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This fragrant museum in the heart of Amsterdam will show why the Dutch are crazy for tulips!

Visit the Amsterdam Tulip Museum with a zooFamily

Learn all about the cultural significance of the tulip in the Netherlands
Get an insight into the fascinating botany surrounding tulip
Peruse the gift shop and take home some pretty souvenirs

This quaint museum is located in a small canal house in the charming Jordaan neighborhood. It sits amidst intimate boutique shops, galleries, cafés and restaurants.
The small but dynamic museum captivates visitors all year round with varied exhibits by local artists dedicated to informing people about the special history of the tulip, which held some great economic power in the Dutch Golden Age during the mid-seventeenth century, including a phenomenon called 'Tulipomania'.
It is a great place to visit for the whole family, plus people generally interested in flowers and gardening, with the chance to purchase bulbs of all variations from the gift shop. Kids will also be fascinated by the beautifully decorated rooms, colourful pictures, and a fairy-tale-like depiction of the voyage of the tulip from Turkey to Holland carved in wood.
There is also a wonderful gift shop where you can find lots of tulip-themed souvenirs to take home for friends and family.
Please note: Not wheelchair friendly.

Did you know

The museum was founded and sponsored by a local bulb company
Despite being associated as Dutch, almost as much as windmills, tulips actually originate from Turkey
Myth has it that in the 17th-century tulips at one point cost more than houses
The Netherlands supposedly grow over 4 billion tulips each year
Tulips were once so valuable in the Netherlands that bulbs were traded in the stock exchange in 1636

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Experience life on board a real canal boat at the only houseboat museum in the world!

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Get a look into life on the canal
Brochure available in 20 languages
Purchase coffee tea or a soft drink in the 1950s-style Dutch lounge
Museum shop for souvenirs
Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top attractions in the city so make sure to check them out!

Located on the Prinsengracht canal in Amsterdam's central district of Jordaan, you'll find the Houseboat Museum on board the Hendrika Maria. This former cargo ship was built in 1914.
Venture on board and discover what life is like on a houseboat and how the ship was converted into comfortable living quarters. Explore the authentic skipper's quarters, sleeping bunks, spacious living room, kitchen, and bathroom.

The Hendrika Maria was originally used to transport sand, gravel, and coal until the 1960s. After it was converted, it was used as a private residence before becoming a museum!
Visitors can learn more with a self-guided tour, available in 20 languages. Please note that refreshments are available to purchase.

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Get an overview of smoking pipes throughout the ages from within this authentic 17th-century canal house

Step inside the Amsterdam Pipe Museum with zooFamily

Peruse the private collection of one of the world's most dedicated pipe collectors
See the oldest known pipe in the world, thought to date from 550 BC
Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top attractions in the city so make sure to check them out!
The exhibition covers a period of 2,500 years and includes exciting objects from five continents. Take a private tour through the collector’s house for an unexpected experience!
The museum’s display contains the pipe’s origins in Central-American, as far back as 500 BC. The collection includes varieties like the famous Gouda churchwarden and artistic pipes carved in meerschaum and wood. German porcelain pipe bowls with hand-painted miniatures and French pipes with portraits of famous contemporaries lifting up a simple implement into a conversation piece.

The museum presents smoking paraphernalia from over sixty countries: Turkish water pipes, African ceremonial pipes, finely-carved Maori pipes, and precious Chinese opium pipes. In short, this is the place to experience the global smoking culture.
The museum shop offers a great assortment for collectors and smokers. The shop’s smoking supplies range from souvenirs to handcrafted designs in prices from 10 to 1,000 euros.
Please note: there is no wheelchair access due to stairs

Did you know

The pipe collection represents the life’s work of a serious collector who spent fifty years assembling the world's most extensive pipe collection. He opened his home as a museum!
You can see the oldest pipe, excavated in Ecuador, formerly smoked by a tribe living around 550 BC.
When the Dutch Queen made a visit to the Gouda pipe works in 1897, the factory-made a showpiece consisting of twenty long clay pipes twisted and interwoven into an artwork. This item is preserved and shown as the highlight in the collection.
The most exquisite pipe is a yellow meerschaum pipe with a gilt silver helmet as a cover, shown together with its red morocco leather case. The pipe was made in 1807 in order of Napoleon.


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All that glitters is.... diamonds! Step inside this opulent museum for an in-depth look into the history of this high-end trade.

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Discover 400 years of diamond history in Europe’s only museum dedicated to the gem.
Get up close to some seriously unique artifacts.
Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top attractions in the city so make sure to check them out!
At the Diamond Museum Amsterdam, you will be taken on a journey that began 3 billion years ago, one that started under the surface of the earth, which eventually ends up as the precious diamond found on your finger. Established in 2007, Ben Meier was passionate about his craft and wanted to share that by educating people on the diamond craft and everything that encompasses it, from renowned experts in the field.
A visit here provides all the information on the history and origins of the diamonds but you'll be exposed to the collection of famous artifacts and crowns, plus you can become an expert in your own right by learning the differences between a real and fake diamond in the Diamond Masterclass. Whether you'd like to enhance your knowledge or simply browse the stunning collection, be sure to visit the original 17th-century villa and immerse yourself into the wonderful world of the diamond.
For the ultimate experience, you can book a group guided tour or a private diamond masterclass to get the most out of your visit.


See the famous Diamond Ape Skull
See the historic crowns around the world collection
Learn about diamond origins

Did you know

It is the only Diamond Museum found within Europe
In the 17th century, Amsterdam became the world center for processing and trading diamonds
Amsterdam is nicknamed the 'City of Diamonds'
The Diamond Museum Amsterdam was first established in 2007 by a well-known diamond polisher Mr. Ben Meier, he had the priceless task of polishing the diamonds of Her Majesty the Queen Juliana of the Netherland's watch.
The Diamond Ape skull has more than 17.000 brilliant-cut diamonds in it. That is almost twice as much as Damien Hirsch’s human version.

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Take in views of Amsterdam from the water on this boat ride around the city's fortress stretch.

Enjoy the Ferry to Muiderslot Castle with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Hop on a historic boat and travel from Amsterdam IJburg to the medieval Amsterdam Castle Muiderslot.

Get a unique view of Amsterdam from the water on this boat trip along the canal. You'll travel from Amsterdam IJburg towards the UNESCO World Heritage fortress stretch around the city ticking off Amsterdam Castle Muiderslot and Fortress Island Pampus. Enjoy a relaxed 45-minute journey on board the boat and hop off to explore the castle and fortress at your leisure. 
Each boat has an outside and inside area, a bar, restaurant, toilets and heating so you can travel in comfort.

zooFamily is a better way to sightsee. Your pass includes Ferry to Muiderslot Castle tickets, plus admission to dozens of top Amsterdam attractions for one money-saving price.

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Step back into 17th-century Amsterdam with this fun and immersive experience.

Visit Rembrandts Amsterdam Experience with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Learn all about Rembrandt's Amsterdam through video, music and special effects.
Show is available in English, Dutch, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Chinese.
Culture vultures - this one's for you. This unique museum brings Rembrandt's world to life.
Through this vibrant display, you can learn all about Amsterdam's most famous painter.

Explore a reconstruction of his studio, admire projections of his famous works and meet some of the people who shaped his life in Amsterdam. The show lasts around 25 minutes and will leave you in awe of the life and works of Rembrandt.

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See Amsterdam from a whole new perspective, head up to the 360 sky deck to have spectacular views across the city and its surroundings

Visit the A'DAM LOOKOUT with zooFamily

With your pass, visit the observation deck and soak up the best view over this iconic city
Take a seat on the hair-raising swing deck (available for an additional fee)
Visit the bar (drinks are not included with your pass)
A’DAM LOOKOUT is an observation deck with an unrivaled panoramic view of Amsterdam. You’ll see the city’s historical center, its pulsating port, the unique Dutch polder landscape and you’ll spot the famous canals which belong to the UNESCO World Heritage list. Once you've taken in the views, feel free to stay and buy a drink at the bar.
Complementing the experience is a state-of-the-art interactive exhibition and free audio tour about Amsterdam’s history and culture. A’DAM LOOKOUT is located on top of the A’DAM Tower in Amsterdam North.
For you daredevils and thrill-seekers, get your adrenaline rush with Europe’s highest swing ‘Over The Edge’ (extra charge) and dangle 100 meters above the ground, back and forth over the edge of the tower with Amsterdam below your feet. Or take a seat in the Amsterdam VR ride, a unique virtual reality roller coaster through the city.
Enjoy the unrivaled view of the Dutch capital city while the adrenaline flows through your veins.


Spectacular views of Amsterdam and its surroundings from the 360 sky deck
See Amsterdam from a birds-eye view on the highest swing in Europe (the swing is NOT included with your pass)
Panoramic bar-restaurant-club Madam (drinks are not included with your pass)
Interactive state-of-the-art Amsterdam exhibition
Create your own digital memory

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Explore the city at your own leisure as you breeze past Amsterdam's best landmarks and must-see locations by bike.

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24-hour bike rental
Explore the city by bike at your leisure
Your pass gives you access to many more attractions in Amsterdam, so don't forget to check them out

Make the most of your Amsterdam trip with a bike rental from Macbike Bike Rentals. This flexible bike option allows you to quickly cycle from one hotspot to another. Take your time and admire the city's epic views, or explore various landmarks across the city in record time!
Bike along the beautiful canals, the artsy Jordaan neighborhood, or through the breathtaking Vondelpark. You can also cycle out of the city, for example, for a trip through the beautiful landscape surrounding Amsterdam: the rural Waterland or the green Amstelland, along the Amstel River. All at your own pace and at your own departure time.

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Explore 500 years of captivating history through fun, interactive exhibits.

Visit The National Maritime Museum with zooFamily

Browse interactive exhibits from the Dutch Golden Age
Free audio tour available in 11 different languages
Your pass gives you access to many more attractions in Amsterdam, so don't forget to check them out
With a large number of fun, educational and interactive exhibits plus an impressive array of historical artifacts from the Dutch Golden Age, The National Maritime Museum is a great place to visit and relive 500 years of captivating history.
Not only will you be encouraged to board the renowned replica of the 18th-century cargo ship Amsterdam, but you'll be exploring the former arsenal of the Admiralty of Amsterdam - the impressive 1656 building in which the museum is now homed is an attraction in its own right. Visit and feel our history come alive.
There is also a free audio tour available in 11 different languages that gives you the highlights of The National Maritime Museum - ideal if you want to delve a little deeper.
Please note: Entrance includes VOC-ship and VR Experience

Did you know

The Inner Courtyard is covered with a stunning glass canopy that has been decorated with twinkling LED lights, the design was inspired by sea navigation charts, it's definitely a must-see.
Within the museum there are three different wings, the west, north and east wings. Each wing holds various exhibitions for you to explore - you'll be provided with the option for a free 60-minute audio tour that will give you more in-depth information on the highlights of the collections
The Lands Zeemagazijn building was designed by Daniel Stalpaert as the warehouse of the Admiralty of Amsterdam, it was built in the Golden Age when Amsterdam was the largest port in the world. The character and grandeur of the building makes it the ideal destination for the Het Scheepvaartmuseum today.


East Indiaman Amsterdam
Lands Zeemagazijn building
Activities specifically for children
The Het Scheepvaartmuseum library

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Step into the home of the Netherlands’ greatest artist and see where he created his famous works.

Visit Museum Het Rembrandthuis with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Explore Rembrandt's home and workshop.
Browse a complete collection of Rembrandt etchings and inspiring exhibits.
Free kids discovery trail in Dutch and English.

Get to know Rembrandt and see some of his famous works up close on a visit to his former home in the heart of Amsterdam. The house has been meticulously refurbished with furniture, art, and objects from the seventeenth century so you'll get a real feel for life during that time.
Make your way around the inspiring exhibits detailing Rembrandt's life, his predecessors, contemporaries and pupils. And browse an extensive collection of his etchings and artwork. You'll also get to see paintings from other Dutch Golden Age painters which were inspired by Rembrandt's early work.

Audio tours are available in ten languages if you want to learn more about the exhibits. A must-do for any art lovers visiting Amsterdam!

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Indulge in the tasting room, take a tour of the museum or hang out in the super chic bar.

Visit House of Bols with zooFamily

Indulge in the tasting room where you can sample some of the most premium distilled genever
Take a self-guided tour of the fascinating museum
Stop for a while at the House of Bols very own chic bar
With over 440 years' worth of heritage and craftsmanship, House of Bols offers an interactive experience into the world of cocktails, bartending culture, plus an insight into the history behind the world's oldest distilled brand, Bols Amsterdam.
During the House of Bols cocktail and genever experience, you'll get to feel taste and discover the secrets behind the best cocktails and learn how genever conquered the world during the Golden Age.

Did you know

House of Bols is the world’s oldest distilled spirits brand, dating back to 1575.
The brewery offers its tempting premium and super-premium drinks to over 110 countries around the world.
The brand has over 440 years of craftsmanship and expertise in the art of mixing and blending old and new flavors and presents the number one position in liqueur ranges worldwide.

Visitor tips

Be sure to try a tempting cocktail during your visit.


Book a cocktail workshop and receive a 10% discount on the price of €15.00.
The daily cocktail workshops run at 2PM, 4PM and 6.30PM. They last around 30 minutes and you’ll go home with the knowledge of how to make two cocktails.

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Step back in time and explore 700 years of Dutch history at this striking medieval castle

Visit Castle Muiderslot with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Explore this awesome 13th-century castle and its beautiful surroundings
Grab an audio guide for some in-depth learning
Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top attractions in the city so make sure to check them out!
Forming part of the Defence Line of Amsterdam, a UNESCO World Heritage site, the striking medieval Castle Muiderslot is a must-see for visitors to the city. It was built in the 13th Century by Count Floris V and offers plenty of awe-inspiring sights. Explore Golden Age-era rooms, see the armory, and much more, there's also an audio tour through the impressive Knight’s Hall included in your ticket. Also, don't miss the beautiful gardens which still retain the atmosphere of the 17th Century when they were created.
Castle Muiderslot highlights
Enjoy this medieval castle with two different audioguides (available in 10 languages).
Explore the armory, dungeon and medieval towers.
Check out 17th-century decorated rooms and art.
Twice a year, enjoy a contemporary art exhibit.

Did you know

While out hunting with falcons in 1296, Floris V was captured by his nobles and imprisoned in his own castle. After attempting an escape he was stabbed 20 times and died.
The Muiderslot was the official residence of P.C. Hooft in the 17th century because he was appointed as sheriff (drost) of Muiden and bailiff (baljuw) of Gooiland in 1609.
owards the end of the 18th century, the castle began to be used as a prison before being abandoned and derelict.

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Towers and Knights
Scale the castle's impressive towers and learn about its carefully constructed defenses from its narrow staircases to dead-end corridors. Climb 83 steps and enjoy amazing views from the rafters of the castle's highest tower, the West Tower. Discover an incredible collection of genuine suits of armor, chain mail, swords, and halberds in the wrmoury, and learn about the life and times of medieval knights and their importance to the castle's history.

The Golden Age

The 17th century is considered the Dutch Golden Age in art. Journey back in time and tour the beautifully-restored Golden Age rooms of the castle, including the living room, bedroom, the Bishop's Room, the castle kitchen, the Knight's Hall and the Prince's Room, and learn about the castle's occupants during this time, including its most famous resident, writer and poet P.C. Hooft. For almost 40 years, Hooft spent summers in the castle and invited friends and intellectuals such as Vondel, Huygens, Bredero and Maria Tesselschade Visscher to stay.

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Learn all about Jewish culture, history, and tradition with a trip to the Jewish Cultural Quarter.

Explore the Jewish Cultural Quarter with zooFamily

Access the Jewish Historical Museum, Portuguese Synagogue, National Holocaust Memorial and Museum, and Children’s Museum
Your pass gives you access to many more attractions in Amsterdam so don't forget to check them out

Experience the 17th-century interiors of the Portuguese Synagogue, which is illuminated by hundreds of candles whilst you travel back in time to Amsterdam's Golden Age, discover the history and culture of the Netherlands in the Jewish Historical Museum, which also homes the interactive Children's Museum. Finally visit the National Holocaust Museum which was located in the former theatre called Hollandsche Schouwburg, the memorial site now presents a wall of names commemorating the Jewish victims - learn about the Holocaust through ever-changing exhibitions and events.

Did you know

The quarter is home to the oldest and still functioning Jewish Library in the world
In the Knowledge Center, you can discover Jewish art, culture and history. Full of books, DVDs, audio recordings of documentaries, interviews and traditional folk music, photographs, historical documents and journals.

For more information on exhibit schedules as well as candlelight concert dates and line-up please visit the Jewish Cultural Quarter website.

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What better way to experience the city that is built on water, than from the water, by taking the Amsterdam Canal Cruise

Take the Amsterdam Canal Cruise with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Float past Amsterdam's top-rated sights on this relaxed sightseeing cruise
Audio guide available in 19 languages
Your pass gives you access to many more attractions in Amsterdam, so don't forget to check them out
Get your cameras at the ready as you pass the likes of Anne Frank's House, the Westerkerk, traditional canal houses from the Golden Age plus loads more, it's not only a great introduction to the city but a relaxing one.
It is also much better when there is some context behind all the sights and attractions you're looking at, so thats why 100 Highlights Cruise provides an audio guide in 19 languages.
The available languages are: English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Turkish, Russian, Japanese, Mandarin, Cantonese, Arabic, Korean, Indonesian, Thai, Hindi and Hebrew.

Did you know

Amsterdam has 160 canals and 1000 bridges
The city was first founded as a fishing village in the 12th Century
There are 2,500 houseboats in Amsterdam
Paintings from the 17th-20th Century
There are a set of tilted houses along the canal, the soil was so swampy that they had to be built on stilts, over time they started to collapse therefore making the houses all wonky and slip into the river, these houses are called the 'Dancing Houses' - look out for these on your cruise!

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Discover Amsterdam’s best-kept secret at Tour de BonTon.

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With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
50-minute guided tour (time can be extended if you have questions for your guide).
Your pass gives you access to many more attractions in Amsterdam, so don't forget to check them out
Learn about sex work and Amsterdam's famously legal brothels at The BonTon, which has established itself as the no.1 exclusive strip and sex club in Amsterdam.

With this experience, you'll learn all about the history of the building, sex work and the industry's development through the ages. You'll find out what it's like to work in the sex industry from an ex-sex worker, and who'll also reveal what evenings are like in the most exclusive club in Amsterdam. Your guide will share plenty of stories; from the strange and salacious, to the funny and fascinating, and is happy to answer any questions you have about this often misunderstood line of work.
You can then explore the rooms by yourself, giving you further insight into this unusual but fascinating attraction. Check out the dressing rooms, explore the VIP area, or even hit the poles yourself if you're up for it!
Please note: entrance is for 18+ customers only.

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One of the world's most famous art museums, the Rijksmuseum houses European masterpieces across an impressive five floors.

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With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Get up close to some of the world's most famous artworks.
Marvel at the architecture of this striking 19th-century neo-Renaissance building.
Free Rijksmuseum app featuring multimedia tours through the museum.
The Rijksmuseum is a Dutch national museum dedicated to arts and history in Amsterdam and the collections illustrate the history of Holland from the middle ages to the present day. Travel through time with over 8,000 objects and paintings for you to uncover.
Take a look at this welcome video on the Rijksmuseum website.
Discover famous masterpieces from the Dutch Golden Age, including Frans Hals, Jan Steen plus the world famous crowd pleasers 'Night Watch' by Rembrandt and Johannes Vermeer’s 'The Milkmaid'. Whether you're an avid art enthusiast or simply want to visit Amsterdam's most talked about tourist attraction, it's the perfect day out for the whole family.
If you'd like to find out more information for yourself why not download the free Rijksmuseum app and enjoy a multimedia tour through the museum. You can even create your own route and pick the famous works you want to see the most.


Rembrandt's best-known masterpiece the 'Night Watch' and Johannes Vermeer’s 'The Milkmaid'.
The Dolls House (including the one that inspired Jessie Burton’s 2014 novel, The Miniaturist).
The Passage.
The Gardens.
Cuypers Library.
The Rijksmuseum building itself - it has been built in the then fashionable Dutch neo-Renaissance style, using historical neo-Gothic elements as the embellishments.


VERMEER - from February 10 to June 4 2023 you'll have the opportunity to experience the largest Vermeer exhibition ever, showcasing many of his most famous paintings including The Girl with the Pearl Earring.
View all current exhibitions on the attraction website.

Did you know

The Rijksmuseum opened its doors for the first time in 1800, like the National Art Gallery.
In English, Rijksmuseum means 'The State Museum'.
The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands.

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Since 1840, Royals from all around the world have visited the Royal Coster Diamonds factory to witness the craftsmanship of the diamond polishers and goldsmiths with their own eyes

Visit the Royal Experience at Royal Coster Diamonds with zooFamily

Marvel at the beauty of diamonds
Private tour with a personal guide
All adults go home with a diamond polisher goodie bag

Like Empress Sisi, Queen Victoria or Prince Napoleon, you can now experience diamonds like the Royals do. During a private tour, your personal guide will explain why Royal Coster became the premier diamond house for Royals around the world and show the process of diamond polishing from rough stone to finished jewelry. You will also get a goodie bag (adults only) to start your own career as a diamond polisher.

Your guide explains how diamonds are formed and polished, while you see our polishers and goldsmiths up close. You can take a picture of yourself behind a real diamond polishing table and you learn how to analyze a diamond and why some diamonds sparkle more than others.

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Tour this unique building and browse a huge range of modern and contemporary art pieces.

Visit the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Enjoy modern and contemporary art at this spectacular museum.
Explore one of the most important collections of this genre.

Artists from the Netherlands and beyond help shape the changes of yesterday, today and tomorrow through their work in these thought-provoking collections.
Take some time to explore a wonderful modern and contemporary art museum. Home to one of the most important modern art collections in the world, you'll find meaningful movements in art and design from both national and international artists.
You'll find well-known works hung next to those lesser-known ones, highlighting the diversity of the collection and allowing stories to be told in a different way. Expect works from Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Piet Mondrian, Marlene Duma and Charley Toorop.

With an ever-changing schedule of exciting exhibitions and events, paired with provocative and insightful permanent installations, you'll see it all on a visit to this monumental art museum.


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Take a tour through the home of Heineken and enjoy a tasting session.

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With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Learn all about the story of Heineken, the brewing process of the famous beer, and innovations.
Enjoy two complimentary glasses of Heineken.
The Heineken Experience is the beer giant's first built brewery. Don't miss the chance to learn all about the beer that was born in Amsterdam and get a taste of the freshly-brewed tipple.
Hear the story of Heineken's heritage, discover its unique brewing process, and be the first to hear about future plans and innovations. The tour will end in the tasting room where you'll get to enjoy two free glasses of Heineken!

Did you know

Heineken was first founded in 1864 by Gerard Adriaan Heineken.
In 1954, Alfred Heineken, the grandson of Gerard, decided to change the letter 'e' in the label, he gave it a slight backward slant which made it look like it was smiling, and therefore more attractive to potential buyers.
The brand now serves over 25 million Heineken cans and bottles worldwide every day.
28 days are invested in brewing Heineken to ensure the great refreshing taste we've become accustomed to and its beautiful golden color.
Heineken's internationally owned brands include Birra Moretti, Krusovice, Red Stripe, Tecate, Tiger, Sol, Desperados and Amstel.

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Discover a hub of modern art with works by Hirst, JR, Koons, Kusama, KAWS, and more at the Moco Museum.

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With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Enjoy express entry to the boutique art museum
Audio tour included
Your pass gives you access to many more attractions in Amsterdam so don't forget to check them out
Located in Villa Alsberg, a townhouse overlooking Museumplein in the city center, the Moco Museum is a  boutique museum specialising in a range of modern and contemporary art, home to an eye-opening and inspiring collection of works by internationally renowned artists. Designed in 1904 by Eduard Cuypers, this building was one of the first family homes built along Museumplein before becoming a school in 1939 and later converted into a law office.

Discover works by Hirst, JR, Koons, Kusama, KAWS, explore temporary exhibitions, and be inspired by exclusive pieces previously concealed in personal collections and private galleries. A truly unmissable art experience when in Amsterdam.

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Hedonistic pleasures await inside Our House Museum, an immersive celebration of the history of electronic music from the late 70s to the present day.

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Pay nothing upon entry, simply show your pass.
Relive your favorite electronic dance music eras through interactive exhibits, eye-popping visuals and sensational sounds.
Check out memorabilia from the likes of Avicii, Daft Punk and Armin van Buuren, compose your own beats and mixes and take a trip down memory lane in the mini-club experience.
zooFamily gives you access to dozens more of Amsterdam’s top attractions, so make sure to check them out!
Get ready to move your feet at Our House Museum, a veritable love letter to electronic music and dance culture across the decades.
This ultra-modern museum cuts an incongruous figure on Amstelstraat, smack between the historic Blauwbrug and bustling Rembrandtplein. Step inside, where immersive floor-to-ceiling projections and DJ-curated interactive installations set the scene for a toe-tapping, head-nodding extravaganza of hedonistic sound and vision.
Icons of dance music including Carl Cox and Charlotte de Witte lead you on a journey through the history of the genre, from Kraftwerk, through Chicago house to the rise of the Ibiza superclubs. You’ll also get the chance to check out memorabilia from some of dance music’s biggest breakout stars. We’re talking keyboards and sequencers used by Avicii and Armin van Buuren; even Daft Punk’s iconic masks!
Dig through the museum’s vinyl crates and spin some of the movement’s most memorable tracks on the interactive record player. You’ll even get a chance to compose and mix your own beats before surrendering yourself to a mini-club experience that includes laser effects and C02 jets. Don’t forget your glow stick!

zooFamily is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility when sightseeing in Amsterdam. Your pass includes Our House Museum plus admission to dozens of top attractions.

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Ready to fly?! This fabulous 5D flight simulation experience will let you soar over Holland's most famous sights.

Visit THIS IS HOLLAND with zooFamily

With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Four awesome shows to enjoy.
1-hour duration.
Experience the 5D flight simulator that takes you over the best sights in the country.
Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top attractions in the city so make sure to check them out!
This incredible experience will have you soaring over iconic sights such as its tulip fields and windmills. Special effects like mist and wind will ensure you see and feel the Netherlands like never before.
The total experience lasts an hour and contains four shows, including a 9-minute flight. This must-see attraction will give you a new perspective of and information about the Netherlands while providing a great time for the whole family.

THIS IS HOLLAND highlights

The Netherlands in the past – enjoy an inspiring film about the country’s origins and its fascinating relationship with the sea.
The Netherlands today – with the help of a special video projection, on a map measuring six meters, you’ll discover the Netherlands as it is now.
The Flight Experience – a breathtaking aerial perspective of the Netherlands. Bask in the Netherlands’ diversity and beauty. Experience the smells, feel the wind and even the mist.

Holland Lounge: this room gives you an opportunity to find out more about the locations that caught your attention during the flight.

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Discover the dark side of Amsterdam's history.

Visit the Amsterdam Dungeon with zooFamily

Our pass gives you access the Amsterdam Dungeon, a thrilling immersive history adventure.
Live actors, special effects, and plenty of spooky fun.
Your Amsterdam pass also includes dozens of other top attractions, tours and experiences, all for one money-saving price.

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Begin your journey through 500 years of Amsterdam's history with the descent down to the Amsterdam Dungeon. There's no turning back now.
With death just around the corner in the Torture Chamber, the hairs on your neck will be standing on end as you witness the shocking corporal punishments used in times gone by Listen out for the cries of those mercilessly punished in the Golden Ages and come face to face with the Torturer as he searches for his next victims. Beware! One wrong move and you're next.
Discover the truth behind the disappearance of 'The Flying Dutchman'. See a cursed legend come to life and await the return of the revengeful captain, will you make it out alive?

If you've ever wondered what medieval surgery was like, well here's your chance to find out – spoiler: it's gruesome. Head to Dr Deyman's anatomic theatre and let your senses discover things that you might wish they hadn't.
 You'll find yourself in the Dungeon's court of law, facing the fearsome judge. Whether it's witchcraft or robbery, you better get ready to pay the price. Next up is the hangout spot for death row inmates, a place no man dreams of. Will you be able to get out unscathed? Watch out for your fellow inmates, you never know what could happen next...
Ghost stories have never felt more real than in the Amsterdam Dungeon.  Meet the ghosts of the past as you listen to one of Amsterdam's darkest secrets: the ghost of Zeedijk.

Why choose zooFamily?  

Our app makes sightseeing easy – your pass, plus all the info you’ll need is right there in the palm of your hand.  
No need to worry about buying tickets on the day, Amsterdam Dungeon's admission fee is included with your pass.  

zooFamily is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility when sightseeing in Amsterdam. Your pass includes Amsterdam Dungeon tickets, plus admission to dozens more top Amsterdam attractions.

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From Hollywood legends to the biggest music artists, you'll be truly star-struck at Madame Tussauds.

Visit Madame Tussauds Amsterdam with zooFamily

Your pass gives you the chance to get up close and personal with some of the world's most famous celebrities!
Enjoy the lifelike wax figures and create unforgettable memories.
Your Amsterdam pass also includes dozens of other top attractions, tours and experiences, all for one money-saving price.

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With over eight themed zones to explore, there's a whole host of celebrities awaiting your arrival at Madame Tussauds Amsterdam. Whether you're looking for legends of the big screen, pop heroes, world-famous sports stars or talented artists, immerse yourself in the dazzling world of waxwork celebrities.

Madame Tussauds Amsterdam highlights

A-list – Leo, Lady Gaga, Johnny Depp, Kendall Jenner and R-Patz, there's no red carpet like it. Walk amongst the stars and pose for the paps with this stellar lineup of celebs that you won't want to miss.
Royals – enjoy a unique chance to meet the Dutch Royal Family. Take to the throne with King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima, what an honor!
Music - a trip to Madame Tussauds is the backstage pass you've always dreamed of. Join a meet and greet with Ariana Grande or Beyonce, Dua Lipa or Harry Styles (coming soon!). Hang out with Bob Marley, the legend of reggae music.
Marvel Avengers – join forces with Marvel and see the movie superheroes come to life. Look out for Iron Man, god-like Thor and the super-strong Hulk.
Sports – looking to meet the world's most famous sports stars? Look no further. Check out some of the Netherlands' most prominent sports stars: Johan Cruijff, Rico Verhoeven and Virgil van Dijk.

Why choose zooFamily?  

Our app makes sightseeing easy – your pass, plus all the info you’ll need is right there in the palm of your hand.  
No need to worry about buying tickets on the day, Madame Tussauds Amsterdam’s admission fee is included with your pass.  

zooFamily is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility when sightseeing in Amsterdam. Your pass includes Madame Tussauds Amsterdam tickets, plus admission to dozens more top Amsterdam attractions.

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Love music? This immersive audiovisual experience is a must-see!

Visit AMAZE Amsterdam with zooFamily

With us, there are no fees on the day - all you've got to do is show your pass.
Enjoy a one-hour festival experience from the pioneers of Dutch Dance.
Be amazed by lights, lasers, smoke, art and music as you explore this creative space.

This sensory journey is brought to by the founders of Dutch Dance, ID&T, who host some of the biggest electronic events in the world such as Electric Zoo Festival (New York) and Amsterdam Music Festival. You'll be immersed in a dizzying display of special effects and new media art, allowing you to escape reality and reconnect with yourself.
With over 30 years of show effects under their belt, ID&T have filled this 3000m2  space with impressive audio-visual technology, with different rooms to journey through and interact with.
Lasers, lights, smoke, new media art and visuals, 11-D sounds and interactive effects all come together for an unforgettable experience.


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With Amsterdam being the no. 1 cycling city in the world, it's no surprise that you can even cycle on water! Rent a pedal boat and create your own sightseeing experience.

Enjoy a Pedal Boat ride with zooFamily

1-hour rental included
Explore beautiful canal routes at your leisure
Your pass gives you access to many more attractions in Amsterdam, so don't forget to check them out
Steer yourself around the winding beautiful canal routes, as the driver you can pedal at your own pace and choose specific sites and areas you want to explore.

Canal biking has been Amsterdam's number 1 canal attraction since 1984, providing great, emission-free fun for all the family to enjoy, it's especially exciting for the kids! Soak up the atmosphere your way and make it a personal experience with Pedal Boat. A Pedal Boat can be rented daily from canal boat rental piers around the city.

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Come and explore the picturesque heritage village of Zaanse Schans.

Explore Zaanse Schans using a Zaanse Schans Card with zooFamily

Admission to the Zaanse Museum, the Zaanse Time Museum, and Weaver's House and Cooperage
Enjoy a 30% discount to Honig Breethuis and a 10% discount on souvenirs and catering
Your pass gives you access to many more attractions in Amsterdam, so don't forget to check them out
Witness the sweeping landscapes that home the traditional windmills, appreciate the old wooden houses, workshops and shops. It's free to enter the site however with the Zaanse Schans card you can get a lot more for your money, it is great fun for the whole family and is an educational experience where you can learn about the history and origin of this beautiful residential area. A Zaanse Schans Card is perfect if you want to view as much of the place as possible.


Walking routes
Boat tours

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Discover the windmill village of Zaanse Schans with a leisurely bus excursion.

Enjoy a Zaanse Schans Bus Excursion with zooFamily

Travel 30-minutes outside the city to a chic windmill village
See working windmills and centuries-old houses
3.5 hour tour
Your pass gives you access to many more attractions in Amsterdam, so don't forget to check them out

Begin your tour in a comfortable, air-conditioned single-deck bus as it journeys 20-30 minutes outside the city to Zaanse Schans. This windmill village is an open air museum, home to a collection of working windmills, wooden houses, barns and shops dating back to the 18th and 19th Century.
All these buildings were brought here from 1961 onwards, bringing life back to this formally prosperous area of the Zaan region. In its golden age, the Zaan Region developed into an industrial area on a scale never seen before, with 600 active windmills: wooden factories powered by wind. These small factories oversaw many tasks including sawing wood by machine, grinding spices, pressing oil for food and paint, producing flour, cocoa powder and much more.
Discover the prosperity of the 18th and 19th Century as you explore beautiful houses, originally built as homes for rich windmill owners and merchants. Explore the beautiful facades of these opulent houses that have been painted in traditional colors such as green, beige and light blue.

Upon arrival, your guide will take you on an orientation tour of the village - visit the Clog Museum, wooden shoemaker shop and taste delicious and traditional Dutch cheese in the cheese farm. Enjoy exploring the village at your own pace, learning all about the village's history, local culture and unique character.


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This small group tour will let you walk in the footsteps of Anne Frank and learn more about the story of this remarkable girl.

Take The Life of Anne Frank & Neighbourhood Small Group Walking Tour with zooFamily

With us, there are no fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
Small group tour with a maximum of 12 people for a more personalized experience.
Visit the area of south Amsterdam where Anne Frank lived.
Listen to the story about her life and learn about her world-famous diary.

This tour will take you beyond what most people know about Anne Frank, into the life she led before her time in hiding, and explore why her posthumously-published diary became one of the most read books of all time.
This fascinating tour will take you to the most important locations of Anne Frank's childhood, including her school, where she played, and the bookshop where she bought her famous diary. Your expert guide will take you around this area of south of Amsterdam, giving you the opportunity to become acquainted with a part of the city that you would otherwise not see as a tourist.

Please note: this tour DOES NOT include entry to the Anne Frank House/Museum.

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Explore the city, crack the clues and solve the case - before time runs out!

Solve The Murder by Dam Square with zooFamily

Your Amsterdam pass also includes dozens more top attractions, tours and experiences, all for one money-saving price.
With your pass you'll get a two-hour self-guided mystery-solving experience.
Recommended for anyone over the age of 8. 
Walk through the mystery of a real 19th-century crime file as you discover the city and attempt to uncover who killed Ankie Rood. You're the detective in this unique and interactive way to explore Amsterdam.
Based on a real life murder case, this self-guided mystery activity will help you explore the centre of Amsterdam in a one-of-a-kind experience. Collect your mystery envelope from a city-center shop, then it's all up to you!
Stalk through the historic streets of Amsterdam hunting for clues and tackling tricky tasks to complete the mission and solve the murder.
Good luck, you're going to need it!

zooFamily is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility when sightseeing in Amsterdam. Your pass includes The Murder by Dam Square activity, plus admission to dozens more top Amsterdam attractions.

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Escape the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam on a half-day guided tour of the Dutch countryside.

Join a Volendam, Edam & Windmills Bus Excursion with zooFamily

Explore three historic Dutch destinations including a typical Dutch fishermen’s village.
See the World Heritage site of the Zaanse Schans windmills.
Taste real Edammer cheese.
Tour is available in English, French, Spanish and German.
Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top attractions in the city so make sure to check them out!

Starting with a 20-minute drive to the windmill village of Zaanse Schans, this outdoor conservation area is situated on the banks of the River Zaan and is home to original 18th and 19th-century architecture, including several still-functioning windmills and wooden houses. Watch live demonstrations of craftsmen at work, including a clog maker crafting the famous wooden shoes of the Netherlands. Enjoy free time to explore the village and visit a windmill before traveling through picturesque Polder-landscapes (reclaimed land from the water).
From there the excursion will continue on to the beautiful village of to Edam, also commonly referred to as the pearl of the former Zuiderzee. Edam’s ancient streets and tranquil canals are lined by beautiful 17th-century buildings, including the leaning Carillon tower, the Big Church, and the former town hall. Without a doubt, the most famous landmark in Edam is the public weighing house, where every Wednesday morning in July and August is the famous Edam Cheese Market. After a stroll around this historic village, you will have the opportunity to see how Edam’s world-famous cheese is made. And, of course, to taste some cheese in a nearby cheese farm.

Finally, the tour will stop in the beautiful seaside village of Volendam. A traditional fishing village with a bustling harbor, it has been a major tourist attraction since as early as 1875. People come from all over the world to explore Volendam's traditional buildings, learn about local culture and historic Dutch costumes. A guide will take you on a short walk through the oldest parts of the village, exploring a labyrinth of twists and turns to sites such as St. Vincent’s Church, the wooden Stolphoevekerk and the Visafslag (Fish Auction). You can also enjoy a walk on top of the Dike with a stunning view of IJssel-lake.

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Discover the lesser-explored cities of the Netherlands on a round-trip that packs in some of the most exciting sights in the country!

Take a Rotterdam, Delft & The Hague Live Guided Tour with a zooFamily

See three different Dutch cities in a guided sightseeing day trip from Amsterdam.
Enjoy a live guided city tour of Rotterdam and The Hague.
Photo stop at Peace Palace, home of the International Court of Justice.
Visit a factory that is famous for Delft's blue pottery.
See the renowned Market Hall and cube houses in Rotterdam.
Marvel at the historical centre of Delft.
Explore the government buildings in The Hague.
This fantastic trip packs in so much of the Netherlands’ history, culture, and heritage into one single day!

You’ll head straight to Rotterdam, the Netherlands’ second city, known as an important financial and commercial center, where glimmering skyscrapers, built in quirky, cutting-edge styles, tower over the huge and buzzing harbor - the largest in Europe.
Next, it’s a quick dash to Delft, a picturesque and historic city known for its ceramics industry. Discover Delft’s historic town center crisscrossed with canals, on your free time over lunch, then enjoy a visit to a factory specializing in handmade Delft Blue pottery, the most coveted porcelain since the 17th century.
Then, you’ll swing by The Hague for a city tour. In addition to being the seat of the Dutch government, this city is also the home of the Dutch royal family and the third-largest city in the country. It is also the home of the Peace Palace, a number of royal palaces, the famous Mauritshuis (featuring works by Vermeer, Rembrandt, Andy Warhol, and more), and the stunning waterside Binnenhof  - the meeting place of the Dutch government.

This fun-packed day trip is led by a friendly and knowledgeable guide who will let you in on all there is to know about the wonderful cities and sights you discover on the journey.

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Get ready for a full day of flowers! Explore the most famous tulip park in the world and get snap-happy in the flower fields of the Tulip Experience.

Enjoy a Guided tour to Keukenhof Gardens & Tulip Experience with zooFamily

Explore the most famous tulip park in the world: the Keukenhof.
Enjoy a scenic ride in the flower fields area.
Includes a guided tour at the Keukenhof.
Take as many photos as you wish in the tulip fields.
Admire landscapes with colorful bulb flower carpets.

Begin your tour from Amsterdam to the bulb flower area around Lisse and take in a stunning landscape of colorful bulb flower carpets in a multitude of colors. The park Keukenhof, which is located in the middle of South Holland's tulip region, began as a kitchen garden filled with vegetables and herbs, it's now the world's largest flower garden.
Welcoming 800,000 visitors each year, Keukenhof is home to over a million flower bulbs from tulips and hyacinths to daffodils and other spring flowers. A guided tour will take you through the park, meandering along 15km of footpaths and 32 hectares of colorful gardens including the English landscape garden, Japanese country garden and historical garden. An unforgettable nature experience, Keukenhof is a beautiful location that should not be missed.
After you're done exploring the Keukenhof, you'll then be taken to The Tulip Experience. This family-owned business was established by an actual tulip farmer and his daughter. At the Tulip Experience, you will learn everything there is to know about the wonderful tulips at their indoor museum, before making your way into their absolute highlight of the day: the show garden. Be amazed by the endless fields containing more than one million tulips. The best part? You'll get to explore the fields at your leisure and take as many photos as you want!
You can pick one (with a 1, 2 or 3-day pass) or two (with a 5-day pass) of these four guided bus excursions:
 Volendam, Edam & Windmills Bus Excursion
Zaanse Schans Bus Excursion
Cheese market Bus Excursion to Alkmaar
Keukenhof & Flowerfields Bus Excursion

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