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We never got there. Walked for miles. No signposting. Not on the tourist maps. Locals helpful with directions but even some of the locals not sure where it was. Major PR effort required!More
Date of experience: January 2015
Thank Mike B
Schip2013, Public Relations Manager at Museum Het Schip, responded to this reviewResponded 22 January 2015
Thank you for your useful comment. We have noticed the fact that the route of the public transport to our museum has been adjusted and currently a lot of roadworks are carried out in the area has not contributed to the reachability and visibility of...More
Nice nice nice set up, but wish they had more info in English,,, enjoyed walking around the old ship,, I think young children would like the ship,,the silver display was something else, must go back again to check it out more thoroughly ....
The museum itself is tiny and not terribly interesting, but the tour is terrific -- you have the opportunity to go into one of the apartments, which is furnished with period pieces, and the guide is friendly and knowledgeable. The whole concept of the Amsterdam...More
If you're interested or are a student in architecture this museum is an absolute must. The "Amsterdamse School"-style is rather unique in the world and worth studying. In several parts of the city you will be confronted with this style, and here you will learnb...More
This is not only a visit to the museum building, but also a guided tour of the neighborhood with explanation of how the architecture developed in this area of the city. Tours in English also available, just ask. For museum cardholders, entrance is free of...More
A nice place to visit if you like "modern" architecture. The guided tour was interesting and we could visit the post office (where the entrance is), an apartment, and the tower. This building is really different from the "standard" houses you see in the centre...More
...was the map they gave us with our tickets (€15 ea.) to navigate this magnificent Museum. You enter an open courtyard (South) from which you reach the stairs (and elevators) to the different sections: East, West and North. We started at "West" with a 'Circus...More
Relaxed, informative tour (tours in English at 11am), friendly tour guide, and just such an inspiring piece of architecture/planning. The details on the building are simply stunning and we could still learn a lot today from the ideology behind it. Even if you're not particularly...More