Amsterdam then, now and later

The Amsterdam Museum tells the story of the city of Amsterdam: about then, now and in the future. In the permanent chronological presentation: Panorama Amsterdam, a living history of the city, well-known as well as new and unknown stories about, and perspectives on, Amsterdam's past give an impression of how Amsterdam has shaped and is still developing. Here you will see over 250 objects that give you a multifaceted picture of the many histories of the city Amsterdam. Classic icons from the city's collection by Lingelbach and Rembrandt sit alongside artists such as Raquel Haver, Natasja Kensmil and Brian Elstak.

There is also room for smaller exhibitions about the stories of the city today. From Welcome to the Northside to Colonial Stories and Collecting the City. Every six months they make room for new storytellers and stories from the city of Amsterdam.

If you want to know exactly which exhibitions there are, go to the website for information.

Amsterdam Museum for children

The Time Travel Kit is available free of charge for children. Children learn in a playful way through assignments about the time of the past and now. They become aware of the different stories that can be told with a painting or objects. The Time Travel Kit is available in Dutch.

Click here for more information about e-tickets and time slots.