Amsterdam is home to a variety of world-famous museums. No trip to the city is complete without stopping by the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum or Stedelijk Museum, but the city also has a multitude of treasures outside of the Museum District.
From museums about cats to amazing photography, Amsterdam has museums and galleries for every interest. If you're planning on visiting a few museums and galleries during your time in Amsterdam, then the I amsterdam City Card is a great way to save money. This handy visitor pass gets you free or discounted entry to many of the city's most popular attractions including the Rijksmuseum, Rembrandt House and the Stedelijk Museum, as well as free public transport for the duration of your trip. Find out more about the I amsterdam City Card.
A visit to the Stedelijk Museum - Museum of Modern Art takes you on a journey through 150 years of art, reviewing the best of modern art in Amsterdam. Iconic works by Karel Appel, Koons, Matisse, Mondrian, Picasso, Pollock, Gerrit Rietveld, Warhol and many others can be seen here.
Microbes are everywhere, and they shape your world. You can experience this straight away through specially designed 3D viewers that make it possible for you to see how living microbes move around, eat, and reproduce.