Museum Van Loon in Amsterdam

The private residence of the Van Loon family has become a popular attraction in the city

The private residence of the Van Loon family has become a popular attraction in the city | Photo credit: Remi Mathis/wikimedia

Museum Van Loon Overview

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Museum Van Loon is a private residence owned by the Van Loon family. Built in 1672, it enjoys a prime location in Amsterdam canal district. Be prepared to be charmed by the splendours of this magnificent home. Everything from the interiors to the furniture and ornaments will fascinate you. The rooms have a beautiful collection of artwork, intricately designed furniture and quaint silver and porcelain crockery on display.

The list clearly doesn’t end here. At the back of the house is a garden which is unlike any other you would ever have seen. It boasts of a gorgeous design and offers many photo opportunities for the tourists. For what all it has to offer, a visit to Museum Van Loon is a must on your itinerary.

  • Opening Closing Time Wednesday – Monday: 11 am to 5 pm

  • Entrance Fee Adult: € 8; Child (6-18 years): € 4; Child (upto 6 years): free entry

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Location

Keizersgracht 672, 1017 ET Amsterdam, The Netherlands