Willet-Holthuysen is a true gem and a must for those who would love to know what Amsterdam's canal houses looked like ... More
Willet-Holthuysen is a true gem and a must for those who would love to know what Amsterdam's canal houses looked like centuries ago. In this 17th-century house, named after the last inhabitant (who left her house and everything in it to the city of Amsterdam in 1889), you can visit a 18th-century kitchen, as well as other 18th-19th-century rooms. The garden, laid out in 18th-century style, is also worth a visit. Don't miss the art collection from the former 17th-century owner of the house, Abraham Willet on the top floor.
The House Boat museum also known as the Woonbootmuseum, is located on the Hendrika Maria, a former commercial sailing ship
built in 1914. On board, the visitor obtains information on the nature of this special lifestyle, living on a ...
EYE has an extensive collection of film titles, posters and photographs that span the entire history of cinematography from silent
films to contemporary digital movies. Titles are added to this collection regularly, including foreign films. Besides the many themed ...
Museum Van Loon is housed along a canal in a building made of two structures dating from 1672. In 1884
the house was bought by the Van Loon family. The Van Loons lived there until 1945. After a full ...