica.

Famous Squares and Streets

5 StarFree
Dam Square is a buzzing town square in Amsterdam's historical city centre.
3 StarFree
A square in Amsterdam renowned for its nightlife and theatres.
3 StarFree
One of Amsterdams most bustling marketplaces.
3 Star5€ to 10€
The Hash Marihuana Hemp Museum is solely dedicated to all things to do with cannabis.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Hortus Botanicus is the oldest botanical garden in the Netherlands and also one of the oldest in the world.
3 Star5€ to 10€
A museum devoted to Jewish history and culture.
3 Star1€ to 5€
The Cat Museum is devoted to all artwork involving cats.
4 Star5€ to 10€
The Royal Palace of Amsterdam was constructed in the middle of the 17th Century. Although owned by the city of Amsterdam, it is still used for royal functions and ceremonies.
3 StarFree
A square in Amsterdam renowned for its nightlife and theatres.
4 StarOver 20€
Madame Tussauds is a world famous waxwork museum
2 StarFree
Amsterdam's most historic medieval Tower.

Monuments and Memorials

2 StarFree
Amsterdam's most historic medieval Tower.
2 StarFree
Munttoren is the only remaining part of Amsterdam’s original city gates.
2 StarFree
Munttoren is the only remaining part of Amsterdam’s original city gates.

Museums and Galleries

5 Star10€ to 20€
The Rijksmuseum is the Netherlands largest art and history museum.
4 Star5€ to 10€
Amstelkring Museum is a well preserved example of a 16th century Dutch canal house with the added bonus of having a magnificent Catholic Church hidden in its attic.
3 Star1€ to 5€
An interesting and risqué insight into the history of erotica.
3 Star1€ to 5€
A museum tracking the history of sex and pornography.
5 Star5€ to 10€
Van Gogh Museum contains the world’s largest collection of Van Gogh artwork as well as other works of his 19th century contemporaries.
4 Star5€ to 10€
An intriguing building that houses an impressive collection of Rembrandt’s works.
5 Star5€ to 10€
The Anne Frank House museum is dedicated to the lives of Anne Frank, her family and friends who secretly hid from the Nazis from 1942 to 1945.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Tropenmuseum is a museum dedicated to the lives of people who inhabit the tropical and subtropical regions of the world.
4 Star10€ to 20€
NEMO Science Center is the largest science center in the Netherlands.
4 Star5€ to 10€
A museum telling the story of Dutch Resistance during World War Two.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Amsterdam Historical Museum chronicles the history of the city from its humble beginnings in the 13th to contemporary times.
3 Star5€ to 10€
A museum devoted to Jewish history and culture.
3 Star1€ to 5€
A look at one of the more gruesome museums in Amsterdam.
3 Star5€ to 10€
A fascinating canal-side museum dedicated to the holy book.
3 StarFree
The Schuttersgalerij (Civic Guards Gallery) houses a collection of portraits of prominent Amsterdam citizens.
3 Star5€ to 10€
The Hash Marihuana Hemp Museum is solely dedicated to all things to do with cannabis.
3 StarOver 20€
The Muziektheater is a performing arts center, which houses the National Netherland’s Opera, the National Ballet and the Holland Symphony Orchestra. It also incorporates the City Town Hall.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Nieuwe Kerk is a historical 15th century church which is mainly used to host international exhibits showcasing cultures and religions from around the world.
3 StarFree
Protestant Church close to the Central Station
2 StarFree
The Olympic Stadium was constructed for the 1928 summer Olympics.
3 StarFree
One of the most historic churches in Amsterdam.
4 Star5€ to 10€
An intriguing building that houses an impressive collection of Rembrandt’s works.
3 StarFree
The Schuttersgalerij (Civic Guards Gallery) houses a collection of portraits of prominent Amsterdam citizens.
3 Star1€ to 5€
A museum tracking the history of sex and pornography.
3 StarFree
Saint Nicholas Church was constructed in the late 19th century.
4 StarOver 20€
A light hearted look at Amsterdam's more gruesome past.
3 Star1€ to 5€
A look at one of the more gruesome museums in Amsterdam.
3 Star5€ to 10€
Tropenmuseum is a museum dedicated to the lives of people who inhabit the tropical and subtropical regions of the world.
3 StarFree
One of Amsterdams most bustling marketplaces.
3 StarFree
One of the Netherlands most historic Churches.
3 StarFree
The South Church was built in the early 17th Century. It was the first Protestant Church commissioned by the Dutch Reformed Church.
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