This well-curated photography museum stages large-scale, temporary exhibitions, drawing from its own collection as well as hosting...
Philips Vingboons designed the 1639 building using Greek and Roman classical elements popular during the time.
This place first gained notoriety thanks to a dedicated minister, Leendert Schouten, who built a scale model of the Jewish Tabernacle...
Writers, students and artists frequent this popular café (with adjoining bar) for affordable food and good conversation. The dining...
This canal-side neighbourhood hang out is typical Jordaan gezelligheid (cosiness), packed with regulars playing board games, reading...
Runstraat 7 · interesting places nearby
De Kaaskamer information
The name means 'cheese room' and it is indeed stacked to the rafters with Dutch and organic varieties, as well as olives, tapenades, salads and other picnic ingredients. You can try before you buy, and if it's too much to take home a mondo wheel of Gouda, you can at least procure a cheese and/or meat baguette to take away.