Amsterdam attraction, museum, and city-tour prices for 2011

One of the world’s most beautiful cities, Amsterdam is a delight for nearly every visitor lucky enough to make a stop there. The core of town is relatively compact, so it’s possible to see all the main sights on foot if the weather is nice, but great public transportation or even a rental bike will help others experience the city more efficiently.

Overall Amsterdam is a relatively cheap city compared to Paris or London, but costs definitely can add up if you aren’t careful. Below is a list of all the major attractions in the city with their current prices listed in euros. To see all the attraction prices along with hotels, hostels, transportation, food, and drinks prices, all converted into US dollars using today’s exchange rate, click below.

Amsterdam travel prices – Converted into USDs or any other currency

Amsterdam attraction, museum, and city-tour prices

Updated May 2011

Anne Frank House – Expect long lines

Official website

  • Adults: €8.50
  • Age 10-17: €4
  • Age 0-9: free

Heineken Experience – Improved and expanded brewery tour

Official website

  • Adults: €15
  • Ages 1-15: One euro per year of age, up to €12

Rijksmuseum – Huge national museum filled with classics

Official website

  • Adults: € 12.50
  • 18 and under: free

Van Gogh Museum – Very popular based on name recognition

Official website

  • Adults: €14
  • 0-17 years: free

Rembrandt House – Excellent choice for a quick visit

Official website

  • Adults: €9.00
  • Ages 6 to 17: €2.50
  • Under 6: free

Stedelijk Museum – Amsterdam’s modern art museum

Official website

  • Adults: €10
  • 13 – 18 years, student pass: €5
  • 0 – 12 years: free

Hermitage in Amsterdam – Classical art from the Russian operators

Official website

  • Adults: €15
  • Children under 17:free

Madame Tussauds – Impressive and expensive wax museum

Official website

  • Adult: €21
  • Child (5-15): €16
  • Child (0-4): Free

Sex Museum – Far better than the nearby Erotic Museum

Official website

  • Adults: €3

One-hour canal cruise – The best city introduction

  • Adults: €8 to €12.50 depending on boat
  • Ages 6-12: €4 to €6.25


One Response to “Amsterdam attraction, museum, and city-tour prices for 2011”

If you have done these attracions and did not have enouf of the city yet!

Go do a walking tour: FreewalkingtoursAmsterdam.com

 

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