Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ
Even if you don't catch a performance here, the magnificent 'Music Building on the IJ' is a visual treat. The complex – with the main...
Perched atop the entrance to the IJ Tunnel is NEMO, the largest museum of science and technology in the Netherlands. The dramatic,...
An immense 17th-century admiralty building houses one of the world's most extensive collections of maritime memorabilia. Early shipping...
Café Pakhuis Wilhelmina
Well known for its hilariously fun hard-rock karaoke as well as its alternative dance nights, regular indie rock and other live music...
It's practically a commandment nowadays that any top performing space have a flash dining space, and the Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ's is...
Lonely Planet review
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has brought to Amsterdam a concept he began in London: take 15 young people from underprivileged backgrounds and train them for a year in the restaurant biz. Results: noble intention, patchy execution. The setting, however, is beyond question: Fifteen faces the IJ, and the busy, open-kitchen space is city-cool, with graffitied walls and exposed wood beams.