Body Worlds Body Worlds

Everyday -  opened from 9.00 - 20.00. 

 

How does happiness influence our health? Find out the answers at BODY WORLDS: The Happiness Project.
This fascinating new exhibition by Dr. Gunther von Hagens, featuring more than 200 anatomical specimens of real human bodies, shows us the complexity, resilience and vulnerability of the human body and is suitable for adults as well as for children.

 

The BODY WORLDS exhibitions on the human body have drawn more than 40 million visitors Worldwide.

 

Tickets are non-refundable
Rijksmuseum Rijksmuseum

Opening hours: daily from 9.00 - 17.00 h.
Please note that waiting times may apply also with pre-sold fast-lane tickets!


 

Just reopened after 10 years of intensive renovation, the Rijksmuseum is the national pride of Holland and Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and is home to an extensive and beautiful art collection, showcasing Dutch history during the period between 1200 AD and 2000 AD.

The museum is situated on the Museum Square. One of the first things to be amazed by is the Rijksmuseum building itself. The museum is situated in an impressive and giant complex combining Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This is truly one of Amsterdam’s greatest pieces of architecture.

The Collection

A visit to the Rijksmuseum is an exciting journey to the glorious past of the country’s rich historical heritage. Having the largest port in Europe and being a rich trading nation, the Netherlands have experienced considerable elevations in culture. This includes the so-called Golden Age of history that had a major influence on art, traditions and habits. More than 8000 items in the Rijksmuseum will tell you the development of Dutch art and history of the past 800 years. Some examples of the items displayed are overwhelming paintings, sculptures, furniture and home interiors, Asian artefacts, household items, fashion, weaponry and exclusive maritime objects.

The absolute highlights of the museum are The Night Watch of Rembrandt, The Milkmaid of Johannes Vermeer and the works of Jan Steen and Vincent van Gogh. Apart from the permanent exposition, the museum hosts unique exhibitions of contemporary artists and painters throughout the year.

 

Tickets are non-refundable

Opening hours: daily from 9.00 - 17.00 h.
Please note that waiting times may apply also with pre-sold fast-lane tickets!
Ticket valid till 18th Nov. 2014.

 

 

Just reopened after 10 years of intensive renovation, the Rijksmuseum is the national pride of Holland and Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and is home to an extensive and beautiful art collection, showcasing Dutch history during the period between 1200 AD and 2000 AD.

The museum is situated on the Museum Square. One of the first things to be amazed by is the Rijksmuseum building itself. The museum is situated in an impressive and giant complex combining Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This is truly one of Amsterdam’s greatest pieces of architecture.

The Collection

A visit to the Rijksmuseum is an exciting journey to the glorious past of the country’s rich historical heritage. Having the largest port in Europe and being a rich trading nation, the Netherlands have experienced considerable elevations in culture. This includes the so-called Golden Age of history that had a major influence on art, traditions and habits. More than 8000 items in the Rijksmuseum will tell you the development of Dutch art and history of the past 800 years. Some examples of the items displayed are overwhelming paintings, sculptures, furniture and home interiors, Asian artefacts, household items, fashion, weaponry and exclusive maritime objects.

The absolute highlights of the museum are The Night Watch of Rembrandt, The Milkmaid of Johannes Vermeer and the works of Jan Steen and Vincent van Gogh. Apart from the permanent exposition, the museum hosts unique exhibitions of contemporary artists and painters throughout the year.

 

- See more at: http://www.tours-tickets.com/en_GB/showunitdetails/-/toursandtickets/museums/Rijksmuseum/TT82/32/1276#sthash.Qy6mkSwL.dpuf

Opening hours: daily from 9.00 - 17.00 h.
Please note that waiting times may apply also with pre-sold fast-lane tickets!
Ticket valid till 18th Nov. 2014.

 

 

Just reopened after 10 years of intensive renovation, the Rijksmuseum is the national pride of Holland and Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and is home to an extensive and beautiful art collection, showcasing Dutch history during the period between 1200 AD and 2000 AD.

The museum is situated on the Museum Square. One of the first things to be amazed by is the Rijksmuseum building itself. The museum is situated in an impressive and giant complex combining Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This is truly one of Amsterdam’s greatest pieces of architecture.

The Collection

A visit to the Rijksmuseum is an exciting journey to the glorious past of the country’s rich historical heritage. Having the largest port in Europe and being a rich trading nation, the Netherlands have experienced considerable elevations in culture. This includes the so-called Golden Age of history that had a major influence on art, traditions and habits. More than 8000 items in the Rijksmuseum will tell you the development of Dutch art and history of the past 800 years. Some examples of the items displayed are overwhelming paintings, sculptures, furniture and home interiors, Asian artefacts, household items, fashion, weaponry and exclusive maritime objects.

The absolute highlights of the museum are The Night Watch of Rembrandt, The Milkmaid of Johannes Vermeer and the works of Jan Steen and Vincent van Gogh. Apart from the permanent exposition, the museum hosts unique exhibitions of contemporary artists and painters throughout the year.

 

- See more at: http://www.tours-tickets.com/en_GB/showunitdetails/-/toursandtickets/museums/Rijksmuseum/TT82/32/1276#sthash.Qy6mkSwL.dpuf

Opening hours: daily from 9.00 - 17.00 h.
Please note that waiting times may apply also with pre-sold fast-lane tickets!
Ticket valid till 18th Nov. 2014.

 

 

Just reopened after 10 years of intensive renovation, the Rijksmuseum is the national pride of Holland and Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and is home to an extensive and beautiful art collection, showcasing Dutch history during the period between 1200 AD and 2000 AD.

The museum is situated on the Museum Square. One of the first things to be amazed by is the Rijksmuseum building itself. The museum is situated in an impressive and giant complex combining Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This is truly one of Amsterdam’s greatest pieces of architecture.

The Collection

A visit to the Rijksmuseum is an exciting journey to the glorious past of the country’s rich historical heritage. Having the largest port in Europe and being a rich trading nation, the Netherlands have experienced considerable elevations in culture. This includes the so-called Golden Age of history that had a major influence on art, traditions and habits. More than 8000 items in the Rijksmuseum will tell you the development of Dutch art and history of the past 800 years. Some examples of the items displayed are overwhelming paintings, sculptures, furniture and home interiors, Asian artefacts, household items, fashion, weaponry and exclusive maritime objects.

The absolute highlights of the museum are The Night Watch of Rembrandt, The Milkmaid of Johannes Vermeer and the works of Jan Steen and Vincent van Gogh. Apart from the permanent exposition, the museum hosts unique exhibitions of contemporary artists and painters throughout the year.

 

- See more at: http://www.tours-tickets.com/en_GB/showunitdetails/-/toursandtickets/museums/Rijksmuseum/TT82/32/1276#sthash.Qy6mkSwL.dpuf

Opening hours: daily from 9.00 - 17.00 h.
Please note that waiting times may apply also with pre-sold fast-lane tickets!
Ticket valid till 18th Nov. 2014.

 

 

Just reopened after 10 years of intensive renovation, the Rijksmuseum is the national pride of Holland and Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and is home to an extensive and beautiful art collection, showcasing Dutch history during the period between 1200 AD and 2000 AD.

The museum is situated on the Museum Square. One of the first things to be amazed by is the Rijksmuseum building itself. The museum is situated in an impressive and giant complex combining Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This is truly one of Amsterdam’s greatest pieces of architecture.

The Collection

A visit to the Rijksmuseum is an exciting journey to the glorious past of the country’s rich historical heritage. Having the largest port in Europe and being a rich trading nation, the Netherlands have experienced considerable elevations in culture. This includes the so-called Golden Age of history that had a major influence on art, traditions and habits. More than 8000 items in the Rijksmuseum will tell you the development of Dutch art and history of the past 800 years. Some examples of the items displayed are overwhelming paintings, sculptures, furniture and home interiors, Asian artefacts, household items, fashion, weaponry and exclusive maritime objects.

The absolute highlights of the museum are The Night Watch of Rembrandt, The Milkmaid of Johannes Vermeer and the works of Jan Steen and Vincent van Gogh. Apart from the permanent exposition, the museum hosts unique exhibitions of contemporary artists and painters throughout the year.

 

- See more at: http://www.tours-tickets.com/en_GB/showunitdetails/-/toursandtickets/museums/Rijksmuseum/TT82/32/1276#sthash.Qy6mkSwL.dpuf

Opening hours: daily from 9.00 - 17.00 h.
Please note that waiting times may apply also with pre-sold fast-lane tickets!
Ticket valid till 18th Nov. 2014.

 

 

Just reopened after 10 years of intensive renovation, the Rijksmuseum is the national pride of Holland and Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and is home to an extensive and beautiful art collection, showcasing Dutch history during the period between 1200 AD and 2000 AD.

The museum is situated on the Museum Square. One of the first things to be amazed by is the Rijksmuseum building itself. The museum is situated in an impressive and giant complex combining Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This is truly one of Amsterdam’s greatest pieces of architecture.

The Collection

A visit to the Rijksmuseum is an exciting journey to the glorious past of the country’s rich historical heritage. Having the largest port in Europe and being a rich trading nation, the Netherlands have experienced considerable elevations in culture. This includes the so-called Golden Age of history that had a major influence on art, traditions and habits. More than 8000 items in the Rijksmuseum will tell you the development of Dutch art and history of the past 800 years. Some examples of the items displayed are overwhelming paintings, sculptures, furniture and home interiors, Asian artefacts, household items, fashion, weaponry and exclusive maritime objects.

The absolute highlights of the museum are The Night Watch of Rembrandt, The Milkmaid of Johannes Vermeer and the works of Jan Steen and Vincent van Gogh. Apart from the permanent exposition, the museum hosts unique exhibitions of contemporary artists and painters throughout the year.

 

- See more at: http://www.tours-tickets.com/en_GB/showunitdetails/-/toursandtickets/museums/Rijksmuseum/TT82/32/1276#sthash.Qy6mkSwL.dpuf

Opening hours: daily from 9.00 - 17.00 h.
Please note that waiting times may apply also with pre-sold fast-lane tickets!
Ticket valid till 18th Nov. 2014.

 

 

Just reopened after 10 years of intensive renovation, the Rijksmuseum is the national pride of Holland and Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and is home to an extensive and beautiful art collection, showcasing Dutch history during the period between 1200 AD and 2000 AD.

The museum is situated on the Museum Square. One of the first things to be amazed by is the Rijksmuseum building itself. The museum is situated in an impressive and giant complex combining Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This is truly one of Amsterdam’s greatest pieces of architecture.

The Collection

A visit to the Rijksmuseum is an exciting journey to the glorious past of the country’s rich historical heritage. Having the largest port in Europe and being a rich trading nation, the Netherlands have experienced considerable elevations in culture. This includes the so-called Golden Age of history that had a major influence on art, traditions and habits. More than 8000 items in the Rijksmuseum will tell you the development of Dutch art and history of the past 800 years. Some examples of the items displayed are overwhelming paintings, sculptures, furniture and home interiors, Asian artefacts, household items, fashion, weaponry and exclusive maritime objects.

The absolute highlights of the museum are The Night Watch of Rembrandt, The Milkmaid of Johannes Vermeer and the works of Jan Steen and Vincent van Gogh. Apart from the permanent exposition, the museum hosts unique exhibitions of contemporary artists and painters throughout the year.

 

- See more at: http://www.tours-tickets.com/en_GB/showunitdetails/-/toursandtickets/museums/Rijksmuseum/TT82/32/1276#sthash.Qy6mkSwL.dpuf

Opening hours: daily from 9.00 - 17.00 h.
Please note that waiting times may apply also with pre-sold fast-lane tickets!
Ticket valid till 18th Nov. 2014.

 

 

Just reopened after 10 years of intensive renovation, the Rijksmuseum is the national pride of Holland and Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and is home to an extensive and beautiful art collection, showcasing Dutch history during the period between 1200 AD and 2000 AD.

The museum is situated on the Museum Square. One of the first things to be amazed by is the Rijksmuseum building itself. The museum is situated in an impressive and giant complex combining Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This is truly one of Amsterdam’s greatest pieces of architecture.

The Collection

A visit to the Rijksmuseum is an exciting journey to the glorious past of the country’s rich historical heritage. Having the largest port in Europe and being a rich trading nation, the Netherlands have experienced considerable elevations in culture. This includes the so-called Golden Age of history that had a major influence on art, traditions and habits. More than 8000 items in the Rijksmuseum will tell you the development of Dutch art and history of the past 800 years. Some examples of the items displayed are overwhelming paintings, sculptures, furniture and home interiors, Asian artefacts, household items, fashion, weaponry and exclusive maritime objects.

The absolute highlights of the museum are The Night Watch of Rembrandt, The Milkmaid of Johannes Vermeer and the works of Jan Steen and Vincent van Gogh. Apart from the permanent exposition, the museum hosts unique exhibitions of contemporary artists and painters throughout the year.

 

- See more at: http://www.tours-tickets.com/en_GB/showunitdetails/-/toursandtickets/museums/Rijksmuseum/TT82/32/1276#sthash.Qy6mkSwL.dpuf

Opening hours: daily from 9.00 - 17.00 h.
Please note that waiting times may apply also with pre-sold fast-lane tickets!
Ticket valid till 18th Nov. 2014.

Just reopened after 10 years of intensive renovation, the Rijksmuseum is the national pride of Holland and Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and is home to an extensive and beautiful art collection, showcasing Dutch history during the period between 1200 AD and 2000 AD.

The museum is situated on the Museum Square. One of the first things to be amazed by is the Rijksmuseum building itself. The museum is situated in an impressive and giant complex combining Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This is truly one of Amsterdam’s greatest pieces of architecture.

The Collection

A visit to the Rijksmuseum is an exciting journey to the glorious past of the country’s rich historical heritage. Having the largest port in Europe and being a rich trading nation, the Netherlands have experienced considerable elevations in culture. This includes the so-called Golden Age of history that had a major influence on art, traditions and habits. More than 8000 items in the Rijksmuseum will tell you the development of Dutch art and history of the past 800 years. Some examples of the items displayed are overwhelming paintings, sculptures, furniture and home interiors, Asian artefacts, household items, fashion, weaponry and exclusive maritime objects.

The absolute highlights of the museum are The Night Watch of Rembrandt, The Milkmaid of Johannes Vermeer and the works of Jan Steen and Vincent van Gogh. Apart from the permanent exposition, the museum hosts unique exhibitions of contemporary artists and painters throughout the year.

- See more at: http://www.tours-tickets.com/en_GB/showunitdetails/-/toursandtickets/museums/Rijksmuseum/TT82/32/1276#sthash.Qy6mkSwL.dpuf

Opening hours: daily from 9.00 - 17.00 h.
Please note that waiting times may apply also with pre-sold fast-lane tickets!
Ticket valid till 18th Nov. 2014.

 

 

Just reopened after 10 years of intensive renovation, the Rijksmuseum is the national pride of Holland and Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and is home to an extensive and beautiful art collection, showcasing Dutch history during the period between 1200 AD and 2000 AD.

The museum is situated on the Museum Square. One of the first things to be amazed by is the Rijksmuseum building itself. The museum is situated in an impressive and giant complex combining Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This is truly one of Amsterdam’s greatest pieces of architecture.

The Collection

A visit to the Rijksmuseum is an exciting journey to the glorious past of the country’s rich historical heritage. Having the largest port in Europe and being a rich trading nation, the Netherlands have experienced considerable elevations in culture. This includes the so-called Golden Age of history that had a major influence on art, traditions and habits. More than 8000 items in the Rijksmuseum will tell you the development of Dutch art and history of the past 800 years. Some examples of the items displayed are overwhelming paintings, sculptures, furniture and home interiors, Asian artefacts, household items, fashion, weaponry and exclusive maritime objects.

The absolute highlights of the museum are The Night Watch of Rembrandt, The Milkmaid of Johannes Vermeer and the works of Jan Steen and Vincent van Gogh. Apart from the permanent exposition, the museum hosts unique exhibitions of contemporary artists and painters throughout the year.

 

- See more at: http://www.tours-tickets.com/en_GB/showunitdetails/-/toursandtickets/museums/Rijksmuseum/TT82/32/1276#sthash.Qy6mkSwL.dpuf

Opening hours: daily from 9.00 - 17.00 h.
Please note that waiting times may apply also with pre-sold fast-lane tickets!
Ticket valid till 18th Nov. 2014.

Just reopened after 10 years of intensive renovation, the Rijksmuseum is the national pride of Holland and Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and is home to an extensive and beautiful art collection, showcasing Dutch history during the period between 1200 AD and 2000 AD.

The museum is situated on the Museum Square. One of the first things to be amazed by is the Rijksmuseum building itself. The museum is situated in an impressive and giant complex combining Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This is truly one of Amsterdam’s greatest pieces of architecture.

The Collection

A visit to the Rijksmuseum is an exciting journey to the glorious past of the country’s rich historical heritage. Having the largest port in Europe and being a rich trading nation, the Netherlands have experienced considerable elevations in culture. This includes the so-called Golden Age of history that had a major influence on art, traditions and habits. More than 8000 items in the Rijksmuseum will tell you the development of Dutch art and history of the past 800 years. Some examples of the items displayed are overwhelming paintings, sculptures, furniture and home interiors, Asian artefacts, household items, fashion, weaponry and exclusive maritime objects.

The absolute highlights of the museum are The Night Watch of Rembrandt, The Milkmaid of Johannes Vermeer and the works of Jan Steen and Vincent van Gogh. Apart from the permanent exposition, the museum hosts unique exhibitions of contemporary artists and painters throughout the year.

- See more at: http://www.tours-tickets.com/en_GB/showunitdetails/-/toursandtickets/museums/Rijksmuseum/TT82/32/1276#sthash.Qy6mkSwL.dpuf

Opening hours: daily from 9.00 - 17.00 h.
Please note that waiting times may apply also with pre-sold fast-lane tickets!
Ticket valid till 18th Nov. 2014.

 

 

Just reopened after 10 years of intensive renovation, the Rijksmuseum is the national pride of Holland and Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and is home to an extensive and beautiful art collection, showcasing Dutch history during the period between 1200 AD and 2000 AD.

The museum is situated on the Museum Square. One of the first things to be amazed by is the Rijksmuseum building itself. The museum is situated in an impressive and giant complex combining Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This is truly one of Amsterdam’s greatest pieces of architecture.

The Collection

A visit to the Rijksmuseum is an exciting journey to the glorious past of the country’s rich historical heritage. Having the largest port in Europe and being a rich trading nation, the Netherlands have experienced considerable elevations in culture. This includes the so-called Golden Age of history that had a major influence on art, traditions and habits. More than 8000 items in the Rijksmuseum will tell you the development of Dutch art and history of the past 800 years. Some examples of the items displayed are overwhelming paintings, sculptures, furniture and home interiors, Asian artefacts, household items, fashion, weaponry and exclusive maritime objects.

The absolute highlights of the museum are The Night Watch of Rembrandt, The Milkmaid of Johannes Vermeer and the works of Jan Steen and Vincent van Gogh. Apart from the permanent exposition, the museum hosts unique exhibitions of contemporary artists and painters throughout the year.

 

- See more at: http://www.tours-tickets.com/en_GB/showunitdetails/-/toursandtickets/museums/Rijksmuseum/TT82/32/1276#sthash.Qy6mkSwL.dpuf
Van Gogh Museum Van Gogh Museum

Opening hours: daily from 9.00 - 17.00 h. (Friday till 22.00 h.).
Waiting times may apply also with pre-sold fast-track vouchers!

 

A visit to the Van Gogh Museum is a unique experience. The museum contains the largest collection of paintings by Vincent van Gogh in the world. It provides the opportunity to keep track of the artist's developments, or compare his paintings to works by other artists from the 19th century in the collection. The museum also holds an extensive offer of exhibitions on various subjects from 19th-century art history.

 

The museum’s permanent collection includes more than 200 paintings by Van Gogh and many drawings and letters. Take a look at a selection from our collection.

 

Tickets are non-refundable
top10 featured Heineken Experience Heineken Experience

The Former Brewery where Heineken's Premium Beer was brewed for a Hundred Years has been transformed into a sensational interactive tour through the dynamic world of Heineken.

Experience the Heineken brand like you've never done before on this exclusive tour. Taste, smell, play and learn everything about this internationally renowned brand.

Savour the Golden Been and to taste it the Old-fashioned way. In addition to this, you can take your time enjoying various fun activities on the premises.

Duration : Not applicable 


*Due to high season, the standard reservation time for the Heineken Experience is 16:30. 
If you wish to change the time please contact us at info@joinultimateparty.com

 

Tickets are non-refundable
Amsterdam Dungeons Amsterdam Dungeons

The Amsterdam Dungeon brings to life 500 years of dark history in 11 shows with 7 actors in 1 terrifying experience! Can you survive the horrific Plague during the 80 minute tour?

Make sure you don’t get tortured by the executioner Peter Titelmann from the Spanish Inquisition or get lost in the mirror labyrinth! 

Opening Times :Daily 11am-5pm

 

Tickets are non-refundable
Torture Museum Torture Museum

In the Middle Ages, Torture was a widely known punishment for almost all crimes committed, ranging from rape to murder, and above all for heresy.

The Museum of Medieval Torture Instruments displays over 100 devices in 5 areas., with and unique collection of photos, drawings, torture tools, and wax figures.

Opening hours:
Daily 10 a.m. – 11 p.m.

 

Tickets are non-refundable
Madame Tussaud Madame Tussaud

Madame Tussauds Amsterdam has undergone a radical renovation which costs 4 million euros. A sixth floor is added to the exhibition, plus themes and surprise effect, and new figures are added.

If you like the rich and famous then be a guest at Madame Tussauds Amsterdam most exclusive VIP Party. Pose with famous guests such as Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Robert Pattinson and Robbie Williams. Mingle with the stars!

Opening Times
10:00 am until 5:30 pm

 

Tickets are non-refundable