Amsterdam

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Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier)
12 reviews
We think this may be the best museum in Amsterdam—unfortunately, so do a lot of other people. The lines can get pretty painful; to avoid them, reserve tickets on the museum’s website. — Let's Go
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Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier)
12 reviews
An unparalleled journey through 800 years of Dutch art and history from the Middle Ages to the present day. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
11 reviews
Located in the west end of Amsterdam’s canal belt, the Anne Frank House is open for hour-long tours. — Travel + Leisure
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Plantage & the East
9 reviews
In this house (ca. 1606), you get a more intimate sense of Rembrandt -- it's a shrine to one of the greatest artists the world has ever known. — Frommer's
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Red Light District (De Wallen)
9 reviews
With its elegant gray-and-white facade and spout gable, this appears to be just another lovely 17th-century canal house, and on the lower floors it is. — Fodor's
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Plantage & the East
9 reviews
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Centrum
8 reviews
You won't find any dusty relics here – the city's history museum covers the early years well, but just as interesting are the exhibits on the past century. — Lonely Planet
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Noordelijke IJ-oevers
7 reviews
Devoted to pioneering global filmmakers, but the architecturally curious will enjoy the audacious building. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier)
9 reviews
Built in 1895 to a neo-Renaissance design by AM Weissman, the Stedelijk Museum is the permanent home of the National Museum of Modern Art. — Lonely Planet
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Centrum
6 reviews
Five hundred years of maritime history is packed into the elegant Dutch classicist Admiralty Arsenal, built on the water in 1655 to stock and supply the vessels of the Golden Age. — The Telegraph
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Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
8 reviews
Built in the 1680s, this mansion was purchased in the 1850s by the Willet-Holthuysen family. — Time Out
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Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
7 reviews
From the outside, it is somewhat hard to believe that these ponderous premises were declaimed by poet and diplomat Constantijn Huygens as the "Eighth Wonder of the World". — Fodor's
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Red Light District (De Wallen)
9 reviews
Guides lead intriguing tours up into the tower. They depart every half hour. Prepare for lots of narrow stairs. — Lonely Planet
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Centrum
6 reviews
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Plantage & the East
6 reviews
This museum shows, in no uncertain terms, how much courage it takes to actively resist an adversary so ruthless that you can't trust neighbours, friends or even family. — Lonely Planet
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Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
9 reviews
Housed in a beautiful old canal-side home, Foam is the place to go in Amsterdam to see interesting photography of every medium—from both established photographers and up-and-comers. — goop
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Plantage & the East
6 reviews
The museum traces the history of Jews in the Netherlands, and displays ceremonial objects, but my visits are usually to see temporary exhibitions. — The Telegraph
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Centrum
6 reviews
Dating back to 1307, this quiet courtyard was once home to the lay sisterhood, the Beguines - women who lived a religious life but without taking vows. — Travel + Leisure
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Centrum
6 reviews
The church holds sepulchral monuments for many of Holland's most revered poets, among them Joost van den Vondel, and naval heroes. — Frommer's
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