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Huis Marseille is Amsterdam's first photography museum. For over fifteen years now, Huis Marseille has been offering a varied exhibition program in which photography's rich history and diverse uses are given consideration. In addition to this, the...more
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Keizersgracht 401, 1016 EK Amsterdam, The Netherlands
All reviews exhibition space canal house temporary exhibits beautiful canal typical dutch canal side interesting exhibition book shop great building on display foam photographs library artists canalside documentary media
This is more a gallery and the exhibits will change. But you get to see a traditional canal side house, well 2 actually, as you move from room to room. There is also an exhibit in the garden house and I’m sure in summer it...More
Say the word museum and I think most people imagine a space exhibiting – at least in part – a permanent collection. This place isn't that sort of place. Instead it features temporary exhibits of contemporary art photography, both solo and group shows. The work...More
If you want to see two (since 2013 connected) typical old (350 y.) canal houses with all the floors and nice garden with flowers and various well-presented and interesting photo/video exhibitions than this is the place to visit in city centre. The garden house is...More
The building itself was very nice and it is located on a beautiful historic street; however, the exhibits were disappointing. There are very few photographs (only a few per room) and most were pictures of rocks. Perhaps I just visited at a time when the...More
Very special and pleasant surprise to visit this hidden gem in the heart of the city, small but intimate, very sensational curation of contemporary photography in a charming historical maison of great history.
Visit Huis Marseille, located on the Keizersgracht, one of the famous canals in Amsterdam in a beautiful monumental building where the museum is named after. It is the first museum to exhibit photos as a form of art in the Netherlands. It has a new...More
We visited both these photography museums in the same day. FOAM was by far the best. This one is a bit niche. Looks closed from the outside but an automatic door gains you entry. More expensive than FOAM.
We enjoyed our visit here even though the current exhibitions were not right up our alley.We didn't need to spend more then an hour or so because of this but do not let that deter you from checking this museum out.Art can be so very...More
Photography is art and therefore there are things that you will love, like, loathe and hate or just have not interest in. The exhibits for my visit were very good documentary journalistic photo exhibits, but unfortunately neither if the exhibits lit my flame so to...More
Huis Marseille was an amazing find. I was looking for something different and an exhibit, Jerusalem Stone caught my eye. Entry fee was beyond reasonable at 8 euro. The museum is small but laid out over several floors. Each room is curated beautifully for maximum...More
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is as historically significant as it is perennially popular. Whether you’re a history buff, architecture enthusiast, shutterbug, or fashionista, odds are you’ll find the Amsterdam you're looking for while roaming around the Grachtengordel (Canal Ring). A brilliant place to get lost in a moody meander and a key component to any sightseeing trip to Amsterdam, this area's major draws
include the Anne Frank House, the Bloemenmarkt floating flower market, an enviable assortment of independent boutiques along De Negen Straatjes, and of course all of Grachtengordel’s lovely canals and bridges.
I would look af both websides first to see what the exhibitions of the moment are and choose the one you like most. If you like them both as well I would choose the huis of Marseille for this is also an interesting old... More
I would look af both websides first to see what the exhibitions of the moment are and choose the one you like most. If you like them both as well I would choose the huis of Marseille for this is also an interesting old amsterdam canal house and it has a garden and a little exhibition spot in the garden. And maybe the enterce price influences you. If you plan on many museums you could by a museum year card for 55,- and see as much as you like. Hope you have a great stay.Emmy