attractions

Amsterdam is filled with attractions and sights, and most of them can be reached on foot strolling around the city centre. In a city with so much to offer there is really something for everyone, from the major museums, renowned institutions like the Anne Frank House, to mainstream attractions like Madame Tussauds, the Amsterdam Dungeon and Artis Royal Zoo.

5 ways to beat the crowds

Many of Amsterdam’s most famous attractions can get pretty busy at peak times but that doesn't mean you can't squeeze them into your travel itinerary....

List of attractions

What should you see when you visit Amsterdam? The city has attractions to entertain visitors of all ages and the I amsterdam City Card offers free or ...

Petting zoos

Petting zoos are the perfect way to give city kids a taste of life in the countryside. Amsterdam is home to a remarkable number of locations where you...

Places of interest

Amsterdam has plenty of museums, shopping streets, theatres and guided tours, but there is still more to see. Here's a collection of recommended place...

Museums & attractions

Amsterdam’s museums have plenty to offer even the most restless children. Forget complete silence and stuffy displays – these attractions are filled w...

Churches & places of worship

Amsterdam’s beautiful churches and synagogues are attractions in their own right, even if you’re not planning to attend a service. In fact, many are n...

Flowers

When you think of the Netherlands, a few iconic images immediately spring to mind – windmills, clogs and tulips. Just like the rest of the country, Am...

Anne Frank

Anne Frank is one of Amsterdam’s best-known historical figures. Anne and her family lived in hiding from the Nazis for more than two years in a house ...

I amsterdam letters

An introduction, a slogan and a physical icon - I amsterdam is the city's and its residents' collective catch phrase.