Amsterdam attractions and things to do
Come and listen to automated pianos in possibly Amsterdam's quirkiest little museum.
Joods Historisch Museum
Insights into Amsterdam's Jewish community, in a museum spread over four historic synagogues.
Museum Het Rembrandthuis
Outstanding etchings and recreated rooms in the house where Rembrandt once lived.
Reopened in 2009 after major renovation, the Royal Palace has an awesomely opulent interior.
Museum Het Schip
This unusual apartment block is one of the best examples of Amsterdam School architecture.
The best views of the city are from the tower of Amsterdam's most famous church.
Museum Van Loon
Step back in time into a grand canal house as it might have looked in the Golden Age.
Tranquil, pristine spot in the middle of the city that dates back to the 14th century.
A leisurely boat tour along the canals is a touristy but relaxing way to explore Amsterdam.
Red Light District
Amsterdam's most notorious, and popular, attraction covers one of the oldest parts of the city.