Biblical Museum

The Biblical Museum in Amsterdam

The Biblical Museum is a museum on the Herengracht canal in Amsterdam. It wants visitors become familiar with the stories from the Bible.

The museum holds the first printed Bible in the Netherlands, called the Delft Bible from 1477. It also has a first printing of the King James Version of 1637, there are models of the Temple of Solomon, the Temple of Herod, and a 19th-century model of the Tabernacle. The museum holds archaeological finds (mostly from the period of the 1st century BC. until the 1st century AD. ), religious objects and a number of prints.

The museum is derived from the collection of 19th-century clergyman Leendert Schouten, who include a model of the Tabernacle built and also collected a lot of material from the era and region of the Bible.

In the garden of the museum are a number of plants and trees mentioned in the Bible, such as the date palm, oleander, fig tree and Judas tree, in the "smell cabinet" visitors can smell different scents that are mentioned in the Bible, such as almond and acacia.

Biblical Museum in Amsterdam

Visit permanent and temporary exhibitions during a visit to the Biblical Museum in Amsterdam. This cultural trip is a must during your city trip or weekend break to Amsterdam. The museum is located in a beautiful historical building in the city centre of Amsterdam.

Address

Biblical Museum (Bijbels Museum)
Herengracht 366-368
1016 CH Amsterdam

Phone: +31 (0) 20 624 2436

Email: info@bijbelsmuseum.nl

Website: www.bijbelsmuseum.nl

Biblical Museum Book Online

Prices

* Adults: € 8.00
* Children 5 to 18 years: € 4.00
* Children 0 to 4 years: free
* Holders of CJP or Student Card: € 6.00
* Museumkaart, I Amsterdam City Card, Stadspas: free
* Rembrandtpas, ICOM, Holland Pass voucher: free

Tickets

* At the ticket counter in the museum
Online Tickets: We recommend that you buy your tickets online. An e-ticket gives you fast admission to the Museum

Opening hours

The Biblical Museum is opened 6 days a week from Tuesday until Sunday

Tuesday till Saturday from 10 am till 5 pm

Sundays and holidays from 11 am till 5 pm

Closed on Mondays and April 27 (King's Day)

In 2015 the Biblical Museum is opened from Tuesday until Sunday 11 am till 5 pm


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Biblical Museum

The Biblical Museum in Amsterdam

The Biblical Museum is a museum on the Herengracht canal in Amsterdam. It wants visitors become familiar with the stories from the Bible.

The museum holds the first printed Bible in the Netherlands, called the Delft Bible from 1477. It also has a first printing of the King James Version of 1637, there are models of the Temple of Solomon, the Temple of Herod, and a 19th-century model of the Tabernacle. The museum holds archaeological finds (mostly from the period of the 1st century BC. until the 1st century AD. ), religious objects and a number of prints.

The museum is derived from the collection of 19th-century clergyman Leendert Schouten, who include a model of the Tabernacle built and also collected a lot of material from the era and region of the Bible.

In the garden of the museum are a number of plants and trees mentioned in the Bible, such as the date palm, oleander, fig tree and Judas tree, in the "smell cabinet" visitors can smell different scents that are mentioned in the Bible, such as almond and acacia.

Biblical Museum in Amsterdam

Visit permanent and temporary exhibitions during a visit to the Biblical Museum in Amsterdam. This cultural trip is a must during your city trip or weekend break to Amsterdam. The museum is located in a beautiful historical building in the city centre of Amsterdam.

Address

Biblical Museum (Bijbels Museum)
Herengracht 366-368
1016 CH Amsterdam

Phone: +31 (0) 20 624 2436

Email: info@bijbelsmuseum.nl

Website: www.bijbelsmuseum.nl

Biblical Museum Book Online


Prices

* Adults: € 8.00
* Children 5 to 18 years: € 4.00
* Children 0 to 4 years: free
* Holders of CJP or Student Card: € 6.00
* Museumkaart, I Amsterdam City Card, Stadspas: free
* Rembrandtpas, ICOM, Holland Pass voucher: free

Tickets

* At the ticket counter in the museum
Online Tickets: We recommend that you buy your tickets online. An e-ticket gives you fast admission to the Museum

Opening hours

The Biblical Museum is opened 6 days a week from Tuesday until Sunday

Tuesday till Saturday from 10 am till 5 pm

Sundays and holidays from 11 am till 5 pm

Closed on Mondays and April 27 (King's Day)

In 2015 the Biblical Museum is opened from Tuesday until Sunday 11 am till 5 pm


Amsterdam Travel Guide: Museums

Amsterdam tourist information about Biblical Museum

Amsterdam-Travel-Guide.Net

Biblical Museum

The Biblical Museum in Amsterdam

The Biblical Museum is a museum on the Herengracht canal in Amsterdam. It wants visitors become familiar with the stories from the Bible.

The museum holds the first printed Bible in the Netherlands, called the Delft Bible from 1477. It also has a first printing of the King James Version of 1637, there are models of the Temple of Solomon, the Temple of Herod, and a 19th-century model of the Tabernacle. The museum holds archaeological finds (mostly from the period of the 1st century BC. until the 1st century AD. ), religious objects and a number of prints.

The museum is derived from the collection of 19th-century clergyman Leendert Schouten, who include a model of the Tabernacle built and also collected a lot of material from the era and region of the Bible.

In the garden of the museum are a number of plants and trees mentioned in the Bible, such as the date palm, oleander, fig tree and Judas tree, in the "smell cabinet" visitors can smell different scents that are mentioned in the Bible, such as almond and acacia.

Biblical Museum in Amsterdam

Visit permanent and temporary exhibitions during a visit to the Biblical Museum in Amsterdam. This cultural trip is a must during your city trip or weekend break to Amsterdam. The museum is located in a beautiful historical building in the city centre of Amsterdam.

Address

Biblical Museum (Bijbels Museum)
Herengracht 366-368
1016 CH Amsterdam

Phone: +31 (0) 20 624 2436

Email: info@bijbelsmuseum.nl

Website: www.bijbelsmuseum.nl

Biblical Museum Book Online


Prices

* Adults: € 8.00
* Children 5 to 18 years: € 4.00
* Children 0 to 4 years: free
* Holders of CJP or Student Card: € 6.00
* Museumkaart, I Amsterdam City Card, Stadspas: free
* Rembrandtpas, ICOM, Holland Pass voucher: free

Tickets

* At the ticket counter in the museum
Online Tickets: We recommend that you buy your tickets online. An e-ticket gives you fast admission to the Museum

Opening hours

The Biblical Museum is opened 6 days a week from Tuesday until Sunday

Tuesday till Saturday from 10 am till 5 pm

Sundays and holidays from 11 am till 5 pm

Closed on Mondays and April 27 (King's Day)

In 2015 the Biblical Museum is opened from Tuesday until Sunday 11 am till 5 pm


Amsterdam Travel Guide: Museums

Amsterdam tourist information about Biblical Museum

Amsterdam-Travel-Guide.Net