Stop and take a glimpse at extraordinary museums in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a home to great museums which is well-known around the world. They are full of wonderful art collections. However, apart from that, there are smaller museums standing out with strange collections relating to special topics such as houseboats, cats, spectacles or Bibles. Take a closer glance to explore more about these extraordinary ones.

Houseboat Museum

Houseboat Museum

Just hearing of its name, guests can easily guess about its exhibition. For those who love boats as well as traveling on houseboats, it is a perfect site to explore. It will help you know clearly things concerning to the life as well as tour on the water in Amsterdam. A thing you should pay more attention is if you have the I amsterdam City Card, you will not have to pay any fee for entrance.

KattenKabinet

KattenKabinet

This museum specializes in cats. It displays a vast collection showing the roles of cats in art and culture in this city.

Spectacles Museum

Spectacles Museum

This museum consists of two floors dating back from the 17th century. By taking a glimpse at its exhibitions tourists are able to understand more about fashion and history of Amsterdam during over 700 years.

Biblical Museum

Biblical Museum

Biblical museum is located in two historic houses which was designed by Philips Vingboons. Marvels at the height of ceiling painted by Jacob de Wit. It also stands out with a various range of Bibles including the oldest Bibles in the Netherlands. Even if you are not a Bible reader, Biblical Museum is  also a smart place to enjoy the tranquility and escape from the bustle of the city.

Besides these museums, tourists will probably head to the Museum of Bags and Purses, the Tulip Museum, the Coffee and Tea Museum or the Diamond Museum to broaden your knowledge about the practicalities of life in Amsterdam.

Try to experience and enjoy! You won’t be regretful.

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