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Jewish Cultural Quarter Self-Guided Tour

Jewish Cultural Quarter Self-Guided Tour - Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

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$17.69

Beautiful synagogues, striking buildings and impressive monuments colour the streets of Amsterdam’s Jewish Cultural Quarter. Stroll through this historic area and visit the Jewish Historical Museum, a leading Dutch cultural institution with an engaging Children's Museum, the remarkable Portuguese Synagogue, the moving National Holocaust Memorial (Hollandsche Schouwburg) and National Holocaust Museum ... More info ›

Beautiful synagogues, striking buildings and impressive monuments colour the streets of Amsterdam’s Jewish Cultural Quarter. Stroll through this historic area and visit the Jewish Historical Museum, a leading Dutch cultural institution with an engaging Children's Museum, the remarkable Portuguese Synagogue, the moving National Holocaust Memorial (Hollandsche Schouwburg) and National Holocaust Museum. Five cultural institutions accessible with a single ticket.

Discover the Jewish Cultural Quarter in the heart of Amsterdam.
Stunning synagogues, striking buildings and impressive memorials grace the streets of Amsterdam’s old Jewish quarter. In the heart of the neighbourhood, an area of less than one square kilometre, is the Jewish Cultural Quarter, which includes the Jewish Historical Museum with the engaging JHM Children’s Museum, the stately Portuguese Synagogue, the National Holocaust Memorial and the National Holocaust Museum. Here visitors can find out all about Jewish culture, history and traditions – all with just one ticket.

Portuguese Synagogue
In the centre of the Jewish Cultural Quarter stands the magnificent Portuguese Synagogue. The building is still used as a house of worship, but it is also open to the public, and concerts are held there regularly. The 17th-century interior is still fully intact and illuminated by hundreds of candles. The other buildings in the complex include treasure chambers where visitors can admire a unique collection of ceremonial objects made of silver, gold, silk and brocade. 

Jewish Historical Museum

Any trip to Amsterdam should include a visit to the Jewish Historical Museum. This museum, housed in four monumental synagogues, offers a unique look at Jewish life in the Netherlands past and present in all its complexity. The museum has a large multimedia collection ranging from paintings to films and from everyday objects to 3D presentations and always offers one or two temporary exhibitions. 

JHM Children's Museum
Inside the Jewish Historical Museum is another museum, just for children! It is set up as a Jewish family home with six rooms, where children aged 6 to 12 can play games that will teach them about Jewish culture – sometimes seriously and sometimes with humour. Children can bake rolls in the kosher kitchen, learn Hebrew in the study or make music together in the music room.

National Holocaust Memorial
During the Second World War, the occupying forces made Jews assemble in this former theatre. Tens of thousands of people were held here, not knowing what fate awaited them, until they were deported to concentration and extermination camps. The Hollandsche Schouwburg is now a memorial site with a wall of names commemorating the Jewish victims. It also holds an exhibition about the Holocaust in the Netherlands.

National Holocaust Museum
Through this former teacher training school hundreds of Jewish children, who were held captive in the crèche next door, were smuggled to relatively safe places with the help of the resistance during the Second World War. At this historic site, in the National Holocaust Museum, the story of the Holocaust is told in changing exhibitions and events in an artistic form and based on personal accounts.

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Skip-the-Line: Diamond Museum Amsterdam Admission Ticket

Skip-the-Line: Diamond Museum Amsterdam Admission Ticket - Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

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$10.03

Visit the Diamond Museum and become a diamond expert! A visit to the Diamond Museum Amsterdam sends you to a journey that starts 200 kilometers below the surface of the earth. You will learn how diamonds are formed through a process of billions of years to their final shape we all know and love ... More info ›

Visit the Diamond Museum and become a diamond expert! A visit to the Diamond Museum Amsterdam sends you to a journey that starts 200 kilometers below the surface of the earth. You will learn how diamonds are formed through a process of billions of years to their final shape we all know and love. But it doesn’t stop there because at our museum you see actual diamond polishers and goldsmiths turn rough stones into the most beautiful jewellery.

Located between the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum at the famous Museum Square you will find the Diamond Museum Amsterdam.

Amsterdam and diamonds are a perfect match since the 16th century where the trade flourished for more than 400 years now. For four centuries the passion and dedication to the craft of diamond polishing led to the current situation where Amsterdam is the city of diamonds and the worldwide recognized center of the diamond trade.

The Diamond Museum Amsterdam is the only museum of its kind in the world, founded by Coster Diamonds. Many famous diamonds were cut in Amsterdam by the polishers of Coster Diamonds, such as the Cullinan (the largest diamond ever found) and the Koh-I-Nor (the mountain of light). 

Learn about every aspect of the world of diamonds. From the origins of diamonds, to the valuation, different types of diamond and the attributes that make them special and so valuable. See the most beautiful diamond artifacts and the smallest diamond ever cut.

Gaze upon the diamond encrusted version of 'Starry Starry Night' by van Gogh, see how kings throughout history showed their power and status through the 'Crowns Around the World' collection and the famous diamond-studded ape skull.

The diamond museum is easy to reach and when you are done, you are welcome to visit Coster Diamonds next door and see the diamond polishers and goldsmiths at work creating the most beautiful diamond jewelery.

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Private Tour: Skip-the-Line Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Guided Tour

Private Tour: Skip-the-Line Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Guided Tour - Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Duration: 5 to 5.5 hrs
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

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$159.25

Take our most popular private tour of Amsterdam’s best museums. Perfect for an introduction to Van Gogh and the artists of the Dutch Golden Age, this tour will take you on an artistic and historical journey through the 18th and 19th centuries ... More info ›

Take our most popular private tour of Amsterdam’s best museums. Perfect for an introduction to Van Gogh and the artists of the Dutch Golden Age, this tour will take you on an artistic and historical journey through the 18th and 19th centuries. The 5 to 5.5-hour walking tour includes entry to both museums so you can skip the line and learn about the museums’ collections with one of our engaging expert guides, whom you’ll have all to yourself.

You start this tour at the Rijksmuseum to indulge in some of Holland’s most famous artists, like Rembrandt, while learning about the country’s cultural history. Our guides will share their favorite stories about the museum’s best and quirkiest pieces. For those who aren’t familiar with Dutch culture, you will explore its rich and vibrant past through a selection of paintings and artifacts from the 8000 objects on display. You’ll explore familiar names like Rembrandt while discussing lesser known items like 17th century dollhouses and Vermeer’s portrait of domesticity, “The Milkmaid.” There’s even a fascinating 19th century library containing more stories than you could ever tell.

Next, you’ve heard about one of the world’s most famous painters, Vincent Van Gogh. But what do you really know about this Dutch artist? After a break for lunch, enter the Van Gogh Museum to meet the man behind the famous sunflowers and self-portraits that feature in galleries around the world. See his work “The Potato Eaters” and “The Bedroom” as well as objects from his studio. Visit the world’s largest collection of Van Gogh’s works while learning about his troubled life from his days in Holland to his dramatic ending in France. And yes, you’ll discuss that whole ear incident. 

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