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Amsterdam SightseeingAmsterdam Tourist Attractions - As you make your way around the city, whether it be on foot or by there are some places you just must make time to see. First you will want to see the Van Gogh Museum, which has the largest collection of paintings and drawings of Van Gogh’s. You will spend hours marvelling at all his works. Take an afternoon and see this special museum. You will also want to see the Nieuwmarkt, which is a gathering place for people to enjoy an afternoon or evening. Vondelpark will provide you with some relaxing moments and wonderful scenery. You will want to visit the Anne Frank Musem also. This is where Anne Frank and her family went into hiding for two years beginning on July 6, 1942.

Westerkerk is Open Hours: Apr-Sep: 11am-5pm Mon-Fri Phone: +31 20 624 77 66 for another wonderful Sightseeing Trip. Make some time to see the Nemo and the Rembrandthuis. The Nemo is where you will discover all kinds of new technologies and the Rembrandthuis has 250 of the 300 of Rembrandt’s paintings. Then please take an afternoon to the visit The Artis. It is Open Hours: Winter: 9am-5pm daily; Summer: 9am-6pm daily Phone: +31 20 523 3400 and it has over 8,000 animals in this truly awesome zoo.

Below you will find our top ten choices of the best Sightseeing in Amsterdam area, but there are many more that you will want to see. Make every effort to see as many of the sights that you can.

Van Gogh Museum
+31 20 570 52 00
Paulus Potterstraat 7
Amsterdam, 1071 CX Netherlands
Van Gogh Museum is 10am - 6pm daily has the world’s largest collection of paintings, drawings and letters of Van Gogh’s. It also houses paintings from Gauguin and Toulouse-Lautrec. You will want to visit this museum and enjoy all that it has to offer.

Nieuwmarkt
Nieuwmarkt
Amsterdam, 1012 CR Netherlands
Nieuwmarkt was the square that the castle was built on and it was the holding place for Jews arrested during WWII. Now it is a gathering place where many go to eat and enjoy an afternoon or evening. It is also a wonderful place to take a walk along the canals.

Vondelpark
City Center
Amsterdam, 1054 ET Netherlands
Vondelpark is one of the most visited places in the city and there are four terraces that you can sit and have a cup of coffee on. It was named after the named after the poet Joost van den Vondel and it provides a wonderful place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Anne Frankhuis
Prinsengracht 263
Amsterdam, 1016 GV Netherlands
Anne Frankhuis is open hours: Sep-Mar: 9am-7pm daily; Apr-Aug: 9am-9pm daily; May 4: 9am-7pm; Dec 25, Jan 1: noon-7pm; closed on Yom Kippur and you can call +31 20 556 71 00 if you need to contact them. This is where Anne Frank and her family went into hiding for two years beginning on July 6, 1942.

Westerkerk
Prinsengracht 281
Amsterdam, 1016 GW Netherlands
Westerkerk is Open Hours: Apr-Sep: 11am-5pm Mon-Fri Phone: +31 20 624 77 66. This is the Netherlands most famous church and a place where many musicians were inspired. The church served as a lookout and when the clock sounded it was Anne Frank’s hope during World War II.

NEMO
Oosterdok 2
Amsterdam, 1011 VX Netherlands
Nemo is Open Hours: 10am-5pm Tue-Sun; Dec 25, Jan 1, Apr 30 closed Phone: +31 900 919 11 00. This is the place where you will discover all kinds of new technological advances in biomedicine and scientific developments. It also a great view of the city from the top of the building’s rooftop terrace.

Rembrandthuis
Jodenbreestraat 4
Amsterdam, 1011 NK Netherlands
The Rembrandthuis is Open Hours: 10am-5pm daily Phone: +31 20 520 04 00 and it houses 250 of the 300 etchings that Rembrandt created. Inside this museum also has paintings by Rembrandt’s teacher Pieter Lastman and some of Rembrandt's apprentices. You will spend hours admiring all this museum has to offer.

Oude Kerk
Oude Kerkplein 23
Amsterdam, 1012 GX Netherlands
Oude Kerk is Open Hours: 11am-5pm Mon-Sat; 1pm-5pm Sun; closed 25th Dec & 1st Jan Phone: +31 20 624 91 83 is in the center of the red-light district. It has a medieval appearance and cobblestones surround this church. It is interesting to see but be careful on a rainy day because you can slip and fall.

Artis
Plantage Kerklaan 38-40
Amsterdam, 1018 CZ Netherlands
The Artis is Open Hours: Winter: 9am-5pm daily; Summer: 9am-6pm daily Phone: +31 20 523 3400 is a fantastic zoo with over 8,000 animals in it. It has two museums and a planetarium inside it. There is so much to see at this zoo and you can also take courses in astrology and drawing also.

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