This post provides details about all the best museums to visit in Amsterdam, including information about ticket prices and how to save money on admission.
We’ve organized all of the museums based on the subject or topic on which they focus.
Arts & Architecture Museums
Some of the greatest artists in history either came from Amsterdam or lived in the area, so the city is full of noteworthy museums filled with significant and historic works of art.
There are also a few modern art and even street art museums in the city, as well as a few locations focused on photography.
No matter what type of art you enjoy, chances are you’ll find a museum to visit in Amsterdam.
Best of all, most of the museums listed below are included on at least one Amsterdam discount pass!
The Rijksmuseum is the national museum of the Netherlands which is dedicated to Dutch arts and history.
The museum tells 800 years of Dutch history from the 13th century till now.
It also houses the Rijksmuseum Research Library which is the largest public art research library in the Netherlands.
Some of the notable arts of this museum include The Night Watch (1642) by Rembrandt, Girl in a Blue Dress (1641) by Johannes Cornelisz Verspronck, Shivaji's portrait (1680s) and The Threatened Swan (c. 1650) by Jan Asselijn.
Admission to this museum is included with the Go City Amsterdam Pass and Explorer Pass. Read our full post covering the Rijksmuseum for more information.
The Moco Museum is an independent museum dedicated to the display of modern, contemporary and street art collections.
This museum has one more branch situated in Barcelona, Spain.
The museum was established with the goals of bringing younger, larger audiences and opening up art to the general public.
Collection include work of artists like Basquiat, Banksy, Icy & Sot, JR, KAWS, Keith Haring, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Yayoi Kusama, THE KID, teamLab, Andy Warhol, Studio Irma, and so many more!
Tickets to the Moco Museum are included with both the Go City Amsterdam Pass and Explorer Pass.
Located at the Museum Square in the Amsterdam South borough, Stedelijk is a museum for modern art, contemporary art, and design.
The collection features modern and contemporary art collectibles from the early 20th century up to the 21st century.
The Stedelijk collection is divided into various categories like painting, sculpture, posters, photography, industrial design, artist books and so on.
Artists like Vincent van Gogh, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Marc Chagall, Jackson Pollock, Henri Matisse, Karel Appel, Andy Warhol, Wassily Kandinsky, Marlene Dumas, Willem de Kooning, Lucio Fontana, and Gilbert & George are up on display in this museum.
If you have the I Amsterdam City Card, you can actually get admission to the Stedelijk Museum for free!
Cobra Museum of Modern Art
It is an art museum located in the Amstelveen area of the Netherlands.
The exhibits consist of key works by artists associated with three art movements, Vrij Beelden (1945), Cobra (1948–1951), and Creatie (1950–1955).
Also, the museum organizes temporary exhibitions by new and experimental artists from national and international origin.
Tickets are free if you have the I Amsterdam City Card.
Van Gogh Museum
The Van Gogh Museum is a Dutch art museum which primarily focuses on the works of Vincent van Gogh and his contemporaries.
With 200 paintings, 400 drawings, and 700 letters in the museum, it is the largest Van Gogh collection in the world.
Some of the notable works displayed in the museum include The Potato Eaters, Skull of a Skeleton with Burning Cigarette, Wheat Field with a Lark, Almond Blossoms and so on.
This museum is included on the I Amsterdam City Card at no additional cost. For more details about visiting, please read our full post covering Van Gogh Museum.
It is a photography museum and also the first one of its kind in the Netherlands.
The museum got its name from the building in which it is housed and the residence was built around 1665 for French merchant Issac Focquier.
Currently, the museum has 14 exhibition spaces and it also has a photography library and a garden house.
Visitors who have the I Amsterdam City Card can get in for free!
Eye Film Museum
It is a film archive, museum, and cinema that preserves and presents both Dutch and foreign films screened in the Netherlands.
The museum manages 54,000 films from all types of genres.
This museum is also engaged in the restorations of previously lost films like Beyond the Rocks (1922), The Seashell and the Clergyman (1928) and Shoes (1916).
They also have an exhibition space, a shop, a floor for educational activities and a bar-restaurant for visitors.
Admission is free for anyone who has an I Amsterdam City Card.
Rembrandt House Museum
It is a museum located in a former house in the Jodenbreestraat, which was built in the year 1606.
The museum got its name from its former owner, a well known Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn, who occupied the house between 1639 and 1658.
The museum has a large collection of not only paintings and drawings, but it also features all of Rembrandt's etchings collection.
Admission to this location is included at no additional cost with the I Amsterdam City Card, the Go City Amsterdam Pass, and the Explorer Pass.
It is an art and graffiti museum which showcases work of some big names and upcoming talents all over the world.
Presently the museum has 160 artworks of more than 150 artists.
The museum offers guided tours and educational opportunities to answer all the questions related to your favorite street art.
Tickets to STRAAT are discounted with the I Amsterdam City Card.
Named after the company Nederlandsche Dok en Scheepsbouw Maatschappij, It was a former shipyard which is used to build and repair ships by the docks.
It now serves as a huge cultural hotspot with a variety of bars and restaurants.
It hosts a variety of events like festivals, performances, dance parties, exhibitions and some other cultural events in a post-industrial environment.
W139 is a venue for the production and display of modern art.
It was founded in the year 1979 by five young artists who wanted to start a movement against the closed world of commercial arts and museum spaces.
The museum gives artists the time and space for unrestricted experiments in the center of Amsterdam.
Founded in 1975, It is a contemporary art center.
The primary activities of De Appel include exhibitions, publications, and discourse events.
De Appel gives artists and sympathizers the opportunity and place to raise important issues.
Founded in 1864, the Tropenmuseum is an ethnographic museum located in Amsterdam.
The museum, one of the biggest in Amsterdam, houses eight permanent exhibitions as well as a steady stream of temporary exhibitions featuring both contemporary and classic visual arts and photographic works.
Each exhibit tells a human story and embodies a universal theme such as celebration, mourning, decoration, prayer, love and conflict.
The museum has 175,000 objects, 155,000 photographs and 10,000 miscellaneous drawings, paintings, and documents on display.
Admission is included at no extra cost with the I Amsterdam City Card.
Museum Van Loon
Named after the Van Loon family who lived in the house from the 19th century, Museum Van Loon is located in a canalside house in Amsterdam.
A large collection of paintings, elegant furniture, priceless silver, and porcelain from various eras showcase the rich lifestyle of the merchant families that used to live in Amsterdam.
The lives of former house staff can also be witnessed by the original uniforms, kitchen objects and utensils kept in the basement of this house.
The museum also has a family archive which contains documents and photographs.
If you have the I Amsterdam City Card, you can get in for free!
Amsterdam Museum Schuttersgalerij
It is a freely accessible museum which showcases 15 colossal portraits of the Civic guards from the 17th century.
Gallery is located in a passageway between the Kalverstraat and the Begijnhof.
The portraits showcase the rich city residents who used to be a part of the Civic Guard and would spend their free time on a shooting range honing their musket shooting skills.
Open Space Contemporary Art Museum
Open Space Contemporary Art Museum, commonly known as OSCAM, is a museum for art, fashion, design, craftsmanship, and innovation.
Through impressive exhibitions of fine art, fashion, and design featuring both established and up-and-coming artists, they hope to inspire and raise interest in the arts.
Architecture Center Amsterdam
Founded in 1986, this center focuses on architecture, urban design, and landscape architecture.
It is the oldest and largest center of its kind in all of the Netherlands.
Arcam provides details about the Amsterdam architecture.
The institute makes this material available through a variety of channels, such as guided tours, crash courses, and Architecture Guides.
The museum also hosts both temporary and ongoing types of exhibitions.
Foam Photography Museum
It is a photography museum located in the Keizersgracht area of Amsterdam.
At any moment, the museum hosts four separate exhibitions featuring various photographic genres, such as documentary, fine art, and fashion.
In addition to the large exhibitions by well known photographers, Foam also displays the work of younger artists in smaller exhibitions.
The museum has a restaurant, a bookstore, a library, and a business gallery called Foam Editions.
This museum also publishes a quarterly international quarterly photographic journal named Foam Magazine.
Admission is included with the I Amsterdam City Card.
The Hermitage Amsterdam is a satellite museum of the Hermitage Museum located in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
The museum has two permanent exhibits, one explores the relationship between the Netherlands and Russia, and the other explores the development of the Amstelhof structure.
Temporary exhibitions typically last six months.
Works of some of the greatest 17th century artists like 𝐑𝐞𝐦𝐛𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐝𝐭 𝐯𝐚𝐧 𝐑𝐢𝐣𝐧, 𝐏𝐢𝐞𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝐋𝐚𝐬𝐭𝐦𝐚𝐧, 𝐂𝐚𝐫𝐞𝐥 𝐅𝐚𝐛𝐫𝐢𝐭𝐢𝐮𝐬 and 𝐀𝐫𝐞𝐧𝐭 𝐝𝐞 𝐆𝐞𝐥𝐝𝐞𝐫, and their contemporaries like 𝐉𝐚𝐧 𝐋𝐢𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐧𝐬, 𝐅𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐬 𝐯𝐚𝐧 𝐌𝐢𝐞𝐫𝐢𝐬 and 𝐉𝐚𝐧 𝐒𝐭𝐞𝐞𝐧 are on display in the museum.
The I Amsterdam City Card includes admission to this museum.
This museum provides a brand-new immersive experience and takes the visitors on a head to heart journey that spans from seven distinct environments equipped with cutting-edge audiovisual equipment.
While moving through the labyrinth, visitors find the experience dramatic, participatory, or relaxing.
The labyrinth is intended to induce euphoria and allow people to feel their most authentic feelings.
Science & Technology Museums
Although there aren’t as many science and technology museums in Amsterdam, there is at least one major location you’ll probably want to visit, and a few others that may pique your interest.
NEMO Science Museum
It is a science center located in the Oosterdokseiland neighborhood in the Amsterdam-Centrum borough.
The museum has more than 19000 artifacts showcasing the relationship between humankind and energy.
Their collection is divided into four categories. These categories are Lighting, Electrical Engineering, Energy Generation and Storage, and Technology at Home.
Tickets to the NEMO Science Museum are included at no extra cost with the I Amsterdam City Card.
Computer Museum in Amsterdam
This museum is dedicated exclusively to computers and was established in 1991 at the University of Amsterdam.
The Computer Museum shows how computer technology has advanced and been used from World War II to the present. Most of the machines are in working condition.
The collection comprises slide rules, table books, mechanical, electromechanical, and electronic calculators to demonstrate how scientific computing was done before the invention of computers.
Micropia is one of its kind museums that showcases the world of microorganisms.
The museum spreads knowledge about microorganisms, which, despite playing a crucial role in how humans live their daily lives, are frequently linked to illness and disease.
The museum wants to establish a positive view about microbes and also wants to become a worldwide platform for microbiology.
Exhibits in the museum use both living microbes and virtual representations to focus on the existence of microbes in daily life.
Tickets are included with the I Amsterdam City Card at no additional cost.
Body Worlds is an exhibit featuring dissected humans, animals, and other anatomical elements of the body that have been plastinated to preserve them.
In the late 1970s, Gunther von Hagens created the preservation technique that unites subtle anatomy and modern polymer chemistry.
It is the first museum in the Netherlands which is dedicated to new media art.
The museum concentrates on art that reflects the present day by utilizing modern tools.
The thinking behind the museum is that the methods of artistic expression are a reflection of the times in which we live.
The museum showcases large-scale art installations and ambitious commissions by renowned and upcoming artists, technologists, designers and scientists.
If you have an I Amsterdam City Card, you can use it to get a discount on tickets.
Planetarium at Artis Zoo
Located in the zoo complex in the city, the planetarium gives the visitors an adventure in space.
Through impressive and unique exhibits, visitors can discover a lot about the cosmos, galaxies, and of course, the earth.
Daily spectacular performances in the planetarium feature observations of the solar system and other celestial bodies where viewers may embark on a wonderful space voyage and feel what it's like to be an astronaut.
WW2 & History Museums
Amsterdam is a very old city with a rich and sometimes troubling history. Thankfully, there are several museums in the area which cover the most notable and historic aspects of Amsterdam’s past.
While some locations focus on WW2 and the Holocaust, others are about earlier periods of history or the advancement of specific items that played an important role in the development of the city.
TIP: Don’t forget that a lot of these attractions are free to visit with various Amsterdam discount passes!
Founded in 1926, the museum welcomes all the residents and tourists to become co-owners of the city.
The art and heritage collection of this museum houses more than 100,000 objects.
A large part of the collection is owned by the city of Amsterdam, so the exhibits remain permanently available as a source of research and inspiration.
Anne Frank House
The Anne Frank House is a museum and writer's residence honoring her memory.
It maintains the hiding location, has a permanent display on Anne Frank's life and times, and offers a room for exhibitions on all types of prejudice and persecution.
The museum has the original red checked diary of Anne Frank which she received on her 13th birthday.
A film is also shown as a part of the exhibition in which 22 authors, performers, tourists, and those who knew Anne talk about what she has meant to them.
For more details about this attraction, check our post covering the Anne Frank House.
This Is Holland
This attraction offers an ultimate flying experience with the 5D flight experience.
Visitors get the best flight experience with sounds and smell effects.
This 9 minute journey takes the visitors over 22 real destinations in the Netherlands on the longest and most magnificent 5D flight experience in Europe.
Admission to this attraction is included at no additional cost with the Go City Amsterdam Pass and Explorer Pass.
This Houseboat Museum gives one of a kind experience on a real houseboat.
This is also the world's only Houseboat Museum!
On board, you can observe how this real barge was transformed into a cozy houseboat, complete with an actual skipper's quarters, a roomy living area, a kitchen, and a bathroom.
Jewish Museum is a museum devoted to Jewish history, culture, and religion both in the Netherlands and around the world.
This museum is a part of Jewish Cultural Quarter. It is also the only museum in the city dedicated to Jewish history.
The museum collection includes 11,000 art objects and historical objects and only 5 percent of objects are on display at one time.
Admission is included at no additional cost with the I Amsterdam City Card.
Our Lord in the Attic Museum
Located in the heart of Amsterdam, it is a canal house, house church, and museum from the 17th century.
The Catholic Church was built on the top three floors of the canal house during the 1660s.
It houses the front room, the between room, the hall, the church, the Lady chapel, the confessional, the Jaap Leeuwenberg hall, and the 17th-century kitchen.
The collection tells the story of Amsterdam’s 750 years of Catholic history.
Amsterdam City Archives
The Amsterdam City Archives is a repository for records relating to the city's past and serves as a source of knowledge.
With a total shelf length of 50 km, it is the largest municipal archive in the world.
Temporary exhibits are frequently held in the Archives, while the Amsterdam Treasure Room houses important documents that are on permanent display.
Allard Pierson Museum of Antiques
It is the archaeological museum located in the University of Amsterdam.
Exhibits include artifacts from the ancient civilizations of Egypt, the Near East, the Greek, Etruria, and the Roman Empire.
Art objects and utensils from 4000 BC to 500 AD are showcased in this museum.
The Ancient Egypt exhibition has mummies, sarcophagi, and it also runs a film showcasing the process of mummification.
If you have the I Amsterdam City Card, admission to this museum is free!
National Maritime Museum
The museum is dedicated to maritime history and numerous artifacts associated with shipping and sailing are housed in the museum.
Paintings, scale models, weapons and world maps can be found in the collection.
The paintings show historical sea battles and Dutch naval figures like Michiel de Ruyter.
Works of 17th-century cartographers Willem Blaeu and his son Joan Blaeu are represented in the map collection.
Royal Palace Amsterdam
It is one of the three palaces in the Netherlands which can be used by the monarch by the act of parliament.
It was originally built as the city hall during the 17th century.
The Citizen's Hall and marble galleries at the center of the structure still reflect the magnificence of the Golden Age.
Famous painters such as Govert Flinck and Ferdinand Bol, who were disciples of Rembrandt, created sculptures and paintings that depict Amsterdam as the center of the cosmos.
Museum of the Canals
Museum of canals is the perfect way to know more about the canal ring of the city of Amsterdam.
The museum explores the city expansion initiatives of the 17th century that resulted in Amsterdam's ring of canals.
Visitors get a different experience while exploring the city streets or enjoying a canal tour after seeing the interactive exhibits.
This museum is located on the Herengracht in Amsterdam.
The museum was originally a house built around 1685 for Jacob Hop, mayor of Amsterdam.
Museum has a large collection of art and objects, and also has beautifully designed period rooms.
The room also contains a number of ornamental paintings by Jacob de Wit which were acquired from other houses in Amsterdam.
The Dutch Resistance Museum tells the story of the Dutch people in World War II.
The museum showcases the life of Dutch people during the reign of Nazi Germany over the Netherlands from 14 May 1940 to 5 May 1945.
The museum's ongoing displays replicate the feel of Amsterdam's streets during the German occupation of the city during World War II.
Large images, vintage posters, items, movies, and sounds from that horrible era aid in recreating the scene. Visitors also get to see a visual representation of the Holocaust's history.
Admission is included for free with the I Amsterdam City Card.
Jewish Cultural Quarter/Holocaust Memorial
This theater was used during the Second World War by the German occupiers as a detention center for Jews who had been ordered to report for transportation.
From here, tens of thousands of men, women, and kids were sent to concentration camps.
After the war, it was transformed into a place of remembrance and reflection.
Electric Tram Museum Amsterdam
Established in 1975, this museum on rails was the idea of a group of fanatics who restored old electric trams from the beginning of the 20th century to run on a separate tram line from Amsterdam to Amstelveen.
Today, historic trains from several cities like Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Den Haag, Groningen, Utrecht, Vienna, Graz, and Prague are on display at the Electric Tram Line Museum.
Most of the trains are over 70 years old, and all of the historical signs and their original colors are preserved.
The New Church
The New Church is a 15th-century church located on Dam Square, next to the Royal Palace
It now serves as an exhibition venue rather than a place of worship.
The church was damaged by the city fires of 1421 and 1452, and it almost completely burned down in 1645. It was then reconstructed in the Gothic style.
In addition to the church's stained-glass windows, visitors can view the ornate altar, arched nave, large pipe organ, sepulchral monuments, and the tomb of the highly regarded Dutch admiral Michiel de Ruyter (1607–1676).
The Old Church
This historic location has the honor of being the oldest building in the city of Amsterdam.
The largest medieval wooden vault in Europe is found in the Old church ceiling.
The oak planks from Estonia, which date back to 1390, have some of the greatest acoustics in all of Europe.
It now serves as a hub for modern art and history.
A permanent exhibit about the church's history and the history of Amsterdam can also be found in the church.
It is a series of canal houses located on the Herengracht in Amsterdam.
The houses were designed by the dutch architect Philips Vingboons in the style of Dutch Classicism.
The house got its name from its previous owner Jacob Cromhout.
The buildings have been protected as state monuments since 1970 and it also houses the Biblical Museum since 1975.
It is a horror theater show which brings to life 500 years of Dutch dark history.
The majority of the performance takes place in nearly total darkness, while historical events like medieval torture, the plague, Rembrandt's studio with human corpse vivisection, or a voyage on a Dutch Far East Company sailing ship are depicted with only a few dusty props.
Gardens & Parks
There are plenty of parks you can visit in and around Amsterdam, but some of them are so large and impressive that they could almost be considered natural museums.
If you’re looking to experience the natural beauty surrounding this city, consider visiting one of the locations listed in this section.
ARTIS Zoo and botanical garden is located in the middle of Amsterdam. This location holds the title of the oldest zoo in the Netherlands.
In addition to the zoo, Artis also houses the Groote Museum, Micropia, an aquarium, a planetarium, and an arboretum.
There are 27 historically noteworthy structures in the zoo, the majority of which are still in use as animal enclosures.
Amsterdam Tulip Museum
It is a privately owned museum which features exhibits about tulips.
Exhibits in the museum trace the history of tulips from its origin in the Himalayan breeding grounds to the court of the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent.
Visitors are taken on a voyage through several eras during the cherished tulip's around-the-world adventure thanks to a selection of carefully chosen images, films, and exquisitely designed scenes.
The Go City Amsterdam Pass and Explorer Pass both provide admission to this museum.
Also known as the Garden of Europe, Keukenhof is one of the world's largest flower gardens.
It is spread across the area of 79 acres and approximately 7 million flower bulbs are planted in the gardens annually.
Although tulips are the most famous flower in Keukenhof, there are many other flower breeds there as well, such as hyacinths, daffodils, lilies, roses, carnations, and irises.
The park also offers guided tours, boat rides and cycling tours to the visitors.
Both admission to the garden and a coach transfer from Amsterdam are included at no additional cost with the Go City Amsterdam Pass and the Explorer Pass.
Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam
Located in the Plantage neighborhood of Amsterdam, Hortus Botanicus is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world.
It was founded to serve as a herb garden for doctors in 1638 as botanical extracts were the primary source of treatment in those times.
The collection is famous for its rich flora and some of the species found are also categorized as endangered species.
The garden also has 2 halls, which are used for conferences and ceremonies, and 1 cafe.
It is an observation deck which provides an unparalleled view of the city of Amsterdam.
Visitors get to see famous canals, unique landscapes, ports and historical centers of the city.
It also features an state-of-the-art exhibition and a free audio tour which tells about the history and culture of Amsterdam.
There is also a virtual reality ride which takes the visitors on a rollercoaster ride through the city!
Tickets are included with both the Go City Amsterdam Pass and the Explorer Pass.
Fashion & Oddities
In addition to all of the more traditional museums in Amsterdam, there are also a lot of collections and exhibitions that focus on random subjects or items that aren’t always covered at other locations.
If you’re interested in learning about some of the lesser discussed aspects of the city (such as the Red Light District or Coffee Shops), consider visiting one of the attractions listed below.
Ripley’s Believe it or Not!
The most extraordinary collection of natural, scientific, artistic, and human oddities is on display in this museum.
In an effort to conserve these treasures for future generations, the magnificent five-story Ripley's Believe it or Not Amsterdam combines the essence of ancient civilizations and modern art.
Madame Tussauds is a wax museum founded in 1835 by French wax sculptor Marie Tussaud in London, spawning similar museums in major cities around the world.
Madame Tussauds is a major tourist attraction, displaying the waxworks of famous and historical figures, as well as popular film and television characters.
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
It is a museum dedicated to smoking pipes, tobacco and related products.
The museum has over 25,000 artifacts that contain a variety of smoking pipes and utensils used in all parts of the world.
Tickets are included at no additional cost with the Go City Amsterdam Pass and the Explorer Pass.
The Heineken Experience is a historical brewery and corporate tourist center for Heineken beer that is sold all over the world.
The purpose of the brewery tour is to inform the general public about the pilsner brewing process and to bring the Heineken product and brand to life.
The attraction also has a collection of photographs, films, documents, archives, and advertisements, that tells the stories about brewing and beer culture.
This activity is included at no additional cost with both the Go City Amsterdam Pass and Explorer Pass. For more information, check our full post covering the Heineken Experience.
House of Bols
House of Bols offers the opportunity to feel, taste, and smell your way through the best cocktail's hidden secrets.
During this interactive cocktail and genever experience at The House of Bols, Visitors learn everything there is to know about how genever took over the globe during the Golden Age.
The award-winning cocktail and genever experience is the ideal fusion of tradition and history in a stylish, contemporary setting.
This attraction is included at no additional cost with the Go City Amsterdam Pass and the Explorer Pass.
It is a specialized condom shop which offers a wide selection, expert information and good service to the customers.
The aim is to break the taboo surrounding the sale of condoms in order to convey accurate information about the many types and sizes available.
Red Light Secrets Museum
It is the world’s first and only prostitution museum that lets you see behind the scenes of the world’s oldest profession.
Visitors get to see a brothel in its original form in one of Amsterdam's oldest structures.
One can see the rooms, read the prostitutes' personal stories, and discover all the details of this profession.
If you want to learn more about this subject, consider taking a Red Light District tour!
Cannabis College Amsterdam
Since 1998, Cannabis College has offered guidance on the safe consumption of both recreational and medical cannabis.
Numerous private courses and seminars on the various facets of cannabis are available through this College.
The basement of the building has an organic blooming cannabis garden which is grown using some of the most dependable strains and popular organic nutrients.
If you’re interested in this topic, consider taking an Amsterdam Coffee Shop tour.
Museum of Bags and Purses
Note: this museum is now closed permanently.
It was a museum devoted to bags, purses, and related accessories. It housed one of the largest collections of bags and purses.
The museum had over 5,000 items which dates back to the sixteenth century.
Sexmuseum Amsterdam Venustempel
As the name suggests, it is a sex museum which throws light on the sexuality of humanity.
The museum has a sizable collection of images, audio recordings, photographs, paintings, and artifacts that visitors may explore to learn more about how human sexuality has changed over ages.
The development of sex throughout human history is shown in exhibits.
Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum
Devoted to cannabis and its numerous applications, this museum provides information to visitors on the traditional and contemporary uses of cannabis for health, religion, and culture.
The museum also emphasizes on the industrial and agricultural applications of hemp, including the creation of clothing accessories and cosmetics from hemp fiber.
A real cannabis garden in various stages of development, collections of pipes and roach clips and several other accessories created from the industrial crop are all featured in this museum.
GASSAN Diamonds is located in a beautifully restored diamond factory which was originally run by steam and was built in 1879.
Visitors can take the tours where they can see the diamond polishers at their work, while multilingual guides explain where diamonds are mined and how rough diamonds turn into dazzling stones.
It is a museum located in the Museumplein area of Amsterdam.
The Diamond Museum display enlightens the visitor on the geological formation of diamonds, the history of human fascination with diamonds, and how diamonds became not only a symbol of wealth, but also of beauty and power.
Admission is covered by the Go City Amsterdam Pass and the Explorer Pass.