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Museum Het Schip

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Museum Het Schip

153 Reviews
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Amsterdam is best explored by water, and this affordable boat cruise gives you unobstructed views of canal-side attractions like the Anne Frank House and Hermitage Museum. The boat’s small size and comfortable seating mean you won't be jostled by crowds, and you can enjoy unlimited Heineken beer, wine, and soft drinks while gliding through Amsterdam’s UNESCO-listed waterways.
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Filippo G C wrote a review Jul 2020
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Yesterday, I went for a date at Het Schip musuem. My girlfriend and I really enjoyed both the indoors tour and walking around the area afterwards, following the instructions of our very friendly and knowledgeable Umberto. Reccomendable experience, for sure! 💯
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Date of experience: July 2020
Pete C wrote a review Jul 2020
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Having cycled across Amsterdam in the rain to the museum we realised that there was no tour in English until later that afternoon...so decided we would attend the Dutch tour. One of the students at the centre offered to take us around as he spoke English which made our visit. The tour was really interesting and the gesture really considerate. They really cared that we got to experience the architecture and interiors.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Hermes_NL 🇳🇱 wrote a review Jan 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands19,820 contributions35,115 helpful votes
The Ship is a museum about the Amsterdam School architecture right inside a prime example of this type of architecture. It is located inside the former school part of the 1919 social housing project “Het Schip”. An hourly guided tour takes you around and jnside the building. It is also quite well possible to guide yourself around. The museum café provides a good sandwich lunch and the volunteer staff is very friendly.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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richard_fenger wrote a review Sep 2019
Amsterdam168 contributions48 helpful votes
If you do like to see and understand Architecture in Amsterdam from the first half of the past century iys a must to visit this museum. Easy to reach with pub;ic traffic.. Do take a roundtrip as well. Its worth!
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Date of experience: August 2019
Rosalie W wrote a review May 2019
Birmingham, United Kingdom71 contributions30 helpful votes
How wonderful to find this one while just taking a walk from my hotel to get to the centre of Amsterdam! I had no idea about the Amsterdam School of architecture but what a delight to walk around an area of social housing and find so many different styles each block with different front door styles and so much attention to detail! Built when I socialist city council decided to create beautiful buildings that were functional for the working families to live in rather than the squalid sums that they had. Wish I had more time to visit the other museums and buildings of the same period
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Date of experience: May 2019
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