There are many famous Amsterdam museums and galleries reflecting Amsterdam’s cultural diversity. In fact, museums are the main attractions in Amsterdam. The most popular choices are the Rijksmusem, housing masterpieces from the Golden Age glory, the Stedelijk museum, being considered as a state-of-the-art space for modern and contemporary art and, last but no the least the Van Gogh museum, harboring many stroked masterpieces of a unique genius, Van Gogh.
Alongside these popular Amsterdam museums, visitors have the opportunity to indulge themselves into several other attractions including the press museum, the photography museum, the biblical museum, the Jewish museum, the theater museum, the tropical museum and many others. Thus, Amsterdam houses different attractions ranging from the tiniest specialist studio to some of the finest European art collections in the world.
On the other hand, kids can enjoy themselves at the impressive NEMO science centre, a hands-on, science and technology museum housed in NEMO museum an unmissable, boat-shaped building.
Moreover, the layout of the city makes sightseeing on foot quite easy, with most Amsterdam museums situated close together. Canal cruises provide a relaxing and unique view of the old town and its impressive buildings. For longer excursions there are water taxis, trams or the ubiquitous bicycle.