Booked accommodation? Then it’s time to plan fun outings! For example, go to a museum in Amsterdam. The most famous museums in Amsterdam are the Rijksmuseum, the Anne Frank Museum and the Stedelijk Museum. You have undoubtedly heard of these. But did you know that Amsterdam has much more museums to offer? Are you interested in the city, or do you want to know more about architecture, photography or (modern) art? You will find all of it in Amsterdam!
City Group Stay is happy to advise you on the best excursions and activities in Amsterdam and the surrounding area. We know the city through and through. Our taxi service is ready to take you to the location quickly and cheaply.
The largest and most famous museum in Amsterdam is the Rijksmuseum. The building itself is already a work of art. In any case, you will see Rembrandt’s masterpiece: The Night Watch. But also other masterpieces by, for example, Johannes Vermeer and Frans Hals. Several times a year, the Rijksmuseum presents major exhibitions and presentations.
During the Second World War, the Jewish Anne Frank and her family went into hiding for more than two years in the Secret Annex in Amsterdam. She kept a diary and wrote short stories about that period. The diary has now been translated into more than seventy languages. In the Anne Frank Museum, you will find the original diary. Apart from this, documents and objects belonging to Anne Frank and the other seven people in hiding are also on display. You will learn everything about her life, especially during the time of the Second World War.
There is often a long line at the entrance of the museum. If you order tickets in advance, you don’t have to wait in line.
NEMO Science Museum is for the young and old. You will be immersed in the world of science and technology. With exhibitions, experiments, demonstrations and workshops, you can experience how extraordinary everyday things are. Think of a light (bulb), washing machine and radio. Experience an educational and fun day with the family. You will find NEMO near Amsterdam Central Station.