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Top recommendations from locals

History Museum
“Discover 500 years of Dutch Maritime history as well as its strong links to today’s society and the society of the future. The collection of The National Maritime Museum is one of the largest and most notable maritime collections in the world with approximately 400,000 objects, including paintings, models of ships, navigation instruments, and maps of the world.”
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Science Museum
“Fun for big and small. When nice weather, go to the roof terras and enjoy the sun and water! ”
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Foro musical
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“There is a lot to see and do in Amsterdam, all depending on your taste. If we were in the neighborhood, you could run into us and other locals at Roest. If the weather is nice, nothing beats Amsterdam Roest (5-10 min walk) at Jacob Bontiusplaats. At an old factory location, Roest has a pseudo beach area, a rough edged arty atmosphere and plenty of cold drinks.”
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Museum
“Learn about the Dutch resistance in World War II. You'll see, hear and read fascinating stories about the exceptional as well as the everyday. Both interactive and non-interactive exhibitions.”
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Science Museum
“Fun interactive museum, check out how many microbes you exchange during a passionate kiss”
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Iglesia
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Museum
“Dutch architects are famous and here you will find out why:)! Next to the Nemo science museum and with a spectacular view over the harbor ”
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Museum
“ If you are interested in old engines and the atmosphere of an old shipyard.”
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Planetarium
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Museum
“The Trade Union museum is housed here but it's worth just going to see the building. De Burcht was constructed in 1903 for the Trade Union of the Diamond Workers, by Berlage, a famous Dutch architect.”
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Barco o ferry
“In the 17th and 18th centuries, the Dutch set sail in ships like these, known as 'Dutch East Indiamen,' to the Far East (what we now call Asia). The journey took about eight months. The ship moored alongside the museum is an exact copy of the famous East Indiaman lost on her maiden voyage in 1749. The Amsterdam can rightly be called one of the most stunning pieces in the museum's collection. Experience the East Indiaman Amsterdam! Feel what life was like on board a real East Indiaman. Hoist cargo, scuttle through the hold, fire a cannon... try it all! Rinus the Rat is your friend and guide on board the Amsterdam and will accompany you through all the activities.”
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Museum
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Galería de arte
“Related to Artis Zoo you could also visit the beautifully renovated 18th century Grand Cafe " De Plantage" inside Artis, but open for all. Good menu. Nice square overlooking Zoo and Flamengo's. Great atmosphere in daytime and evening. Reservation needed.”
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Farm
“A beautiful walk over the old 'Marineterrein', will bring you to this magic place. "Located in a greenhouse on the waterfront, our restaurant and bar offer great city views. Join us for some great-tasting and(where possible) locally-sourced food or simply for a crafted Amsterdam brew on our sunny terrace."”
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