National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam

The Netherlands is a country of water. For centuries, the Dutch fighting against the sea. So it is not surprising that a museum is devoted here. In the heart of Amsterdam, The National Maritime Museum. This is perhaps one of the finest buildings in the Netherlands. You'll find a large part of the huge Dutch maritime history.

The Vereeniging Dutch Historical Maritime Museum in 1916 founded and owner of one of the leading maritime collections in the world. The approximately 300,000 objects are derived from ship owners, collectors and enthusiasts from the maritime and marine world. Originally, the museum was housed in a building on the corner Cornelis Schuytstraat - Lairessestraat Amsterdam, currently auction house Christie's. The original function is still visible in the wave patterns in the brick facade.

Since 1973, the museum is located in the country's Zeemagazijn the Oosterdok at IJ in Amsterdam. Princess Beatrix reopened the museum in April of that year at the new location. During a major renovation between 2007 and 2011, the museum was closed to the public. In that period include the courtyard covered by a glass roof. The design of the renovation plan of the architect Liesbeth van der Pol. The depot of the museum in 2001, the Preserve House, the adjacent Marine Etablissement Amsterdam is also designed by her. After extensive renovation, the museum reopened in October 2011. The replica of the East Indiaman Amsterdam is since returned to the dock at The National Maritime Museum.

The National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam in the Netherlands The National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam

Visit permanent and temporary exhibitions during a visit to The National Maritime 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 center of Amsterdam.

Address

The National Maritime Museum
(Het Scheepvaartmuseum)
Kattenburgerplein 1
1018 KK Amsterdam

Phone: +31 (0) 20 523 2222

Email: info@hetscheepvaartmuseum.nl

Website: www.hetscheepvaartmuseum.nl

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Prices

* Adults: € 15.00
* Children 5 to 17: € 7.50
* Students, holders of Stadspas, CJP (Culture Youth Pass): € 7.50
* Children 0 - 4 free
* Museumkaart (National Museum Pass), Friends Fleet, I amsterdam City Card free
* Rembrandt Society, ICOM, Holland Pass ticket free

For groups of 15 people and more, we have a special group rate if you make a reservation in advance through +31 (0)20 52 32 300 or e-mail.

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

Daily from: 9 am to 5 pm

Museum is closed on King`s Day (27th of April), 25th of December and New Year’s Day (1st of January).




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National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam

The Netherlands is a country of water. For centuries, the Dutch fighting against the sea. So it is not surprising that a museum is devoted here. In the heart of Amsterdam, The National Maritime Museum. This is perhaps one of the finest buildings in the Netherlands. You'll find a large part of the huge Dutch maritime history.

The Vereeniging Dutch Historical Maritime Museum in 1916 founded and owner of one of the leading maritime collections in the world. The approximately 300,000 objects are derived from ship owners, collectors and enthusiasts from the maritime and marine world. Originally, the museum was housed in a building on the corner Cornelis Schuytstraat - Lairessestraat Amsterdam, currently auction house Christie's. The original function is still visible in the wave patterns in the brick facade.

Since 1973, the museum is located in the country's Zeemagazijn the Oosterdok at IJ in Amsterdam. Princess Beatrix reopened the museum in April of that year at the new location. During a major renovation between 2007 and 2011, the museum was closed to the public. In that period include the courtyard covered by a glass roof. The design of the renovation plan of the architect Liesbeth van der Pol. The depot of the museum in 2001, the Preserve House, the adjacent Marine Etablissement Amsterdam is also designed by her. After extensive renovation, the museum reopened in October 2011. The replica of the East Indiaman Amsterdam is since returned to the dock at The National Maritime Museum.

The National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam in the Netherlands

The National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam



Visit permanent and temporary exhibitions during a visit to The National Maritime 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 center of Amsterdam.

Address

The National Maritime Museum
(Het Scheepvaartmuseum)
Kattenburgerplein 1
1018 KK Amsterdam

Phone: +31 (0) 20 523 2222

Email: info@hetscheepvaartmuseum.nl

Website: www.hetscheepvaartmuseum.nl

National Maritime Museum Book Online

Prices

* Adults: € 15.00
* Children 5 to 17: € 7.50
* Students, holders of Stadspas, CJP (Culture Youth Pass): € 7.50
* Children 0 - 4 free
* Museumkaart (National Museum Pass), Friends Fleet, I amsterdam City Card free
* Rembrandt Society, ICOM, Holland Pass ticket free

For groups of 15 people and more, we have a special group rate if you make a reservation in advance through +31 (0)20 52 32 300 or e-mail.

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

Daily from: 9 am to 5 pm

Museum is closed on King`s Day (27th of April), 25th of December and New Year’s Day (1st of January).



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National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam

The Netherlands is a country of water. For centuries, the Dutch fighting against the sea. So it is not surprising that a museum is devoted here. In the heart of Amsterdam, The National Maritime Museum. This is perhaps one of the finest buildings in the Netherlands. You'll find a large part of the huge Dutch maritime history.

The Vereeniging Dutch Historical Maritime Museum in 1916 founded and owner of one of the leading maritime collections in the world. The approximately 300,000 objects are derived from ship owners, collectors and enthusiasts from the maritime and marine world. Originally, the museum was housed in a building on the corner Cornelis Schuytstraat - Lairessestraat Amsterdam, currently auction house Christie's. The original function is still visible in the wave patterns in the brick facade.

Since 1973, the museum is located in the country's Zeemagazijn the Oosterdok at IJ in Amsterdam. Princess Beatrix reopened the museum in April of that year at the new location. During a major renovation between 2007 and 2011, the museum was closed to the public. In that period include the courtyard covered by a glass roof. The design of the renovation plan of the architect Liesbeth van der Pol. The depot of the museum in 2001, the Preserve House, the adjacent Marine Etablissement Amsterdam is also designed by her. After extensive renovation, the museum reopened in October 2011. The replica of the East Indiaman Amsterdam is since returned to the dock at The National Maritime Museum.

The National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam in the Netherlands

The National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam



Address

The National Maritime Museum
(Het Scheepvaartmuseum)
Kattenburgerplein 1
1018 KK Amsterdam

Phone: +31 (0) 20 523 2222

Email: info@hetscheepvaartmuseum.nl

Website: www.hetscheepvaartmuseum.nl

National Maritime Museum Book Online

Prices

* Adults: € 15.00
* Children 5 to 17: € 7.50
* Students, holders of Stadspas, CJP (Culture Youth Pass): € 7.50
* Children 0 - 4 free
* Museumkaart (National Museum Pass), Friends Fleet, I amsterdam City Card free
* Rembrandt Society, ICOM, Holland Pass ticket free

For groups of 15 people and more, we have a special group rate if you make a reservation in advance through +31 (0)20 52 32 300 or e-mail.

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

Daily from: 9 am to 5 pm

Museum is closed on King`s Day (27th of April), 25th of December and New Year’s Day (1st of January).



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Amsterdam Travel Guide: Museums

Amsterdam tourist information about National Maritime Museum

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