Flynt Bed and Breakfast Amsterdam

Great location, well appointed rooms, each with its own character

A visit to the Van Gogh Museum is a unique experience. The museum contains the largest collection of paintings by Vincent van Gogh in the world. It provides the opportunity to keep track of the artist’s developments, or compare his paintings to works by other artists from the 19th century in the collection. The museum also holds an extensive offer of exhibitions on various subjects from 19th-century art history.

The Rijksmuseum

The famous Rijksmuseum: the national museum of the Netherlands. It s  finally open  after  being  renovated for  10  years.  Wacht  the  paintings  of  Rembrandt, Vermeer, Ruysdael   and  many  many   more.

The Modern Art Museum

The Modern Art Museum is an international institution in Amsterdam dedicated to modern and contemporary art and design.

Recently reopened after an extensive renovation. The museum offers an overview of the Dutch naval history

Ons lieve heer op solder

Our Lord in the Attic is one of the oldest and most remarkable museums in Amsterdam. Behind the characteristic facade of the house by the canal lies a largely original 17th-century home and a complete hidden church.

The Royal Palace

The Royal Palace Amsterdam is one of three palaces used by the Royal House. Most of the year, the Palace is open to the public. Visitors are welcome to discover the buildings rich interior

The Amsterdam Expo ( The art of brick )

Exhibition The Art of the Brick on display in Amsterdam EXPO from 29th May 2014 

In this great exhibition – proclaimed by CNN as one of the world’s 10 must-see exhibitions – you will see large-scale sculptures created from LEGO bricks. Many of which are human figures, but also a T-Rex skeleton constructed from over 80,000 LEGO bricks that measures over six metres in length.

The exhibition also includes some of the world’s most famous artworks from Da Vinci, Vermeer and Rembrandt in 3D, all created from LEGO.

These one-of-a-kind LEGO brick sculptures are the work of US artist Nathan Sawaya. The exhibition includes an Interactive Zone inviting younger (and older) visitors to explore their creativity using the iconic bricks.