Amsterdam

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Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier)
11 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)
10 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)
10 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
8 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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Plantage & the East
8 reviews
Opened in 2004 in the neoclassical Amstelhof, the Amsterdam branch of Russia's renowned State Hermitage museum recalls links between the two canal-threaded cities that date back centuries. — Frommer's
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Centrum
7 reviews
A note to all those historical museums around the world that struggle to present their exhibits in an engaging fashion: head here to see how it's done. — Time Out
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Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier)
8 reviews
Stylishly revamped after a long closure, the Stedelijk showcases modern and contemporary art from the huge municipal collection — The Telegraph
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Noordelijke IJ-oevers
6 reviews
Devoted to pioneering global filmmakers, but the architecturally curious will enjoy the audacious building. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Centrum
5 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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Red Light District (De Wallen)
5 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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Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
7 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
The elegant salons include many Van Loon portraits and possessions, including paintings known as witjes, illusionistic depictions of landscapes and other scenes. — Fodor's
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Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
5 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
8
Red Light District (De Wallen)
8 reviews
The Oude Kerk began life as a simple wooden chapel in 1306, but today rates as Amsterdam’s most interesting church — Time Out
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Plantage & the East
4 reviews
Film clips, sound recordings, images and objects commemorating the Second World War — Michelin Guide
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Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
8 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
5 reviews
Investigates Jewish life in Holland from myriad perspectives. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Centrum
4 reviews
A fount of science and technology, NEMO is housed in a swooping modern building in the Eastern Dock, designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
You have to head out to dull suburban Amstelveen south of Amsterdam to find this exciting museum. — Frommer's
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Centrum
4 reviews
Today, the cute but unremarkable chapel is an English Presbyterian church (the Belgians would be livid) and is open to respectful visitors. — Let's Go
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