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  • The I Amsterdam City Card

    1. The I Amsterdam City Card

    Make the most of your time in Amsterdam with an I amsterdam City Card, and enjoy free entrance to many of the city's top museums and attractions, including the Van Gogh Museum (time slot ticket required, book via iamsterdam.com/timeslot), the Rijksmuseum, Hermitage Amsterdam, and Rembrandt House Museum. The card also comes with discounted entry to other attractions, such as Heineken Experience, Madame Tussauds and Amsterdam Dungeon. Valid for 24, 48, 72, 96 or 120 hours from first use, unlimited access to the city's public transportation system for the duration of your card allows you to get around quickly. You can also enjoy one free canal cruise from several canal cruise companies at many locations in Amsterdam. Complete listing offers I amsterdam City Card Enjoy free entrance* with the I amsterdam City Card to the following museums and attractions Free admission to the follo...

    Due to Corona, book all the places time slots in advance. One should book van Gogh museum in advance before getting there. If u want to be sure, ask in advance for certain restrictions that are not in the booklet e.g. A dam lookout accessible with the city card only til 18.

  • Amsterdam: Rembrandt House Museum Entrance Ticket

    2. Amsterdam: Rembrandt House Museum Entrance Ticket

    Explore the life and work of the Dutch master, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, at the Amsterdam home where he lived and worked for 20 years until he went bankrupt in 1656, with an entrance ticket to the Rembrandt House Museum in central Amsterdam. Your ticket comes with a complimentary audio guide that allows you to explore the interior of the house, now restored to its 17th-century glory. Discover rooms where Rembrandt worked, and see works of art, furniture, and other objects from Rembrandt's time. The museum also owns an almost complete collection of Rembrandt etchings, and part of the collection is on permanent view. There are frequent temporary exhibitions showcasing the work of his predecessors and contemporaries, and modern and current works of art in the museum’s new wing. Join a paint preparation demonstration in Rembrandt’s reconstructed studio, and learn how pigments and ...

    A wonderful museum, , an interesting house and a said story life of a great painter!

  • Rembrandt's Art: Guided Tour in Amsterdam & Rijksmuseum

    3. Rembrandt's Art: Guided Tour in Amsterdam & Rijksmuseum

    Your morning in Amsterdam will start at the Rembrandthouse. The most famous painter of the Dutch Golden Age by far is Rembrandt van Rijn. The painter lived and worked the greater part of his life in Amsterdam. The city tour Rembrandt will bring alive the most important places of this part of his life. Walk through the area where he lived in his wealthy days with his first wife Saskia. Pass by his old house and see where he painted his masterpiece the Night watch. Of course this tour won’t be complete without a visit to the national gallery Rijksmuseum. In this museum you will find back many of the important paintings of Rembrandt such as the Jewish bride, syndics of drapers guild, many self-portraits and the famous Night watch. Join the tour and discover everything about the life of Rembrandt van Rijn!

  • Amsterdam Old City Private Walking Tour

    4. Amsterdam Old City Private Walking Tour

    Enjoy a private walking tour of Amsterdam with your own personal guide, and stroll through the medieval center to see parts of the old city wall. Continue along the famous canals to explore Chinatown, the former Jewish District, and the infamous Red Light District. Learn how Amsterdam was built on a reclaimed swamp, when the land was buried in mud and the harbor was almost inaccessible. Connection with the North Sea was not realised until the 19th century, but Amsterdam had already became one of the most important cities in the world. As you stroll, you will learn about its position as a major science and cultural center, and discover how in 1650 its population of 220,000 inhabitants made it the 3rd largest city in Europe. Your guide will explain key aspects of Amsterdam’s story, passing sights such as the 17th-century Oostindisch Huis, the Amsterdam headquarters of the East India Com...

  • Amsterdam: Guided City Walking Tour and Rembrandt House

    5. Amsterdam: Guided City Walking Tour and Rembrandt House

    Start your tour with a walk through Spiegelquarter, a district known for a wide array of antiques and artistic goods. Afterwards, wander the Keizersgracht, or Emperor’s canal, where your guide will discuss one of Rembrandt’s most successful apprentices. In Rembrandt Square, hear about the Night Watch Guards, who were characters in one of the artist’s most popular works. His painting is recreated here in bronze sculpture. In Staalstraat, learn about the local Drapers Guild, represented by Rembrandt. Finally, in Waterloo Square, discover the former Jewish Quarter, home to a variety of immigrants including Rembrandt and his wife. The couple spent many years living here, near the Amstel River, where their house still stands as a museum dedicated to the artist’s life. It includes etchings and other works done by Rembrandt himself. The furnishings are authentic to the 1600s, reconstituted th...

  • Amsterdam: Private "Meet Rembrandt" Tour in German

    6. Amsterdam: Private "Meet Rembrandt" Tour in German

    Explore the personal story of one of the greatest painters in Dutch history on this guided “Meet Rembrandt” tour. Take a city walk and learn about Rembrandt’s work, patrons, wives, children, and money problems. Enjoy included visits to the Rembrandt House Museum and the Rijksmuseum. After meeting your guide at the meeting point, set off on your walk. Find out about life in multicultural Amsterdam during the 17th century, and discover the countless traces that Rembrandt left behind in the city. Then, visit the Rembrandt House Museum, the monumental building where Rembrandt lived and worked in 1639–1658. Explore the house that has been meticulously rearranged with furniture, art, and other objects from that time. Imagine yourself in the 17th century as you see Rembrandt’s studio, kitchen, and living room. Continue your city walk after and explore the stories behind Rembrandt’s paintings...

  • Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum + Rembrandt House Tour

    7. Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum + Rembrandt House Tour

    Start your tour at Holland’s answer to the Louvre, the Rijksmuseum, housing centuries of Dutch history and art. Explore over 8000 objects, including paintings and artifacts, with artists from the Dutch Golden Age like Rembrandt and Vermeer on display. From dollhouses to a captured British warship, the museum boasts a wide range of historical items. As the largest museum in Amsterdam, a visit is an absolute must. After lunch, dig deeper into Rembrandt’s life to learn all about this iconic Dutch artist. Walk through Spiegelquarter, a district known for a wide array of antiques and artistic goods. Afterwards, wander the Keizersgracht, or Emperor’s canal, to discuss one of Rembrandt’s most successful apprentices. In Rembrandt Square, hear about the Night Watch Guards, who were characters in one of the artist’s most popular works. His painting is recreated here in bronze sculpture. In Staals...

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Due to Corona, book all the places time slots in advance. One should book van Gogh museum in advance before getting there. If u want to be sure, ask in advance for certain restrictions that are not in the booklet e.g. A dam lookout accessible with the city card only til 18.

The Amsterdam City Card was really worth it for me, as it allowed me to use public transport without any problems and, for example, saved money when visiting the Van Gogh and the Rijksmuseum.

Went to tons of art museums, took a canal boat tour and used the free public transport a lot too. Amsterdam is beautiful and the people were super friendly too.

A wonderful museum, , an interesting house and a said story life of a great painter!

If you're going to visit many museums, buying this card is absolutely worth it