Bijbels Museum was a mood breaker during our visit of Amsterdam. Nicely represented as a museum of Bibles, all we saw was one room with couple of bookshelves and some Bibles maybe 150 years old. Rest of the rooms in the museum were filled with modern art in no way related with Bibles or religion.
Expectation was to learn a bit about this aspect of religion in Amsterdam and Holland, and all we got was a mush-mash of art.The bright thing was a authentic kitchen! And the elevator. Regarding the Bibles collection, well... I found a book of psalms in Dutch dated 1852. in one of the Curiosity and antiques shops for a price of 12,50 €. With a little browsing through shops, you can own their collection in a day!
Sorry Bijbels Museum!
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