Museum het Rembrandthuis
You almost expect to find the master himself at the Museum het Rembrandthuis, where Rembrandt van Rijn ran the Netherlands’ largest...
Famed Dutch Renaissance architect Hendrick de Keyser built the 'Southern Church' in 1611. This was the first custom-built Protestant...
After making their fortune in arms-dealing, the Trip brothers commissioned a young Dutch architect, Justus Vingboons, to build the...
Away from Nieuwmarkt's main cluster of coffeeshops, Bluebird has a less touristy, more local vibe. The multiroom space has beautiful...
Tables splash out of mosaic-trimmed TisFris and over the canal, almost to Rembrandthuis' door. Pull up a chair and ask about the...
St Antoniesbreestraat 69 · interesting places nearby
St Antoniesbreestraat was once a busy street, but it lost many of its old buildings during the metro's construction. One of the originals still standing is the Pintohuis, once owned by a wealthy Sephardic Jew, Isaac de Pinto, who had it remodelled with Italianate pilasters in the 1680s. It's now a bibliotheek (library) – pop inside to admire the beautiful ceiling frescoes.