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Amsterdam Tulip Museum and Westerkerk, On the Prinsengracht


  • Title:  Amsterdam Tulip Museum and Westerkerk, On the Prinsengracht
  • Description:  Tourists know the Jordaan neighborhood of Amsterdam for the Anne Frank House and famed Dutch Renaissance church and carillon tower of Westerkerk. Just across the canal is another interesting site: the Amsterdam Tulip Museum, dedicated to the surprising and flamboyant history of the tulip. Its interactive exhibits by local artists trace the famous flower's journey from its origins in the wild highlands of the Himalayas to its arrival at the lavish court of the Ottoman Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent in Persia to its popularity in Holland and, today, around the globe. The museum shop is known for the quality of its tulip-themed gift items. The Amsterdam Tulip Museum is located at Prinsengracht 116, 1015 EA Amsterdam - Netherlands, +31 (0)20 421 00 95. The museum and shop are open daily from 10 am to 6 pm, except King's Day (April 27) and Christmas Day (December 25). Museum admission is 5 Euros for adults, 3 for students and 15 for families of three or more. I amsterdam City Cards and Holland Pass are accepted. No admission is necessary to visit the museum shop.
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