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Best things to do in Amsterdam

“Fascinating museum all about the history of the canals of Amsterdam. It located in a beautiful canal house on the Herengracht.”
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“Learn about the Dutch resistance in World War II. You'll see, hear and read fascinating stories about the exceptional as well as the everyday. Both interactive and non-interactive exhibitions.”
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“For decades, this church, De Nieuwe Kerk Amsterdam has been known for its highprofile exhibitions about art, photography, and inspiring individuals and cultures. With an average of 220,000 visitors a year, the church is one of the most popular exhibition venues in the Netherlands. It also plays a role of national significance, hosting royal ceremonies, official gatherings, and cultural events.”
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“House of Bols, the Cocktail & Genever Experience great place to get to know Dutch Genever.”
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“This museum has a remarkable collection of modern and contemporary works by artists of the CoBrA (Copenhagen, Brussels, Amsterdam) movement, founded in 1948 by Danish, Belgian and Dutch artists seeking to break away from post-war artistic conventions to create more spontaneous works that were livelier and used brighter colours. They were inspired by popular and primitive art, drawings by children and the mentally ill. A wonderful overview of (semi-) abstract Dutch art from 1945 to 1955.”
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Monument / Point de repère
“One of the few traditional windmills left in Amsterdam. Museum which tells the history of the wind mill and the activities it was used for during the years.”
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Boutique de souvenirs
“Droog is a conceptual design company that focus on matters that affect society and its people. The work is anti-disciplinary. And the outcome can be anything that contributes to society.”
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“Cottoncake offers lovely shops together with very chic healthy menus ! One of my favs! ”
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“Venustempel Sex Museum The Venustempel Sex Museum in Amsterdam is the world’s first sex museum. Housed in a 17-th­century building in the very heart of the city, it features an extensive collection of erotic paintings, statues, recordings, photographs, and other items relating to sex and eroticism. All of the exhibits were personally curated by the owners and remain on permanent display. The main theme is the evolution of human sexuality throughout the ages. Venustempel began in 1985 with just a small display of erotic artifacts from the 19th century. Due to its huge popularity with the general public, its collection was later expanded upon, and the museum now sees more than 500,000 visitor”
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Science Museum
“Fun interactive museum, check out how many microbes you exchange during a passionate kiss”
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History Museum
“Welcome to Herengracht 605. This doublefronted town house was built in 1687, towards the end of Amsterdam's Golden Age. It was occupied by various families. You had to be very wealthy to live in a house like this, on one of the city’s smartest canals. This was certainly true of Abraham Willet and his rich wife Sandrina Louisa Geertruyda Holthuysen, who lived here from 1861 to 1895. Their lives feature strongly throughout the museum.”
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“A lot of Dutch people live on houseboats. Here is your chance to check one out! Entrance 3.75 Free with Amsterdam Card”
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Galerie d'art
“This is only 1 of the 9 famous shopping streets in Amsterdam, packed with boutiques where you can find unique things for yourself or as a present. The other 8 streets are in the same area.”
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Science Museum
“The anatomy museum BODY WORLDS: The Happiness Project in the heart of Amsterdam takes you on a thrilling voyage of discovery through the human body, in search of what makes us happy and the impact of happiness on our health. More than 200 anatomical specimens of real human bodies show the complexity, resilience and vulnerability of the body. They show how our organs work, and the e􀃔ect of common diseases. Gunther von Hagens’ BODY WORLDS exhibitions have prompted a worldwide revolution. Never before has an exhibition had such a momentous effect on the way people view themselves and their bodies.”
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Historic Site
“There is no need for a description. You can't miss visiting Anne Frank's house while in Amsterdam.”
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Marijuana Dispensary
“Friendly, local coffeeshop with quality products and great staff (also organic options) ”
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