Museum Willet-Holthuysen is a stunning museum set on the Herengracht canal. The destination is a must for if you are a history buff. The place has some of the most amazing artifacts and relics of ancient times and sees a lot of tourists looking for a fun filled time. If you are travelling with kids then visiting the museum is a good idea as it is fun as well as educational to know more about the city.
Museum Willet-holthuysen Travel Tips
- Ask the permission for photography.
Entrance Ticket Details For Museum Willet-holthuysen
- Adults: Euro 8.50
- Children (5-18): Euro 4.25
- Children (0-4): Free
- Cards & Vouchers: CJP, Cultuurkaart: Euro 6.50
- Student Card: Euro 6.50
- Stadspas, I amsterdam Card, I amsterdam Congress Card, Vereniging Rembrandt, ICOM, Museumkaart, Holland Pass voucher: FreeAudio tours
- Willet-Holthuysen audio tour: Euro 2
How to Reach Museum Willet-holthuysen
- Take a tram or bus from Amsterdam, Rembrandtplein.
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5.25% of people who visit Amsterdam include Museum Willet-holthuysen in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
65.38% of people start their Museum Willet-holthuysen visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museum Willet-holthuysen
83.33% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museum Willet-holthuysen
Museum Willet-holthuysen Reviews & Ratings
A fascinating glimpse into two art lovers from Amsterdams boom years. Louisa and her husband collected books, China, paintings and furniture, beautifully preserved in their Herengracht home. You not only gain insight into how the upper classes lived but also how their servants operated - the kitchen and rooms are nicely prepared. Artwork and furniture, especially in the ballroom are gorgeous. Their patronage of the arts have ensured that we've got amazing works to enjoy today and it's fitting that they left this house as a legacy to the city of Amsterdam. A must see for history lovers.
Very good hidden gem. My Dutch isn't very good, and the staff know english. Very informative and interesting. The audio tour was free and very interesting.
Very informative museum. Lots of beautiful details in an authentic house from 1850.
Atmospheric house, really impressive and worths visiting to get a hint of how the canal houses used to be and how the wealthy people of Amsterdam used to live.
Beautiful gem in Amsterdam. Stepping in to a world set in the late 1800's with clear and informative explanations what you are looking at. Stunning colours, decor and views on the herengracht. A good view what goes on behind the windows of the stunning Amsterdam canals