Experience Amsterdam’s top museums without any hassle or planning. This Guided Tour Amsterdam Museums includes entry tickets to the following museums: the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Amsterdam Diamond Museum.
Besides not having to wait in line at such top attractions as the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum this tour also includes a delicious lunch and a great canal cruise through Amsterdam’s 17th century gorgeous canal ring. Spend a relaxing day in Amsterdam, no worries, just great museums and a beautiful city!
Meet up with your tour guide at Amsterdam’s Museum District (locally known as the Museumplein). Home to the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Amsterdam Diamond Museum. At the meeting point check in with your tour guide and meet your group for the day. The guided tour Amsterdam museums starts off with a visit to the Rijksmuseum.
Skip the long line together with your group and explore Holland’s number one museum together with your knowledgable guide. See and hear about the Dutch masters on display including Rembrandt and Vermeer. The museum hosts an impressive number of 75 galleries. After seeing everything that is on display head down to the museum’s restaurant where you get to enjoy a lovely lunch.
Fun fact: Did you know that Rembrandt’s got married in Amsterdam’s oldest building?
Next up is a canal cruise down Amsterdam’s famous UNESCO Wold Heritage canals. Afterwards easily enter the Van Gogh Museum by again skipping the line. Inside your tour guide tells you about the life of the world’s most famous painter.
Hear interesting facts and great stories. The last stop of this Guided Tour Amsterdam Museums experience is the Diamond Museum Amsterdam. The guide will leave you at this point with the tickets and you can then explore this other great museum on your own.
The collection of paintings at the Rijksmuseum provide an overview of Dutch painting from the 15th century to around 1900. The emphasis of the collection is mainly on 17th-century Dutch Masters, including Rembrandt, Vermeer and Hals.
The various masterpieces are presented in the hall of honor, a large hall in the longitudinal axis of the museum. At the end of this room is the most famous work of the museum, the Night Watch by Rembrandt.
The Van Gogh museum hosts the largest collection of Van Gogh’s paintings in the world. The collection contains more than two hundred paintings, five hundred drawings and seven hundred letters by Vincent van Gogh, as well as his collection of Japanese prints. Learn about this Dutch master during this guided tour Amsterdam museums.
The only Diamond museum in Europe and its collection spans over 400 years of diamond history. Inside learn about the mining, cutting and processing of diamonds. There are also various (replicas of) famous diamonds and the smallest diamond in the world is located in the museum, a stone with 57 facets, weighing just 0.0000743 carats!
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