Explore Amsterdam’s rich heritage

2020’s theme is 'Well-schooled'. Along with plenty of stories, and nine inventive routes, there is much to discover. Knowledge Institutions, Jewish Cultural Heritage and Nautical are just a few of the routes on offer. All of the historic Amsterdam buildings and monuments that are welcoming visitors have been selected for their remarkable architecture, interiors, or because they are impressive creative spaces. Others feature important works of art or are connected to various trades and crafts.

Monuments fall into three categories this year:
• Buildings that are accessible and require a reservation
• Buildings that are closed, but are included in a route
• Locations and buildings where a fee is payable to enter

Book your place to see Amsterdam’s open buildings
Online reservations open at the beginning of September on the Open Monumentendag website or through the National Open Monumenten website.

Download your booklet here or pick one up at De Bazel from the end of August. You'll find De Bazel at Vijzelstraat 32 in Amsterdam.

To guarantee the safety of each and every one these guidelines apply at every location. Open Monumentendag Amsterdam follows the emergency ordinance applicable in Amsterdam.