Superb setting, fascinating and varied exhibitions (Aleppo, Body art, Indonesia etc) Leave the hustle and bustle of the centre of town, take the number 9 tram and enjoy. You will not regret the trip!
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I went there specifically to see the Indonesian exhibit. It is excellent and provides a quick lesson of the role the Dutch had in Indonesia. Not all was good!!
Dear HansBr, Thanks for your reaction on. Yes, it's true that not everything was good!! It's nice to hear that you found the exhibit excellent. Hopefully we'll see you soon inthe museum again. Kind greetings, Rachel
There were so many different exhibitions at the this place! We came for the Body Art exhibit but also enjoyed the Music and other exhibits. It's a nice building as well. I recommend 1 to 1.5 hours for this place.
Dear difelidi, Thanks for your positive feedback. Hopefully you'll visit the museum again in the near future! Kind regards, Rachel
We came as a family with a 5 and 6 year old. The museum was set in a beautiful park where we spent some time before and after. The museum focused on various groups of people, identities, stories, etc. The children loved taking part in...More
Dear ssaleh2017, Thanks for your positive feedback! We are glad to hear that you had a good time in the museum. I will pass the bit about the cafe being expensive to one of my colleagues. Hopefully we'll see you in the museum sometime in...More
This museum offers up a different take on Dutch history with an exclusive focus on its colonial rule. Fascinating exhibitions displayed in an impressive building. I particularly enjoyed the section on the Dutch East India Company. Third floor temporary exhibit on body art was not...More
Dear Brichford, Thank you for visiting and for your positive words about our exhibitions. We hope to see you back in the future! Kind regards, Aernout
I was told that this museum is often overlooked by visitors coming to Amsterdam. I don't understand why - the building itself is amazing, with a soaring entrance hall reflecting the greatness of Dutch exploration age. It houses an interesting collection of art and artifacts...More
Dear Juma1707, Thank you for your reaction. We agree that the museum should not be missed and hope to see you back in the future! Kind regards, Aernout
My wife and I went to Amsterdam for a 5-day honeymoon. We had a great experience visiting one of the largest museums in Amsterdam, which is an ethnographic museum which houses collections for many geographical areas such as Southeast Asia, South Asia, West Asia &...More
Dear JK-TheNilssons, Thank you for your reaction. We are glad you and your wife enjoyed our Indonesia exhibition and we hope to see you back in the future! Kind regards, Aernout
Went here to look at the body art exhibition. Slightly put off on approach as it seemed to be for children but actually the three exhibitions on body art, African roots through to current rock and pop music and photos / films of Aleppo were...More
Dear Malbur, Thank you for your reaction. We hope to see you back in the future! Kind regards, Aernout
Once again free admission with our City pass, otherwise may well have missed this. Wonderful building, great exhibitions and lots of fun things for kids to do. Well worth a visit at 15 Euros.
Dear colin1957, Thanks for your positive reaction! Hopefully you'll visit us soon again in the future. Kind regards, Rachel
Probably one of the museums that I have ever visited. You can see story of music, than dutch colonial history and a lot of other stuff.
Dear AndrejP81, Thanks for your reaction. Hopefully you'll come back soon! Kind regards, Rachel