Royal Palace, Amsterdam

Amsterdam Day Trip from Brussels
Amsterdam Day Trip from Brussels 393 Reviews 11 hours 30 minutes
FromUSD 67 Book Now
Amsterdam Walking Tour
Amsterdam Walking Tour 355 Reviews 3 hours
FromUSD 35.98 Book Now
Amsterdam Super Saver: City Walking Tour plus Zaanse Schans Windmills, Marken and Volendam Half-Day Trip
Amsterdam Super Saver: City Walking Tour... 3 Reviews 2.5 hrs (Day 1); 6.5 hrs (Day 2)
FromUSD 85.07 Book Now

Royal Palace, Amsterdam - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 147, 1012 RJ Amsterdam, Netherlands

Phone: +31-206204060

Ticket Price: 7 EUR

Show on map

Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

Added 82.1K times in trip plans

Tour, Historical Site, Palace, Family And Kids, Architecture , Heritage Building

Try TripHobo to create your itinerary

Are you associated with this business? Get in touch

About Royal Palace, Amsterdam

If you are interested in royal life and want to see that from close, then this is the most crucial place for you. The palace is actually open to public and that is why, you can check the royalty of the city from close quarters. Needless to mention, that, this will be a view and a tour which will be able to impress you immensely. Along with that, you also need to know that, there are a lot of things to see and loads of information to go through. The building was made in early 17th century and at that point of time, it used to be one of the largest buildings in Europe.

Royal Palace Information

  • Couple of hours should be enough to see the palace.
  • If you cannot enter the palace due to some royal event, then you can see some really important people there.

Royal Palace Ticket Prices

  • Adults - EUR 7.50
  • Children (5 - 16 yrs) - EUR 6.50
  • Children up to the age of 4, admission is free.

How To reach Royal Palace by Public Transport

  • Take the light rail from Amsterdam, Dam/Paleisstraat
  • Take a bus from Amsterdam, Dam/Raadhuisstraat

Restaurants Near Royal Palace

  • The Grasshopper Cafe
  • The Hard Rock Cafe

Love this? Explore the entire list of things to do in Amsterdam before you plan your trip.

Fancy a good night's sleep after a tiring day? Check out where to stay in Amsterdam and book an accommodation of your choice.

Royal Palace Sightseeing Tours

Save 12% Amsterdam Winter Walk City Tour
Amsterdam Winter Walk City Tour New on TripHobo 2 hours
FromUSD 23.36 Book Now
Save 19% Amsterdam Day Trip from Brussels
Amsterdam Day Trip from Brussels 393 Reviews 11 hours 30 minutes
FromUSD 67 Book Now

Royal Palace Cruises

Save 20% Amsterdam Hop On Hop Off Bus And Boat Tour
Amsterdam Hop On Hop Off Bus And Boat Tour New on TripHobo 03:30 Hrs
FromUSD 48.6 Book Now

Royal Palace Food & Nightlife Tours

Save 20% Amsterdam Private Tour
Amsterdam Private Tour New on TripHobo 03:00 Hrs
FromUSD 283.75 Book Now

Royal Palace Outdoor & Nature Tours

Save 20% Typical Dutch - Amsterdam and windmills
Typical Dutch - Amsterdam and windmills New on TripHobo 08:00 Hrs
FromUSD 676.25 Book Now

Royal Palace Tickets & Passes

Save 7% Amsterdam Super Saver: City Walking Tour plus Zaanse Schans Windmills, Marken and Volendam Half-Day Trip
Amsterdam Super Saver: City Walking Tour... 3 Reviews 2.5 hrs (Day 1); 6.5 hrs (Day 2)
FromUSD 85.07 Book Now

Royal Palace, Amsterdam Reviews - Write a Review

user-pics
Google+
  • Fantastic architecture as well as art and very interesting audio tour provided as part of your entrance fee. We did late afternoon but would recommend going a bit earlier so you can spend more than 2 hours here taking the tour at a more leisurely pace. There is a fascinating history to the Palace and there is a lot to see and hear.

  • If you love architecture and interior this museum will not disappoint you. Also historical story of this building make it extra interesting. Events that took place and people who lived in this location. Also u will get a free audio tour with no extra charge

  • Supposing you take to history, you would love this place! The Dutch used to be one of the mightiest nations on Earth, and this building was not just a dwelling place for kings and queens, but it represented the pure power itself in a way to intimidate and surprise enemies and praise allies for their loyalty. Even if you have no spare time at all, you need to change your agenda to mull over about fame and glory of the Dutch.

  • Glad we saw this. Please be aware the building is basically all on 1 floor. It consists of 1 large banqueting hall and about a dozen lounges, libraries and bedrooms around the outer edge of the building. The audio guide is informative if a little dry.

  • An iconic landmark in Amsterdam. We were only able to admire it from the outside . The facade is not as impressive as other palaces in Europe but as part of the whole setting in Dam Square, it's pretty magnificent. The square is full of pigeons munching on treats from tourists; also lots of horse-drawn carriages doing tours around the area. I can imagine this place being a very popular meetup point.

Read all reviews
0