Amsterdam Things to Do

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  • 76. Amsterdamse Bos

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This huge park to the South of the city of Amsterdam (and also bordering Amstelveen and Aalsmeer) is a quiet and green haven from the bustle of the city. If you love green spaces you'll want to come...

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  • 77. Cannabis College

    Hello, It is great that education is becoming available for medical marijuana since it is a need for so many patients around the United States. With the current trends in Medical Marijuana and...

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  • 78. Prinsengracht

    You are in Amsterdam and dont have money enough to visit places although you would like to do so, then this tip is your opportunity, to be acquainted with some Free Things to Do in...

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  • 79. Zuiderkerk

    4 out of 5 stars

    This 17th century protestant church in the Niewemarkt area is no longer used for services, but still used as a communal information centre. It has been painted by french artist Claude Monet and (a...

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  • 80. Tourist Office

    Here you can get Info about trams busses. The tourist guide and map with public transport system. also you can buy here 24, 48, 72 and 96 hours ticket think about a day ticket is 7 euros and valid on...

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  • 81. Trams

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    As I was staying near the Leidseplein I often took trams 1, 2 or 5. Special with these tramlines is that they pass in the very commercial and narrow Leidsestraat where they have to alternate because...

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  • 82. Marken

    To me it is always a pleasure to move out of the city and see something of the country side. Now our opportunity came with this very delightful tour. I must admit when I saw the double dekker bus and...

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  • 83. Tuschinski Theater

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    We just had to go to the movies after being told about this gorgeous little theatre. Luckily it was just around the corner from our hotel the De L'Europe and near the flower markets. We went to a...

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  • 84. Gabelstones

    “I am very much pleased with Holland. The Frugality, Cleanliness, &c. here, deserve the imitation of my Countrymen. The Fruit of these Virtues has been immense wealth, and great Prosperity.” — from a...

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  • 85. Volendam

    It is possible for anyone with reasonable fitness to be able to cycle to Isle of Marken and back in a day. For those who are a little more adventurous from Isle of Marken you can get a ferry accross...

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  • 86. EYE Film Museum

    The EYE Film Instituut Nederland Filmmuseum is the continuation of the former Dutch Historical Filmarchive. Now you can explore the old archives or enjoy the movies being shown. In april 2012 the...

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  • 87. Verzetsmuseum - Dutch Resistance Museum

    The Resistance Museum has been voted the best historic museum in the Netherlands, describing in detail the daily lives and resistance efforts of the Dutch while under Nazi rule. Using specific stories...

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  • 88. Oudemanhuispoort Book Market

    2 out of 5 stars

    In the courtyard next to Oudemanspoort I found this sculpture of two famous people: Vossius and Barlaeus. Gerhardus Johannes Vossius (1577-1649) was a son of a German theologist who fled Germany for...

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  • 89. Tulip Museum

    The Amsterdam Tulip Museum opened in 2006 and brings you the history of the flower that has played a major in the past of the Netherlands. Visiting hours: Tu-Su: 10AM - 6PM. Admission: Euro 4.00...

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  • 90. Allard Pierson Museum

    4 out of 5 stars

    Allard Pierson Museum is the archaeological museum of the University of Amsterdam. The museum is housed in a nice classical building formerly from the Nederlandsche Bank. Allard Pierson was a...

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  • 91. Stopera - Cityhall and Opera House

    On the train to Amsterdam I had a chat with two lovely young women who had just graduated from college in Florida. When I mentioned what I was planning on doing in Amsterdam one of them said: "I...

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  • 92. Seven Countries Houses

    Right in the middle of the Roemer Visscherstraat, only 3 minutes walk from Museumplein you can find a group of houses in the national styles of several countries aka the Seven Countries-Houses. The...

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  • 93. Cheese

    Remember to eat before you go - Dutch cheeses are delicious. The "grand old lady" makes the cheese and at the same time explains (in good English) all the phases. She also usually gives some pieces to...

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  • 94. Vodka Museum

    I discovered this museum, when I was walking at the Damrak. The museum looks not good from the outside but is a blast from the inside. I did the pro tour and get a very nice guide with me. She told me...

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  • 95. Singel Canal

    Everywhere you go, you won't be far from a canal in Amsterdam. They are not only beautiful and romantic, but also very practical means of transport for goods and people. The canals are also...

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  • 96. Churches

    The Duif (Dove) Church is located at the Prinsengracht and is easily overlooked. The history of the building goes back to 1796 when the construction of the Sint-Willibrorduskerk church started. This...

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  • 97. De Krijtberg

    Officially dedicated to St Francis Xavier, De Krijtberg is another Catholic church in Amsterdam. The actual elegant Neogothic edifice was constructed in 1883 by the architect Alfred Tepe. The church's...

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  • 98. Spui

    Once home of the Provos who used to dance madly round the statue to show their rebellion but it is now thought by some to be the cultural heart of the city. Various street markets turn up, including...

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  • 99. Bijbels Museum

    3 out of 5 stars

    Biblical Museum. Located on Herengracht in a group of stately mansions called the Cromhouthuizen. I was impressed by their collection of Bibles, and the model of the Temple Mount. "Archaeological...

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  • 100. Public Library - OBA

    Interesting because of the exciting new architecture, and the huge amount of books that can be found here! Visited in May 2009. Revisted in April 2014 with Jennie and had something to eat/drink at the...

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