Additional City Card offers & City Card highlights

In December 2016 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. Red Light Secrets
Museum of prostitution - Address: Oudezijds Achterburgwal 60

Experience an intriguing world that remains hidden to many as you uncover the truth behind Amsterdam’s most notorious neighbourhood: the Red Light District. This museum offers a glimpse behind the scenes of the oldest profession in the world. Take a seat behind one of the famous windows, listen to the secrets of the women and discover that this neighbourhood has much more to it than paid sex.

  • I amsterdam City Card holders receive 25% discount

3. Hermitage Amsterdam
Catharina de Grootste

The exhibition unravels her life story and sketches her personality. It is also an exhibition like a jewellery box, with magnificent personal possessions  and the finest art works from her vast collection. More than 300 objects from the Hermitage in St Petersburg, which invite visitors into Catherine’s world. This exposition runs until 15 October 2017.

  • FREE entrance with the I amsterdam City Card

4. De Nieuwe Kerk
Ms Monroe is coming to De Nieuwe Kerk

In the year that she would have turned 90, De Nieuwe Kerk reflects on a great style icon: Marilyn Monroe. The exhibition shows her life and legacy, including numerous personal items from her house, including famous articles of clothing, accessories and personal documents, together with photos and film clips, afford a unique and intimate view of the woman, both in and outside the camera’s gaze. This exposition runs until 5 February 2017.

  • City Card holders pay a supplement of € 4,50 for this special exhibition       

5. 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

6. A'dam LOOKOUT!
A'DAM Tower

An observation deck with an unrivalled panoramic view of Amsterdam. Complementing the experience will be a state-of-the-art interactive exhibition about Amsterdam’s history and culture. The A’DAM LOOKOUT is located in the A’DAM Tower, next to the Eye film museum, on the north bank of the River IJ and can be reached by free ferry from the Central Station. Open daily 10:00 – 22:00 hrs (last admission 21:00 hrs).

  • I amsterdam City Card holders receive € 2.50 reduction on the entrance ticket at the A’DAM LOOKOUT box office