The Amsterdam archives occupy a monumental bank building that dates from 1923. When you step inside, head to the left to the enormous...
Geelvinck Hinlopen Huis
This serene 17th-century house is well worth a look. English-speaking guides are on hand to show you the rooms. Chamber music concerts...
Museum Van Loon
Museum Van Loon is an opulent 1672 residence that was first home to painter Ferdinand Bol and later to the wealthy Van Loon family. The...
Arty mixed-to-lesbian bar; women only on Friday.
The people who gave Amsterdam bagel-chic are going gangbusters. You may feel like a New Yorker as you dive into a bagel with salmon,...
Keizersgracht 609 · interesting places nearby
Simple, functional but roomy galleries, some with skylights or grand windows for natural light, make this museum an excellent space for all genres of photography. Two storeys of exhibition space create a great setting for admiring changing exhibits from world-renowned photographers, including Sir Cecil Beaton, Annie Leibovitz and Henri Cartier-Bresson.