Guided tour through Panorama Amsterdam
Amsterdam Museum on the Amstel
Discover the city through stories from the exhibition Panorama Amsterdam.
Themes such as science, trade, women's emancipation, the Second World War, protests, Ajax, migration and sexual freedom are among those discussed during this tour.
The Amsterdam Museum manages more than 100,000 objects, collected over almost five centuries. Works of art and historical objects have been commissioned, donated or purchased by the city council and municipal institutions, by wealthy citizens and, of course, by the museum itself since its establishment in 1926. Beginning in the 16th century, you will hear chronologically about the history of Amsterdam up to the present. In the 'laboratory' in the middle of the room, you will zoom in on themes that are closely linked to the city, but which do not always belong to the traditional, 'great' history.
Amstel 51, fotograaf: Eva Bloem
A guided tour lasts approximately one hour and costs € 76,30 per museum docent (excluding admission to the museum). A museum docent will lead a maximum of 15 visitors, but additional docents are available on request.
- Visitors: maximum 15
- Costs: € 70,- excl. entrance ticket and VAT
- Location: Amsterdam Museum on the Amstel
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