Some people consider Amsterdam the artistic capital of the world because of its wide variety of museums and exhibitions. For example, visit the Moco Museum to discover contemporary art that reflects today’s social issues, giving it a unique twist and showing you that there are better ways to do things. Are you interested in out-of-the-ordinary exhibits? In this iconic city, they can turn almost anything into art. You can come across cotton museums, museums with Instagram designs, and even beer museums. You can visit several exhibitions Amsterdam in one day as many of the museums are located close to each other, so you don’t need a car. However, if you need to move more quickly, rent a bike throughout the city.
Museums are not boring
Do you like art created with lighting? Fabrique des Lumières is a museum located at Pazzanistraat 37, Amsterdam, that will captivate you with a large collection of art pieces created with different colored lights. They also have specially placed screens to create transitional effects of images, unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Do you like fashion? The Fashion for Good Museum has an exhibit that seeks to show what the world of fashion would look like in the future. Its exhibition “Knowing Cotton Otherwise” is a compilation of the different uses cotton has had throughout history and how the techniques for its production have improved. Have you ever thought of going through an InBody Scan during your visit to a museum? BODY WORLDS: The Happiness Project is the only museum in the world where an InBody Scan is included in the entrance fee. In this museum, you will discover the different corners of the human body.
How to organize your visit to Amsterdam?
Amsterdam is a city you cannot visit without first having a plan. Although the city offers a card called “IAmsterdam” that gives you access to some museums, attractions, and means of transportation for a certain period, there are many places that are not included and that you cannot miss. Using Google Maps, you discover the different museums in Amsterdam and create a route to visit them all. Save the dates and times when you should visit each museum, and once you are in the city, your cell phone will become your guide through the city. The advantage of designing your plan is that you focus on the places you want to visit. Thanks to the Internet, just visit the website of a particular place to find out if it catches your attention or not.