Museum Van Loon

Museum Van Loon in Amsterdam

17th century canal house on the Keizersgracht with beautiful garden and carriage house.

In the heart of Amsterdam on the Keizersgracht is the home of the Amsterdam regent family Van Loon. Willem van Loon was in 1602 co-founded the VOC. Six days a week the family opens their home and collection to the public.

In one of the most beatiful houses of the city, visitors can catch a glimpse of the living culture of the Amsterdam Van Loon family.

The building on Keizersgracht 672 in 1672 was designed by architect Adriaen Dortsman. The first resident of the house was Ferdinand Bol, Rembrandt's famous pupil. Current decoration still breathes the atmosphere of the wealth that the city experienced at that time. In the rooms you will find portraits, beautiful furniture, fine silverware and porcelain from different centuries.

Behind the House is a 17th century garden that is covered by the beautiful façade of the Coach House. A unique whole that you will not find anymore anywhere else in this original condition.

The museum has its name from the Van Loon family, starting from 1884 the last residents of the Canal House and founder of the museum. The family is originally from the village of Loon op Zand and settles in the 17th century in Amsterdam. For centuries they have been connected with the trade and the administration of the city. Willem van Loon was even co-founder of the Dutch East India Company in 1602. In the 19th century, the family was ennobled. The family history is among other things to admire in the rich collection of portraits that hangs in the museum.

Museum Van Loon in Amsterdam Blue Salon Carriage Dining room Garden view Kitchen view Master Bedroom Room view Garden view van Loon museum

Visit permanent and temporary exhibitions during a visit to the Museum Van Loon 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

Museum Van Loon
Keizersgracht 672
1017 ET Amsterdam

Phone: +31 (0) 20 624 5255

Email: info@museumvanloon.nl

Website: www.museumvanloon.nl

Prices

* Adults: € 9.00
* Students: € 7.00
* Children 6 to 18: € 5.00
* Groups of 10 or more € 7.00 p.p.
* Children under 6: free
* Museumkaart, Stadspas, IAmsterdam City Card, ICOM free

Tickets

* At the ticket counter in the museum

Opening hours

The museum is open daily from: 10 am to 5 pm (Closed Tuesday)

The museum is also closed on:

Kings day (April 27)
Christmas Day (December 25)
New Years Day (January 1)

Due to the many stairs and steps the museum is not well accesible for wheelchairs.




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Museum Van Loon

Museum Van Loon in Amsterdam

17th century canal house on the Keizersgracht with beautiful garden and carriage house.

In the heart of Amsterdam on the Keizersgracht is the home of the Amsterdam regent family Van Loon. Willem van Loon was in 1602 co-founded the VOC. Six days a week the family opens their home and collection to the public.

In one of the most beatiful houses of the city, visitors can catch a glimpse of the living culture of the Amsterdam Van Loon family.

The building on Keizersgracht 672 in 1672 was designed by architect Adriaen Dortsman. The first resident of the house was Ferdinand Bol, Rembrandt's famous pupil. Current decoration still breathes the atmosphere of the wealth that the city experienced at that time. In the rooms you will find portraits, beautiful furniture, fine silverware and porcelain from different centuries.

Behind the House is a 17th century garden that is covered by the beautiful façade of the Coach House. A unique whole that you will not find anymore anywhere else in this original condition.

The museum has its name from the Van Loon family, starting from 1884 the last residents of the Canal House and founder of the museum. The family is originally from the village of Loon op Zand and settles in the 17th century in Amsterdam. For centuries they have been connected with the trade and the administration of the city. Willem van Loon was even co-founder of the Dutch East India Company in 1602. In the 19th century, the family was ennobled. The family history is among other things to admire in the rich collection of portraits that hangs in the museum.

Museum Van Loon in Amsterdam

Blue Salon

Carriage

Dining room

Garden view



Kitchen view

Master Bedroom

Room view

Garden view van Loon museum

Address

Museum Van Loon
Keizersgracht 672
1017 ET Amsterdam

Phone: +31 (0) 20 624 5255

Email: info@museumvanloon.nl

Website: www.museumvanloon.nl

Prices

* Adults: € 9.00
* Students: € 7.00
* Children 6 to 18: € 5.00
* Groups of 10 or more € 7.00 p.p.
* Children under 6: free
* Museumkaart, Stadspas, IAmsterdam City Card, ICOM free

Tickets

* At the ticket counter in the museum

Opening hours

The museum is open daily from: 10 am to 5 pm (Closed Tuesday)

The museum is also closed on:

Kings day (April 27)
Christmas Day (December 25)
New Years Day (January 1)

Due to the many stairs and steps the museum is not well accesible for wheelchairs.



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Amsterdam Travel Guide: Museums

Amsterdam tourist information about Museum van Loon

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Museum Van Loon

Museum Van Loon in Amsterdam

17th century canal house on the Keizersgracht with beautiful garden and carriage house.

In the heart of Amsterdam on the Keizersgracht is the home of the Amsterdam regent family Van Loon. Willem van Loon was in 1602 co-founded the VOC. Six days a week the family opens their home and collection to the public.

In one of the most beatiful houses of the city, visitors can catch a glimpse of the living culture of the Amsterdam Van Loon family.

The building on Keizersgracht 672 in 1672 was designed by architect Adriaen Dortsman. The first resident of the house was Ferdinand Bol, Rembrandt's famous pupil. Current decoration still breathes the atmosphere of the wealth that the city experienced at that time. In the rooms you will find portraits, beautiful furniture, fine silverware and porcelain from different centuries.

Behind the House is a 17th century garden that is covered by the beautiful façade of the Coach House. A unique whole that you will not find anymore anywhere else in this original condition.

The museum has its name from the Van Loon family, starting from 1884 the last residents of the Canal House and founder of the museum. The family is originally from the village of Loon op Zand and settles in the 17th century in Amsterdam. For centuries they have been connected with the trade and the administration of the city. Willem van Loon was even co-founder of the Dutch East India Company in 1602. In the 19th century, the family was ennobled. The family history is among other things to admire in the rich collection of portraits that hangs in the museum.

Museum Van Loon in Amsterdam

Blue Salon

Carriage

Dining room

Garden view



Kitchen view

Master Bedroom

Room view

Garden view van Loon museum

Address

Museum Van Loon
Keizersgracht 672
1017 ET Amsterdam

Phone: +31 (0) 20 624 5255

Email: info@museumvanloon.nl

Website: www.museumvanloon.nl

Prices

* Adults: € 9.00
* Students: € 7.00
* Children 6 to 18: € 5.00
* Groups of 10 or more € 7.00 p.p.
* Children under 6: free
* Museumkaart, Stadspas, IAmsterdam City Card, ICOM free

Tickets

* At the ticket counter in the museum

Opening hours

The museum is open daily from: 10 am to 5 pm (Closed Tuesday)

The museum is also closed on:

Kings day (April 27)
Christmas Day (December 25)
New Years Day (January 1)

Due to the many stairs and steps the museum is not well accesible for wheelchairs.



Leidseplein in Amsterdam


Amsterdam Travel Guide: Museums

Amsterdam tourist information about Museum van Loon

Amsterdam-Travel-Guide.Net