About The Amsterdam Museum:
Seeking a proper retelling of Amsterdam's rich history? Consider moving the Amsterdam Museum a few steps up your itinerary list. Established in 1926 on the site of a former orphanage, this attraction houses a vast civil and anthropological collection. Come and discover what makes Amsterdam tick as you examine the city's history from the Middle Ages right through to the present day!
The experience consists of a plethora of photographs, archaeological findings, and paintings. You can also check out a replica of the Café ‘t Mandje, one of the city's most famous pubs. The museum is situated in the bustling heart of the capital, and is open every day until late.
- All Year Round, Daily | Except Apr 27 and Dec 25.
- Exhibition audio guide: English, Dutch, French, German, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish and Italian.
- 10:00 to 17:00.
- On December 5th, 24th and 31st the museum closes at 16:00.
- On January 1st it closes at 17:00.
- Kalverstraat 92, 1012 PH Amsterdam.
- Average visits to the Amsterdam Museum last approximately 1.5 hour.
Impaired Mobility | The Amsterdam Museum is fully accessible to non-electric wheelchair users. However, for safety reasons, it is not accessible to mobility scooters. Wheelchairs and foldable seats are available for rent. They can be reserved by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org or calling + (0)20 5231 730.
Impaired Sight | Guide dogs are permitted inside the museum.
- Disabled Toilets.
- Visitors are required to store backpacks and umbrellas in the cloakroom or lockers near the entrance.
15 minute walk south from Amsterdam Central Station.
Trams 1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 14 and 16 (Spui Stop).