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EYE Filmmuseum is the Dutch centre for film culture and heritage. On april 5 2012 EYE opened the doors of a futuristic building on the banks of the river IJ right next to Amsterdam's Central station. A free ferry service runs right at the back of...more
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My boyfriend and I visited the EYE today. He is a film student and it was top of his list of things to do during our visit to Amsterdam... what a waste of time. The most exciting part of the experience was the 2 minute...More
Great exhibitions, spectacular view on Amstel river from the EYE restaurant (which offer tasty food and good wine and bier), friendly staff, small, but great bookshop on cinema, photography etc. Notice, that you can pay by card only.
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The EYE Film Museum is one of the most inspiring modern buildings in Amsterdam. It is located at the waterside at the other side of the river IJ, which separates Amsterdam from the old town to the North of Amsterdam. This northern side used to...More
I visited EYE for Ryoji Ikeda exhibition; a really interesting set, including the breathtaking exhibit "point of no return".
My visit was really pleasant, in total; great architecture, nice coffee-restaurant (although expensive), beautiful terrace, very cozy-friendly-professional personnel (how kind! the first time I got a...More
EYE File Institute of Netherlands locates on the opposite side of Centraal Station is a beautiful structure and holds great film displays from time to time. You can travel there by free ferry service at the back of the train station and have wonderful views...More
It depends on whether you want to see films or not depending what it showing . We saw the permanent exhibition and that took us an hour or so. We also had afternoon tea on the terrace and then had a look at the immediate... More
It depends on whether you want to see films or not depending what it showing . We saw the permanent exhibition and that took us an hour or so. We also had afternoon tea on the terrace and then had a look at the immediate area around the Eye. As it was a good day we had a great walk before heading back to the ferry we did not see any films as there were none the family wished to see on that day.