Combine a visit to a typical 17th Century Canal house and the Biblical museum
Located in an impressive 17th century Cromhouthouse in the canal district, you can find a museum where art, culture and religion get a new dimension; the Biblical Museum. An explanation of one of the most read and oldest books in the world: the Bible. What is it’s influence on Western culture and is it still a large part of our culture?
Here, you can learn everything about the most famous bible stories, the story behind Christian holidays and also why the seven sins are so important and dangerous. Finally, a model of the temple of Solomon will take you back to the beginning of Christianity.
The attic of the Cromhouthouse is the location of this special museum. The rest of the building is dedicated to the story of 7 generations of the Cromhout family! With an audio guide, you will learn everything about this rich Dutch family. They had a big impact on Amsterdam’s art and culture and this majestic house is full of spectacular stories. So visit this house in the canal district and visit two museums at the same time!
|LOCATION||Herengracht 366-368, Amsterdam|
|OPENING HOURS||Tue – Sun : 11:00 – 17:00|
|TRANSPORT||Tram: 2 or 12 stop: Spui|
The museum is a 20 minute walk from Amsterdam Central Station
|TICKET TYPE||Printed ticket|
- The free audiotour is offered in English and Dutch
- The Biblical museum is not entirely accessible for wheelchairs. When you would like to visit the Biblical museum with a wheelchair, please send an e-mail beforehand to: email@example.com
- The Cromhouthouse and the Biblical museum are located in the same building. The Cromhouthouse is the largest part of the building. The Biblical museum is situated in the attic
- This ticket gives you entrance to two museums!
- An impressive collection of special Bibles, such as the first Bible in the Dutch language (1477)
- The Cabinet of Curiosities shows the curious collections of the Cromhout family
- Beautiful painted ceilings by Jacob de Wit
- Beautiful garden full of references to the Bible