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Amsterdam: Jewish Museum Entrance Tickets

Amsterdam: Jewish Museum Entrance Tickets

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Visit several locations that constitute Amsterdam’s Jewish Cultural Quarter on this combined ticket. Explore the Jewish Museum, Jewish Museum junior, and the Portuguese Synagogue at your own pace.

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Audio guide included
Spanish, Dutch, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Portuguese
Wheelchair accessible


  • Get access to all the locations of the Jewish Cultural Quarter
  • Visit the Jewish Historical Museum, located in four synagogues
  • Explore the junior area of the Jewish Museum with your family
  • See the 17th-century interior of the Portuguese Synagogue
  • Enjoy classic Dutch-Jewish specialties in the Jewish Historical Museum café
Full description

Beautiful synagogues, striking buildings, and impressive monuments line the streets of Amsterdam's old Jewish quarter. At the heart of this historic neighborhood, which is less than 1 square kilometer in area, you’ll find the city’s Jewish Cultural Quarter. Spend the day enjoying a walk through the old Jewish quarter and visit the Jewish Historical Museum, a leading Dutch cultural institution with a children-friendly junior museum, and the imposing Portuguese Synagogue. In all there are several significant cultural institutions that are accessible with a single ticket, together providing a unique overview of Jewish life in the Netherlands.

  • Admission to the Jewish Historical Museum
  • Admission to the Jewish Museum junior
  • Admission to the Portuguese Synagogue
  • Visit all permanent and temporary exhibitions in the Jewish Historical Museum
  • Visit all locations within one month
  • Audio guide and map of the Jewish Cultural Quarter
  • Food and drinks
  • The National Holocaust Museum and National Holocaust Memorial (Hollandsche Schouwburg) are closed for reconstruction until mid 2023

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Meeting point

Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1, Amsterdam

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Important information

Not allowed

  • Luggage or large bags
  • Pets (assistance dogs allowed)

Know before you go

  • Opening hours: Jewish Museum and Jewish Museum junior: Open daily 10:00 AM - 17:00 PM. Portuguese Synagogue: Open Sunday-Friday from 10:00 AM Closing times vary monthly. All locations are closed on 27 April (King’s Day), Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
  • Audio tours are available in Dutch, English, German, French, Hebrew, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
  • All locations are wheelchair accessible
Customer reviews

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4.3 /5

based on 167 reviews

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Superb collection of Judaica objects and historical artefacts in an outstanding setting. Presentation of all aspects relating to Judaism as a living faith shown in a sympathetic and thoughtful perspective. The displays relating to the history of the community was particularly impressive but also thought provoking as indeed it needed to be.

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23 July 2022

Good but insufficient time.

There's a lot to see and I think that it's impossible to do it all in a day. I suggest only the Portuguese synagogue plus food and drinks in the Historical Museum restaurant plus one of the other exhibitions. The ticket needs to be extended to cover 2 days, not one.

26 July 2019

Your ticket is valid at four sites and each is worth exploring. The Jewish Historical Museum is housed mainly in two former synagogues and had many interesting exhibits about Judaism and Jewish life in the Netherlands. The Portuguese Synagogue is across the street. It was interesting to tour this historic building, which is still in use as a synagogue. Nearby is the National Holocaust Memorial, in a former theatre that was used as a deportation center during WWII. Across the street is the National Holocaust Museum. Although not yet complete, you can see a number of exhibits as a preview.

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7 July 2019

Product ID: 55853