Situated in an authentic town house Jan Luyken Hotel Amsterdam, nestled in the chique Museum Quarter, is surrounded by the most famous museums of Amsterdam. Within just a few minutes you will find yourself wandering through the Vondelpark, P.C. Hooftstraat and the Rijksmuseum.



The Rijksmuseum is one of the most important museums of the Netherlands. The museum doesn't only highlight world-famous art from the Dutch Golden Age, including Rembrandt van Rijn’s 'Night Watch' and Johannes Vermeer’s 'The Milkmaid', but it puts the history of the Netherlands in a world-wide perspective through thousands of historic objects. From the middle ages till now.

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16 MIN

Huis Marseille

When it first opened its doors in 1999, Huis Marseille was the very first photography museum in the Netherlands. The monumental building along the Keizersgracht is at least as surprising and impressive as the changing exhibitions you can find there. From top to bottom, the narrow staircases guide you towards contemporary photography by celebrated and established names.

Van Gogh Museum

Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is known to be one of the most popular museums in the world. Of course that has everything to do with it large collection of works by Vincent van Gogh. The museum shows more than 200 paintings, 500 drawings and 700 letters of Van Gogh.

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14 MIN

Van Loon Museum

In a patrician house at the Keizersgracht, you will find the home of the regent family Van Loon. The house was designed in 1672 by architect Adriaen Dortsman and first inhabited by painter Ferdinand Bol, a pupil of Rembrandt. Marvel at the centuries-old portraits, furniture, refined silverware and porcelain and feel the wealth that the city experienced in those days. 

Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Stedelijk Museum - Museum of Modern Art

Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum is the largest museum of the Netherlands that is dedicated to modern and contemporary art and design. Admire extraordinary art pieces by world-renowned artists, including a large number of art by major twentieth-century Dutch artists.

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