Museums

Hermitage Amsterdam

With lots of our Amsterdam apartments located in the picturesque area of Plantage, you’ll be able to visit the magnificent Hermitage Amsterdam with real ease!

EYE Film Institute Netherlands

Our Amsterdam apartments provide excellent holiday stay, enhanced additionally by local attractions, such as the fantastic EYE Film Institute Netherlands!

Enhance your Erotic imagination at the Sex Museum in Amsterdam

Located on the vibrant Damrak road only a few minutes away from Amsterdam's central railway station, the world's first Sex Museum enhances its visitors' imagination through a fun and diverse display of statues, paintings, videos, photos, and various objects belonging to all historical eras. Keeping in line with the statement that "sex is the most natural thing in the world", the museum aims to underline the role of sexuality as seen through art in its evolution in history. In other words, if you want to enhance your sexual imagination, take a walk from your short stay apartment to the Sex Museum so you can have a head start to a wonderful hedonistic weekend in Amsterdam.

Amsterdam Cheese Museum – Offering a superb taste of Dutch life

Overlooking the Prinsengracht Canal and set within the city’s fashionable Jordaan district, this delightful little museum is one of Amsterdam’s true gems. Boasting a huge array of traditional Dutch cheeses, the Amsterdam Cheese Museum is an attraction not to be missed.

The Cat Cabinet (Katten Kabinet) – An alternative, charming museum which is a true paradise for cat lovers

Occupying a prime position alongside Amsterdam’s magnificent Herengracht Canal, the Cat Cabinet is a delightful museum which is dedicated to cats. Offering an alternative look at the role of the cat throughout history from an artistic point of view, this fascinating place is a must see for lovers of our feline friends.

Begijnhof

The Begijnhof is one of those really rare sights to see, especially given the ever-developing modern metropolitan setting of Amsterdam. It is one of the oldest inner courts in the city – and the only remaining one, for that matter. Once you’re there you’ll come across a range of breathtaking 14th-century typical Dutch buildings; they are private houses in vast majority – still occupied today, so you have to remember to respect the privacy of the residents although the entry itself is free. Apart from that, the place is also a home to the English Reformed Church, so you can expect to see daily masses, weddings and baptism ceremonies taking place.

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House of Bols

To say that a visit to the fabulous House of Bols is something truly special is a great understatement. This place won the prestigious Dutch Design Award for Best Exhibition and Experience of 2007, thus proving that it is well-able to bring the best of both worlds – the past – rich in history and tradition, and the present – abounding with innovation and state-of-the-art ideas. This place is not only a museum or an exhibition, it is an interactive experience aimed at stimulating all of your senses, with the main theme of bright and colorful drinks and bartending. As you can imagine, the fun is addressed at 18+ audience, so make sure to have your ID with you to make you able to discover the amazing world of vivid colors, intense fragrances and remarkable tastes!

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Amsterdam, everyone’s city

One of Europe’s most visited capitals Amsterdam isn’t just about the red lights and the smoke-filled cafes. Its relaxed atmosphere, the cultural history and varied activities on offer make it a desirable city amongst all age groups while the quality of its offerings keep people coming back for more and are also attracting many new visitors every year.

Hortus Botanicus – Amsterdam’s answer to botanical bliss

Experience tranquil surroundings in the heart of the busy city centre. Located in the Plantage district Hortus Botanicus is a great outing for all ages and includes a three-climate greenhouse and a butterfly greenhouse. For a more impressive and picture perfect outing we recommend a summer visit when the garden is in full bloom.

Rembrandt House Museum – Go back in time with Rembrandt

Step back into history and experience how Rembrandt and 17th century Amsterdam lived. See Rembrandt’s paintings, drawings and etchings and watch how he mixed his paints and made his etchings. Located in the old city centre this is a reconstruction of the famous Dutch painters house and not the place to see his masterpieces. All in all it makes an interesting and educational outing for all ages.