Amsterdam Museum at the Amstel
Amstel 51, 1018 EJ Amsterdam
Plan your visit
The Amsterdam Museum is a place for sharing knowledge and meaningful stories, to see and better understand each other. We encourage discussion on everything about the city of the past, today and the future. Together we hope to make the city livable, for everyone.
Max 15 personen
Our guides are able to give tours adapted to your wishes. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a group visit. We allow a maximum of 15 persons per group, with at least 2 chaperones per group for school classes. Guided tours (max. 1 hour) are offered in Dutch and English. Please reserve at least 2 weeks in advance. We charge €70 per group.
Group entrance at the Amsterdam Museum on the Amstel
Groups may use the group entrance located at the rear of the museum at Nieuwe Keizersgracht 1.
It is possible to stop briefly on the Weesperzijde to allow groups to disembark. The group entrance is located at the rear of the museum at Nieuwe Keizersgracht 1. Visit Tourbuzz.nl for information about bus parking in Amsterdam. Bus drivers and tour guides receive free admission to the museum.
A public pier is located in front of Amstel 51 where (tour) boat passengers who would like to visit the museum may disembark.
How to get there
The museum is easily accessible by public transport:
- Tram 4 (stop Rembrandtplein) and 14 (stop Waterlooplein)
- Metro 51, 53 and 54 (stop Waterlooplein, exit Nieuwe Herengracht)
Nearest parking garages are: Nationale Opera & Ballet, Waterlooplein, The Bank and Markenhoven. For more information, please visit amsterdam.nl/parkeren.
Amsterdam Museum on the Amstel is fully wheelchair accessible (this includes lifts, parking spaces for the disabled, and accessible restrooms). If you would like to use one of our walkers, wheelchairs, or parking spaces, please make a reservation well in advance by emailing email@example.com.
Companions of persons with a disability receive free admission
Would you like to bring a companion who will assist you? Companions of people with disabilities receive free admission. It is also possible to borrow a stool during your visit to the museum. These are lightweight and easy to carry. Stools are available at the information desk by the entrance.