Guesthouse De Lindeboom

canal lodging at the famous Herengracht


In just the world famous museums of Amsterdam you can already spend weeks.

The Rijksmuseum (Rembrandt’s ‘Night Watch’), Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum (modern art) and last but not least Anne Frank Museum attract annually millions of visitors.

We focus however on the lesser known – but no less interesting museums. We also advise you to visit an almshouse, which is in the vicinity of the guesthouse many to find.

Hermitage Amsterdam ★★★★

A branch of the Hermitage in St. Petersburg on the Amstel river. Opened in 2009, the museum had a year after opening 1 million visitors. Housed in a former nursing home.

Amsterdam Museum ★★★★

The museum collection consists of approximately 75,000 objects. Important areas within it are distinguished: paintings, sculptures, books, furniture, glass and everyday objects that bring the history of the city to life.

Museum van Loon ★★★★

NEMO ★★★★

Museum Willet-Holthuysen ★★★

Joods Historisch Museum ★★★

FOAM ★★★

Museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder ★★★

Behind the characteristic facade of the house by the canal lies a largely original 17th-century home and a complete hidden church.

Begijnhof - Almshouse ★★★


EYE ★★

Grachtenhuis ★★

The Museum of the Amsterdam Canals.

This wax museum one can find replicas made of wax in full size of known and famous people.