Museums | Culter


Amsterdam is resident to more than 40 museums and galleries showcasing the city's cultural mixture and appealing to a wide scale of interests, from the smallest specialist studio to some of the glorious European art collections in the globe.

Van Gogh Museum –

Home of the world's biggest collection of van Gogh's masterpieces containing 700 works and 850 letters, from his early paintings in the Netherlands to the late

drawings in Provence. Address : Paulus Potterstraat 7, 1071 CX, Amsterdam

Anne Frank House -

In 1957 the house renovated by the Anne Frank Foundation who have established it to give an idea of the conditions in which the persecuted ones existed. Address : Prinsengracht 263, Amsterdam

Rembrandt House –

Resident of Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn and his wife Saskia during the 17th century, this is the place where the master-painter created some of his most well-known pieces. Address: Jodenbreestraat 4-6, Amsterdam

Resistance Museum -

The museum showcases a display of Dutch Resistance in the time of the 2nd World War through a glorious collection of artifacts, notes and interactive displays. Address: Plantage Kerklaan 61a, 1018 CX, Amsterdam

Maritime Museum -

the Dutch Maritime Museum presents one of the globe's most fascinating maritime collections with a huge display, consisting of four centuries of Netherlands' naval heritage. Address: Kattenburgerplein 1, 1018 KK, Amsterdam

Hash Marijuana Hemp Museum -

The Hash Info Museum presents the 8,000-year heritage and many uses of soft-drugs, detailing the production of paper and textiles as well as the marijuana medicinal value. Address: Oudezijds Achterburgwal 148, Amsterdam

Sex Museum -

The Amsterdam Sex Museum reveals an extensive global collection of historical erotic and pornographic literature, documents and artifacts. Address: Damrak 18, Amsterdam

Rijksmuseum -

The Rijkmuseum collection presents paintings, prints, documents, sculpture and arts from the ancient ages to the present, detailing a comprehensive introduction of Netherlands' history. Address: Stadhouderskade 42, Amsterdam

Jewish Historical Museum -

the Jewish Historical Museum is at the same time a symbolic and historic monument of the resurrection of Jewish people and cultural life during World War II. Address: Jonas Daniel Meijerplein 2-4, 1011 RH, Amsterdam

Multatuli Museum -

A intimacy literary museum with a unique library by one of Netherlands' most famous writers, Eduard Douwes Dekker. Address: Korsjespoortsteeg 20, 1015 AR, Amsterdam