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Combine a hop-on hop-off boat tour of Amsterdam with a visit to Rijksmuseum – the Netherlands’ national museum that houses a collection of Dutch Golden Age masterpieces. Simply choose from a 24-hour or 48-hour canal bus pass, and sightsee your way around town on two different hop-on hop-off boat lines, passing highlights like Anne Frank House, Rembrandt House and more!

Known as the Venice of the North, Amsterdam’s UNESCO-listed canals cover a distance of some 62 miles (100 kilometers) through the city. So what better way to discover them than on your hop-on hop-off boat? Choose from a 24-hour or 48-hour sightseeing pass, and then board your boat at one of Amsterdam’s 7 to 9 (depending on the season) canal stops on two different lines. Then, all that’s left to do is hop on and off as many times as you like, making use of discounted entry to the city’s show-stopping museums and attractions. From the comfort of your canal boat, sit back and listen to the entertaining audio commentary as you cruise along. Learn about Rembrandt House, Anne Frank Museum, Rijksmuseum, Jewish Historical Museum, Holland Casino and much more. Both passes include entry to Rijksmuseum – the Dutch national museum – located on the Museumplein. Dedicated to the Netherlands’ arts, crafts and history, the museum is perhaps best known for its enticing collection of Dutch Golden Age paintings. Hop off your canal boat and then head inside to see incredible works of art like Rembrandt’s The Night Watch and Johannes Vermeer’s The Love Letter. Explore at leisure and see world-famous masterpieces around every corner.Please click on "view additional info" for the canal bus map and departure times.