Anne Frank House. Dedicated to one of the world’s most well-know Holocaust victims, this museum sits inside the actual house Anne Frank and her family hid during WWII. If you would like to visit, make sure to plan ahead as tickets sell out very quickly, and queues to enter can stretch very far.
Van Gogh Museum. This should be considered a must-see for art fans. This museum is home to the world’s largest collection of artwork by Vincent Van Gogh, many of which have been donated by his family.
The Heineken Experience. If you love beer then this is a no-brainer. Take a tour and learn about the history of Heineken beer and how it is made. Plus, for making it to the end, you will also be rewarded a free beer!
Canal City Cruise. Taking a cruise along the canals is a great way to see the city from a different perspective and learn about some of its lesser-known history.