Over the next few years, our main location at the Burgerweeshuis on the Kalverstraat will be undergoing renovation. In the meantime, we can be found at Amstel 51, online, and at other locations in Amsterdam.
The new Amsterdam Museum will be an open, friendly place where visitors and residents can get to know Amsterdam in a museum setting that is closely connected to the neighborhood, the city, and its inhabitants. We are recalibrating the city museum for the coming decades, as well as restoring the impressive monument that houses it.
The new Amsterdam Museum—an extensive project by the Municipality of Amsterdam, Neutelings Riedijk Architecten, and the Amsterdam Museum—will enjoy expanded and improved space for the collection and its visitors, enhanced accessibility, more visibility, and better sustainability. In this new phase in the historic complex’s long history, the museum will soon reopen its doors to even more residents and visitors of Amsterdam
Groups can use the group entrance at the rear of the museum at Nieuwe Keizersgracht 1. Our professional guides can give a guided tour of the exhibition according to your wishes. Guided tours (max. 1 hour) are offered in Dutch and English. Reservations must be made at least 2 weeks before the start, costs € 70,- per group (max. 15 persons). You can make a request via email@example.com.
It is possible to stop briefly on the Weesperzijde to allow groups to disembark. The group entrance is at the rear of the museum at Nieuwe Keizersgracht 1. For information on bus parking in Amsterdam go to www.iamsterdam.com. The bus driver and guide receive a free entrance ticket.
In front of the Hermitage Amsterdam, there is a public jetty where (canal) boat passengers wishing to visit the museum can be dropped off.
Amsterdam Museum on the Amstel is fully wheelchair friendly and accessible (including lifts, parking spaces and toilets). If you want to use one of our rollators, wheelchairs or parking spaces, it is best to email us in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.