Bijbels MuseumCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: Herengracht 366, 1016 CH Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +31-206242436
- Ticket Price: 8 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Museums
Bijbels Museum is known well among locals and tourists for its collection of Judeo-Christian traditional artifacts and relics. The museum is one of the best to visit if you want to know more about the religious aspect of the destination. The destination offers a collection of Bibles and other religious objects from the era. So visit the destination and indulge in spirituality and history. The place also has the oldest bible printed in the whole of Netherlands.
Entrance Ticket Details For Bijbels Museum
- Adults: Euro 8.00
- Youth 6 - 18 years: Euro 4.00
- Children 0 - 5 years: Free
- Cards CJP, ISIC, ITIC, IYTC, Holland Pass: Euro 6.00
- Amsterdam Holland Pass (with Tulip Ticket), iAmsterdam City Card, Museum Card, Stadspas, Rembrandtpas, ICOM and Holland Pass voucher: Free
How to Reach Bijbels Museum
- Take a tram from Amsterdam, Spui (NieuwezijdsVoorburgwal).
- Take a bus or tram from Amsterdam, Spui (Rokin).
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1.95% of people who visit Amsterdam include Bijbels Museum in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
66.67% of people start their Bijbels Museum visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Bijbels Museum
66.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Bijbels Museum
Bijbels Museum Reviews & Ratings
Lovely collections of things that were amassed by wealthy Amsterdamers at different times. Don't bother about the Bible collection, though it's got many items from Egypt & Palestine, in addition to models & made up diorama. Check the café downstairs, with a nice little garden.
I stumbled upon this museum while making my way to the Canals museum just up the road. You get to see how the wealthy in the Golden Age lived, as a bonus, there's a Bible museum on the third floor. The house is very ornate and houses collections of collectibles amassed by prominent Amsterdam citizens of the past. Lots to see and the included audio guide gives you all the info you need. I have also added photos of the Bible museum.
Found it all very fascinating. Definitely going to come back. Decor and exhibits very interesting
Beautiful historic canal house with a stunning interior. Gives an insight into how people lived some 300 years ago. Also the relationship to the American independence is made there, president Adams was an acquaintance of the places’ owner. More details of the story are told in the museum. Next to this, it would also be a great place to go for a bite in the garden, very relaxed with multiple private corners. So if you have a museumkaart, it’s totally worth it to just go there for lunch.
Lovely canal side house with displays of antique and modern art installations. Well worth a visit. Great cafe too.