The Amsterdam Dungeon first opened its doors to the public of Amsterdam in 2006 and has been scaring people ever since. The attraction is located inside an historical church and neo-gothic elements of the architecture date back to 1912. You can even see them in some scenes of ...
The Rijksmuseum has over 5,000 paintings (including Rembrandt's Night Watch) and has an emphasis on the Dutch Golden Age.
Since 2001, it's been the world-famous Heineken Experience. Located in the vibrant neighborhood of De Pijp, the Heineken Experience is ideally situated for a canal cruise, and some city exploration that takes you away from the hustle and bustle of Dam Square.
The Modern Contemporary (Moco) Museum Amsterdam is housed inside Villa Alsberg, a 1904 townhouse in the middle of Amsterdam Museumplein.
Known as the Garden of Europe, Keukenhof has fields of more than seven million tulips spread out over 32 hectares.
The main purpose of ARTIS, the oldest zoo in the Netherlands, is to stimulate the care and love for nature. There are 27 historical buildings in the 140,000 m2 of the park.
Amsterdam's Ajax ArenA is so awesome that they spell it with a capital 'A' at the front and the back of the name.
With roughly 150 artworks by 140 artists from 32 nationalities, this is your chance to see some of the best street art from around the world without ever leaving Amsterdam
The Upside Down is the biggest Instagram museum in Europe – but it's more than just a museum. It's part amusement park, part club, part magic mushroom trip! Get your friends together and remember to charge your phones;