Not many places in Amsterdam are free but this is one; Had tried to locate it on a previous visit and didnt realise we had walked right past the entrance - thought it was part of the Museum of Amsterdam that is right nextdoor -and I mean, the entrance is the next door, it is on the same site.
The galleries is basically a large greenhouse type of passage, with 17th century art on one side and modern twists on it on the other. Signage is in English and Dutch, so you understand what you are seeing.
After a 10 - 15 mins here go have a drink, or some lunch at the museums cafe called Mokum I think, very nice.
Access to the gallery is easy, automatic door and carpeted walkway over a cobble or heringbone brick floor. Cafe is accessible and has an accessible loo - costs 50 cents if not eating in cafe.
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