Press Museum

Press museum in Amsterdam - Persmuseum

The Press Museum is a museum that focuses on the history of newspapers, magazines, posters, advertising, archives and political prints and drawings in the Netherlands. The graphical part of this museum focuses on the technique of printing newspapers in the Netherlands.

There is a small graphical setup in the museum. The aim of the museum is to consolidate the knowledge, understanding and perception of the Dutch press and extend through collecting, preserving, documenting, cataloging, making accessible, tones, and (do) study of press heritage.

The Press Museum was founded in 1902 by former courantier Van Waalwijk. He had a collection of old newspapers, which served as a kind of archive. As of 2001, it is a full-fledged museum in a new, more accessible building. The modern building on the Zeeburgerkade shares the museum with the International Institute of Social History (IISH) where the museum closely cooperates.

Amsterdam Press Museum in the Netherlands Persmuseum in Amsterdam

Visit permanent and temporary exhibitions during a visit to the Press Museum in Amsterdam. This cultural trip is a must during your city trip or weekend break to Amsterdam.

Address

The Press Museum
(Het Persmuseum)
Zeeburgerkade 10
1019 HA Amsterdam

Phone: +31 (0) 20 692 8810

Email: info@persmuseum.nl

Website: persmuseum.nl

Prices

* Adults: € 4.50
* Children 13 to 18: € 3.25
* Children under 13: free
* Seniors (over 65) € 3.25
* Stadspas € 2.50
* Groups of 10 or more € 3.25
* CJP / Culture Card € 2.75
* I Amsterdam Card free

Guided tours on request. For more information please visit the education pages or send an e-mail.

Tickets

* At the ticket counter in the museum

Opening hours

Tuesday - Friday: 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday: 12 am to 5 pm



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Amsterdam tourist information about Press Museum

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Press Museum

Press museum in Amsterdam - Persmuseum

The Press Museum is a museum that focuses on the history of newspapers, magazines, posters, advertising, archives and political prints and drawings in the Netherlands. The graphical part of this museum focuses on the technique of printing newspapers in the Netherlands.

There is a small graphical setup in the museum. The aim of the museum is to consolidate the knowledge, understanding and perception of the Dutch press and extend through collecting, preserving, documenting, cataloging, making accessible, tones, and (do) study of press heritage.

The Press Museum was founded in 1902 by former courantier Van Waalwijk. He had a collection of old newspapers, which served as a kind of archive. As of 2001, it is a full-fledged museum in a new, more accessible building. The modern building on the Zeeburgerkade shares the museum with the International Institute of Social History (IISH) where the museum closely cooperates.

Amsterdam Press Museum in the Netherlands

Persmuseum in Amsterdam



Visit permanent and temporary exhibitions during a visit to the Press Museum in Amsterdam. This cultural trip is a must during your city trip or weekend break to Amsterdam.

Address

The Press Museum
(Het Persmuseum)
Zeeburgerkade 10
1019 HA Amsterdam

Phone: +31 (0) 20 692 8810

Email: info@persmuseum.nl

Website: persmuseum.nl

Prices

* Adults: € 4.50
* Children 13 to 18: € 3.25
* Children under 13: free
* Seniors (over 65) € 3.25
* Stadspas € 2.50
* Groups of 10 or more € 3.25
* CJP / Culture Card € 2.75
* I Amsterdam Card free

Guided tours on request. For more information please visit the education pages or send an e-mail.

Tickets

* At the ticket counter in the museum

Opening hours

Tuesday - Friday: 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday: 12 am to 5 pm


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Amsterdam Travel Guide: Museums

Amsterdam tourist information about Press Museum

Amsterdam-Travel-Guide.Net

Press Museum

Press museum in Amsterdam - Persmuseum

The Press Museum is a museum that focuses on the history of newspapers, magazines, posters, advertising, archives and political prints and drawings in the Netherlands. The graphical part of this museum focuses on the technique of printing newspapers in the Netherlands.

There is a small graphical setup in the museum. The aim of the museum is to consolidate the knowledge, understanding and perception of the Dutch press and extend through collecting, preserving, documenting, cataloging, making accessible, tones, and (do) study of press heritage.

The Press Museum was founded in 1902 by former courantier Van Waalwijk. He had a collection of old newspapers, which served as a kind of archive. As of 2001, it is a full-fledged museum in a new, more accessible building. The modern building on the Zeeburgerkade shares the museum with the International Institute of Social History (IISH) where the museum closely cooperates.

Amsterdam Press Museum in the Netherlands

Persmuseum in Amsterdam



Visit permanent and temporary exhibitions during a visit to the Press Museum in Amsterdam. This cultural trip is a must during your city trip or weekend break to Amsterdam.

Address

The Press Museum
(Het Persmuseum)
Zeeburgerkade 10
1019 HA Amsterdam

Phone: +31 (0) 20 692 8810

Email: info@persmuseum.nl

Website: persmuseum.nl

Prices

* Adults: € 4.50
* Children 13 to 18: € 3.25
* Children under 13: free
* Seniors (over 65) € 3.25
* Stadspas € 2.50
* Groups of 10 or more € 3.25
* CJP / Culture Card € 2.75
* I Amsterdam Card free

Guided tours on request. For more information please visit the education pages or send an e-mail.

Tickets

* At the ticket counter in the museum

Opening hours

Tuesday - Friday: 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday: 12 am to 5 pm


Leidseplein in Amsterdam


Amsterdam Travel Guide: Museums

Amsterdam tourist information about Press Museum

Amsterdam-Travel-Guide.Net