Amsterdam DNA is the permanent exhibition at the Amsterdam Museum. Within one hour, you will get an overview of the history of Amsterdam. The exhibition is built around the DNA of Amsterdam, hence the name. Therefore it is all focused around entrepreneurship, free thinking, citizenship and creativity all divided into seven periods.
For children and their parents we recommend the ‘Amsterdam DNA Family Tour’. This tour is suitable for children aged 4 and up and is available in Dutch and English. The Amsterdam DNA tour itself is available in Dutch, English, French, German, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish and Italian.
Visit the Amsterdam Museum
The Amsterdam Museum is the perfect place to start your visit to the city. The museum is conveniently located in the center of Amsterdam, only a short walk from Madame Tussauds, Dam Square with the World War II monument and the Red Light District.
When you think of Amsterdam the following images will probably come to mind: the traditional boathouses, iconic architecture, beautiful canals, the bustling red-light district, famous coffeeshops and the allover great look of the city. Yes, the city has a beautiful and almost magical charm! This is Amsterdam – Amsterdam Museum All of those images seem …
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Discover a painful part of European history at the Medieval Torture Museum. Here they have a collection of more than 100 devices used for torture in medieval times. This unique collection of photos, drawings and instruments of torture reveals the grim character of the middle ages. Experience Europe’s history with this way of punishment at …
Sep into the amazing world of Madame Tussauds and enjoy surprising encounters with famous performers, royalty, film stars, artists and more. Madame Tussauds’ collection of wax figures has recently been transformed into the place to be for both young and old. Madam Tussauds is a long standing must-vist For the last 200 years millions of …
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