Additional City Card offers & City Card highlights

In February 2017 I amsterdam City Card holders can visit a number of special exhibitions at the following museums for free, with a small surcharge or enjoy 25% discount on attractions and excursions. Please note: these offers are additional extras for the City Card and some are not shown on the City Card map.

Check here all that’s included in the I amsterdam City Card.

1. Dutch Ice Sculpture Festival in Amsterdam
Arena Boulevard

The biggest winter event in The Netherlands. This year, the theme is ‘Music Inspires’. Over forty of the world’s greatest ice sculptors will be turning 550,000 kilograms of ice and snow into a breath-taking frozen landscape. Artists will create a world full of impressive snow and ice sculptures with different music themes. World-famous artists, music genres, composers, and musicians will be portrayed in glistening snow and crystal-clear ice.

The location of this year is next to Amsterdam Arena (a few minutes walking from metro or train station Amsterdam Bijlmer Arena).

  • I amsterdam City Card holders receive 25% discount

2. Hendrikje Museum of Bags and Purses
Royal Bags

An exhibition on the sensational bags of European royal families. Royal Bags includes bags of Queen Elizabeth, Empress Sisi, Princess Grace and the Dutch royal family. In Royal Bags subjects such as fashion, etiquette, travelling and the functions of the royal bag will be presented. Sovereigns’ fashionable outfits and accessories still fire our imagination. This exposition runs form 8 October until 26 February 2017.

  • City Card holders pay a supplement of € 1,50 for this special exhibition

3. Hermitage Amsterdam
Romanov & Revolution 
Romanovs & Revolution -The End of Monarchy will open a century after the outbreak of the Russian Revolution. Using films, photographs, paintings, objets d’art and historical documents, the show will tell the gripping story of fashionable St Petersburg and the art that flourished there in the early twentieth century, of Tsar Nicholas II and his wife Alexandra, and of the explosive political and social circumstances of their reign. This exposition runs from 4 February until 17 September 2017.
  • FREE entrance with the I amsterdam City Card

4. Stedelijk Museum 
Ed van der Elsken - Camera in Love 
The Stedelijk presents the largest overview of the photographic and filmic work of Dutch photographer Ed van der Elsken (1925-1990) in twenty five years. A unique figure, Van der Elsken was renowned as a street photographer, and is recognised as the most important Dutch photographer of the 20th century. 
This exposition runs from 4 Februari until 21 May 2017.
  • FREE entrance with the I amsterdam City Card

5. Amsterdam Museum
Maurice Boyer – At home in Amsterdam
Urban photographer Boyer and the central question ‘Who does the city belong to?’ Amsterdam plays an important role as it often forms the setting of Boyer's work. He has worked four decades as a photojournalist. He also won awards from the Zilveren Camera and World Press Photo. This exposition runs until 14 June 2017.
  • FREE entrance with the I amsterdam City Card