Museum Van Loon
Geelvinck Hinlopen Huis
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Museum Van Loon information
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 house recalls canal-side living in Amsterdam when money was no object. Inside there are important paintings such as Wedding Portrait by Jan Miense Molenaer and a collection of some 150 portraits of the Van Loons.