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Best things to do in Binnenstad, Amsterdam-Centrum

“The Royal Palace is placed at the King's disposal and is active use by the Dutch Royal House. It is open for visitors most of the year. You are more than welcome to discover the rich history and interior of this magnificent building in the heart of Amsterdam. The Palace is closed during royal events. A free audio guide is available in Dutch, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese and Russian.”
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“Visit Rembrandt van Rijn’s home and workshop. For twenty years Rembrandt lived and worked in this impressive building in the heart of Amsterdam, now a museum.”
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“If you want to see Beyonce, Michael Jackson or other wax statues of world famous stars, this is the place to be”
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History Museum
“No nonsense history museum with a great audio guides and interactive exhibits. Just around the corner off the shopping street Kalverstraat. Interessting setting. Do not miss the walk through the Begijnhof. Higly recomended!”
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History Museum
“learn about the history of Amsterdam next to it you'll find the BEGIJNHOF. A piece of paradise in the city center”
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“This one is very special! It's an old seventeenth-century house from the Dutch Golden Age. You will see how Dutch people lived in that century. The most special thing is the hidden church in the attic! Learn and see more about this place by visiting the website or the place it self. Even for Dutchies quite special! ”
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“The Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) is a 15th-century church in Amsterdam located on Dam Square, next to the Royal Palace. Formerly a Dutch Reformed Church parish, it now belongs to the Protestant Church in the Netherlands.”
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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
“Visit the BODY WORLDS exhibition and discover the secrets of the human body through real anatomic models.”
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“The museum is open daily from 11 am to midnight. Located at the heart of the Red Light District in the city center, it can be found at Oudezijds Achterburgwal 60 and costs 10 euro for admission. It is a five minute walk from the central train stationAmsterdam is known for its wide streets, classic museums and colorful canals. It is also known for its coffeehouse culture and open-minded approach to both cannabis and prostitution. Visitors flock to see the city’s Red Light District, where prostitution is legal and very much out in the open. Red Light Secrets, located in the heart of the area, is the world’s only museum dedicated to the risque profession—offering an eye-opening ”
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“Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is located in Dam Square in Amsterdam’s Red Light District. Each location around the world has different artifacts, so even those who have been to others will find unique items in the exhibits. It’s open daily until 8:30pm, with a separate entrance cost for the 5-D theaterWith his collection of rare and exceptionally bizarre artifacts, Robert Ripley’s name has become associated with items you have to see to believe. Many of his outrageous items are on display at this Amsterdam museum, including a 7-meter tall Transformer made of car parts, a shrunken head from the Amazon, a real Faberge egg, and an ancient T-Rex skull. It is a collection of oddities ”
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“Just like any other museum, you can only see but not touch or smoke the exhibits. ”
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“The Torture Museum is located at Singel 449 in the heart of the city, near the flower market overlooking the Singel canal. It is reachable by public transport via trams 1, 2 or 5 to Centraal Station. The museum is open daily from 10 AM until 11 PM. Admission is €7.50 for adults and €4 for children. The museum is multilingual, with information provided in English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.Fittingly, the layout of the Torture Museum is of a maze of small, dark rooms. Often listed amongst the “world's most unusual museums”, it features a theatrical atmosphere, which lightens what would otherwise be a rather somber mood. Each room displays one or two torture devices...”
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“Allard Pierson Museum is the archaeology museum of the University of Amsterdam. The ancient civilisations of ancient Egypt, the Near East, the Greek World, Etruria and the Roman Empire are revived in this museum via art-objects and utensils, dating from 10,000 BC to 1000 AD give an impression of everyday-life from those periods. www.allardpiersonmuseum.nl/en ”
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“Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) With its classical sandstone façade looming over Amsterdam’s central Dam Square, the 17th-century Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) has been a firm favorite on tourist itineraries since becoming state property back in 1936. Designed by Jacob van Campen, the impressive Romanesque construction is fashioned around over 13,500 woolen piles sunk into the ground and is best known for its iconic rooftop statue of Greek titan Atlas, straining beneath the weight of the world on his back. First built as a city hall, the building was transformed into a Royal Palace back in 1808, under reign of Louis I, King of Holland and is still used frequently for state visits.”
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