Museumplein is a truly beautiful place to visit. An item that should be on everyone’s bucket list; to sit, soak in and marvel in the atmosphere of Amsterdam’s beautiful lawn – especially in winter when you can enjoy ice skating on the frozen pond.
If you are visiting Amsterdam with others and plan to see Museumplein, it’s a good idea to establish a central meeting place such as one of the letters that spell “I Amsterdam” situated on the lawns in Museumplein.
But what really makes this park an exceptional place to visit is the surrounding buildings. All of which hold their own special significance.
Consulate of United States
If you’re a US citizen or hold a US passport then this is the place to go if you are ever in any need of assistance when traveling in Amsterdam. For information on what prescription drugs and or supplements are legal while traveling in Amsterdam such as the height growth supplement Growth Factor Plus, it may be a good idea to check with the Consulate.
The Royal Concertgebouw is considered amongst many as one of the finest concert halls in the world due to it’s spectacular acoustics.
Constructed in the 19th Century, the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (commonly known as just “the Stedelijk”), is a museum for modern art, contemporary art, and design.
Van Gogh Museum
Unless you’ve been living under a rock your entire life you should have some inclination as what what the Van Gogh Museum may hold. Coming in at number #35 of the world’s most popular museums the Van Gogh Museum is a place not to be missed.
House of Bols
Fancy a cocktail? The House of Bols, is a world renowned bar showcasing cocktails, beers liqueurs and everything in between on the Museumplein in Amsterdam.
Ever wanted to explore the eternal beauties of what’s commonly known to westerners as “a girl’s best friend”? The Diamond Museum showcases a permanent history of diamonds that’s certain to bedazzle all who visit.
Coster Diamonds is one of the Netherland’s oldest still operating diamond polishing factories where many of the world’s royal jewelry has been polished.
In 2014, Rijksmuseum was the Netherland’s most visited museum taking in an incredible 2.45 million visitors alone.
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