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Museum Van Loon

Keizersgracht 672, 1017 ET Amsterdam, The Netherlands
+31 20 624 5255
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In the heart of Amsterdam on the Keizersgracht the house of the Amsterdam regent family Van Loon can still be seen. In 1602 Willem van Loon co-founded the Dutch East-India Company. Seven days a week the family opens their home and collection to the public. Get a glimpse of the life of the Amsterdam Van Loon family in one of the finest canal houses of the city.
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Keizersgracht 672, 1017 ET Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
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Keizersgracht 672, 1017 ET Amsterdam, The Netherlands
+31 20 624 5255
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

After walking around Amsterdam for a couple of days and seeing all the canal houses, it was great to go in one and actually see the inside. Was lovely to see the garden (even in the rain) and see what an original canal house looked...More

Thank Annevolz
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's a canal house, completely decorated as it would have been when it was still lived in. Some of the rooms have beautiful wall paper. There is nothing wrong with it but it did not interest me a lot. If you want to see inside...More

Thank AnnaNLCH
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited with small children. Although a scary proposition of a house full of things they can not touch, it was actually a nice visit. They even had a pamphlet in Dutch for kids. Although we did get to read much about the house their...More

1  Thank Zelphiakat
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Museum is a worthy of a visit. You can stroll through the house at your own pace and to see what it is like inside such a beautiful historic house.

Thank Lee J
Reviewed 23 November 2017

If you've passed any of the splendid canal side houses and wondered how they used to live and what's behind the buildings then visit the Van Loon museum. Every room has been preserved and renovated to give the appearance of 18th century life. Stroll at...More

Thank AleksHuddersfield
Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

This house is big and beautiful with a very interesting history. Bol 1st house and later the Van Loon's. Just beautiful period details.

Thank Rich30306
Reviewed 8 November 2017

This is the home of a wealthy merchant and it gives you a nice insight to how the working rich lived. While only 4 major rooms on each of the 2 stories (not counting the lower floor consisting of the kitchen and larders) this shows...More

Thank jlstuht
Reviewed 7 November 2017

I went there with kids (9 & 10) during the museum night. It is a place where you travel in time and you can see how rich people lived back then. The museum is pretty small, so easy to move around and enjoy its beauty....More

Thank JulitaDavies
Reviewed 6 November 2017 via mobile

I wanted to be nosy and see inside one of the many tall and majestic houses in Amsterdam, so visited this old house whose first tenant was the painter Ferdinand Bol. It's a perfect little stately home, and the grand rooms are like a tardis....More

Thank Sw1nD
Reviewed 4 November 2017 via mobile

This should be a major tourist attraction but it’s not. Perhaps more about the VOC and the founder would be nice to see, if your not Dutch you might not get the significance. Lots of old paintings and house hold family artefacts

Thank Matt C
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Traveller199i
27 April 2016|
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Response from Steve2826 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, an hour should cover the whole trip + time for a coffee in the lovely garden.
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