Amsterdam's largest green areas are on the edge of town. The Amsterdamse Bos is easy to find, with boating lakes, an ... More
Amsterdam's largest green areas are on the edge of town. The Amsterdamse Bos is easy to find, with boating lakes, an open-air theater, a large playground, a small recreation area, and sandpit. While nature lovers may enjoy a beautiful walk through the woods, plane spotters can watch low-flying aircraft coming from Schiphol. The Amsterdamse Bos is also where you'll find the Bos Museum, which has maps of the park, including walking routes and Geitenhouderij Ridammerhoeve, a goat farm with 120 goats. It also sells bio-dynamic goat's dairy products.
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 ...
The Begijnhof lies hidden away from the noisy shopping street Kalverstraat, next to the Amsterdam Museum. Most of the houses
in the area were built in the 17th century; the oldest house in Amsterdam made of wood, dating from ...
For those who admire the Dutch knack of designing, Arcam Architectuurcentrum Amsterdam must be a part of your itinerary. Lectures,
discussion and exhibitions are frequently organized here. Previous discussions have included scientific city planning and developments around the Science ...