The Dutch – One of the Greatest Seafaring Nations in History
Many well-known ships where built in Holland. From here people left to discover the world. Follow the exciting history in this interactive Amsterdam Museum: The National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam, or, the ‘Scheepvaartmuseum’ (in Dutch).
A highlight of the museum is the replica of the ship ‘Amsterdam’ which was owned by the Dutch East Indian Company. Visit the ship and see how life aboard looked like. This is a beautiful decor for pictures and gives you a great view over the center of Amsterdam as well. Ahoy adventurers!
|LOCATION||Kattenburgerplein 1, Amsterdam|
Closed: 27 April
|PUBLIC TRANSPORT||From Amsterdam Central station:|
Walking will take you 20 minutes when you take the Prins Hendrikkade or the Oosterdokskade.
Bus 22 (direction: Indische Buurt) or 48 (direction: Borneo Eiland) to stop Kattenburgerplein.
|BEST TIME TO VISIT||Before 10:00 or after 16:00|
|TICKET TYPE||Printed ticket|
The free audiotour is available in 11 languages: English, Dutch, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portugese, Korean, Mandarin, Japanese and Russian. The maritime museum welcomes visitors from all over the world to show the Dutch highlights in maritime history.
- Wheelchair accessible
- Wheelchairs available
- All floors accessible with elevators
- Free entry with your printed ticket
- Cloakroom and lockers available