This was the largest synagogue in Europe when it was completed in 1675, and it's still in use today. The interior features massive...
Beside the Portuguese-Israelite Synagogue , in triangular JD Meijerplein, Mari Andriessen's Dockworker statue (1952) commemorates the...
Joods Historisch Museum
The Joods Historisch Museum, is a beautifully restored complex of four Ashkenazic synagogues from the 17th and 18th centuries. Displays...
The Muziektheater is home to the Netherlands Opera and the National Ballet. Big-name performers and international dance troupes also...
Queue with the folks getting their Surinamese spice on at Tokoman. It makes a sensational broodje pom (a sandwich filled with a tasty...
Mr Visserplein 7 · interesting places nearby
This cool indoor playground is located in a former traffic underpass. Kids can build, climb, roll, draw, jump on trampolines and play on a soccer pitch. There's even a children's disco – this is Amsterdam! – and a cafe serving poffertjes (small pancakes). Kids must be accompanied by an adult. It gets busy when the weather's bad.
The entrance is located opposite the Portuguese-Israelite Synagogue; look for the two green arches and stairs leading down.