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The Cromhouthuis is a collectors’ house: it tells the story of the Cromhout family and is today home to some extraordinary Amsterdam collections. Collections, top quality and art are inseparably linked to the Cromhouthuis. The rich and illustrious...more
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Herengracht 366-368, 1016 CH Amsterdam, The Netherlands
This is one of several can houses which are open to the public.The displays are a bit old fashioned with stuffed animals and stuffed birds which are not that interesting. There are quite a few paintings. The bonus is that the top floor has a...More
Part of the charm of the museum "Cromhouthuis" is that you can roam a historical Amsterdam canal house and have a look at the (hidden) garden. The museum Cromhouthuis is named after the former owners the Cromhout family. Nothing is left of the Cromhout family,...More
This is one of several restored canal houses in Amsterdam that are open to the public. They all share beautiful interiors and architecture and photo ops from the windows upstairs. What sets this one apart is a Biblical museum on the top floor since the...More
Bijbels Museum was re-named "Cromhout Huis-Bijbels Museum" to make clear to visitors that only the top floor is a religious museum and the lower floors offer a small selection of Dutch art from the 17th and 18th century.The Cromhout family lived in this formal canal...More
The exhibition Genius in Drawing, from Leanordor Da Vinci to Rembrant, has in two rooms some (25) highly impressive drawings from the old masters (also including Rubens, Anthony van Dyk et al). The old mansion belonging to the Cromhouts, collectors in 17th-18th century gives an...More
I stumbled upon this place since it was right next to the Canals Museum. It is one of the many stately houses that line the canals and were inhabited by the rich and affluent. Some of these have been turned into museums like this one....More
After visiting the gardens of this canal house during open garden days, we just had to return to explore the entire house and bible museum. We were not disappointed. Lovely displays of how the powerful lived in the 16 and 1700's. Outstanding silver, glass, and...More
This place is wonderful. It is another house that is on display - the architecture of the house is visually wonderful, the antiques and homewares and wealth of the home is all on display and visually wonderful. There are many botanical books and artworks on...More
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is as historically significant as it is perennially popular. Whether you’re a history buff, architecture enthusiast, shutterbug, or fashionista, odds are you’ll find the Amsterdam you're looking for while roaming around the Grachtengordel (Canal Ring). A brilliant place to get lost in a moody meander and a key component to any sightseeing trip to Amsterdam, this area's major draws
include the Anne Frank House, the Bloemenmarkt floating flower market, an enviable assortment of independent boutiques along De Negen Straatjes, and of course all of Grachtengordel’s lovely canals and bridges.