Make your visit to Amsterdam even more special. Combine THIS IS HOLLAND with one of the other attractions in Amsterdam. Benefit from a combi-deal!
Visit THIS IS HOLLAND in combination with A’DAM Lookout
Visit the observation deck for an unrivalled view over Amsterdam. You’ll get a view over the historic centre of the city, the dynamic harbour and the unique polder landscape. And you’ll be able to see the famous canals that are on the UNESCO World Heritage list. There’s also an interactive exhibition on the history of Amsterdam and culture, giving background information on what you can see.
Please note: the swing is not included in this combination ticket.
Visit THIS IS HOLLAND in combination with Canal Cruise by Stromma
As if the canals of Amsterdam aren't a highlight on their own already, Stromma's 100 Highlights Cruise takes you past a 100 more. There's a story to tell about almost every bridge or building, so you can hit the 100 at one's leisure. Canal houses from the Golden Age, the Westerkerk, the Anne Frank House: the 100 Highlights Cruise takes you past all of them. Sightseeing in Amsterdam couldn't be a more relaxing experience.
You decide at what time you're boarding the cruise with your open departure ticket. This Amsterdam canal cruise departs from Stromma Central Station at Prins Hendrikkade 37 (opposite Central Station).
Visit THIS IS HOLLAND in combination with Pancake boat
Sail 75 minutes across the IJ river where you have a beautiful view over the impressive new buildings. During the cruise you can eat pancakes as much as you want!
Departure: Ms. van Riemsdijkweg (t/o 41), 1033 RD Amsterdam
  • After purchasing the combi-ticket, you must book the date and departure time of your 75-minute cruise at You will also find the latest departure times and availability there.
  • The combi-ticket is not valid in combination with other offers and cannot be used on public holidays.
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In line with national policy relating to the coronavirus we will be temporarily closed for visitors until January 25.