This house is big and beautiful with a very interesting history. Bol 1st house and later the Van Loon's. Just beautiful period details.
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This is the home of a wealthy merchant and it gives you a nice insight to how the working rich lived. While only 4 major rooms on each of the 2 stories (not counting the lower floor consisting of the kitchen and larders) this shows...More
I went there with kids (9 & 10) during the museum night. It is a place where you travel in time and you can see how rich people lived back then. The museum is pretty small, so easy to move around and enjoy its beauty....More
I wanted to be nosy and see inside one of the many tall and majestic houses in Amsterdam, so visited this old house whose first tenant was the painter Ferdinand Bol. It's a perfect little stately home, and the grand rooms are like a tardis....More
This should be a major tourist attraction but it’s not. Perhaps more about the VOC and the founder would be nice to see, if your not Dutch you might not get the significance. Lots of old paintings and house hold family artefacts
My wife and I were in Amsterdam for a couple of days before joining a cruise, as we were staying at the not that far away Park Hotel so we thought we would visit the Van Loon Museum. Although the house was interesting, I thought...More
...there are three but this one is the best set up to enjoy and learn about life among the successful of early Amsterdam. Easy to find in a very safe area and not crowded. Worth the time.
This is first and foremost a family home where the present family still live. It is lovely to see the way the successful Dutch families lived in earlier days, and this house is beautifully preserved, yet in no way is it like a museum -...More
The home and gardens were lovely. We had no wait to enter and it was not crowded at all. It was interesting to see how life was back in the Golden Age of Amsterdam, from the home to the gardens to the carriage house. Highly...More
The Van Loon family has been one of the wealthiest in Amsterdam and after making money in the Dutch East India Company they became nobility and affluent bankers. This house was bought as a wedding present in 1884 but was built in 1672 for a...More