Free access with Museum cards, 10 euros for Chinese photo albums, 5 euros for voice guides, but free apps are available for download.
I highly recommend you to come here. Especially for those who have a bad history like me. If you walk around here, you will have a good understanding of the Netherlands and Amsterdam. It's easy to understand with both pictures and texts, and it won't make you feel bored.
Amsterdam has some of the best museums in Europe, in my humble opinion. From World War II history to Golden Age art, Anne Frank's annex itself, to a museum for sex = everything has a place. You could spend days meandering through the many museums, and a full day alone in the enormous Rijksmuseum.
I really like this museum because it has history, art, (cultural) anthropology, and a great 'kids' tour.
Oil painting is actually impossible to photograph. In the museum, I refused to buy a picture album because the color difference between the original and the original is too big. And I always feel that oil painting is three-dimensional and textured. I haven't taken many oil paintings myself, but I just appreciate them.
Our hotel is near the Heineken Museum. The front desk is a young man from Suzhou. He intimately recommends the community square behind the Heineken Museum. Eat takeaway and watch pigeons bask in the sun. Then you know What? The police closed the road, shouted and arrested. Everyone, both at home and abroad, watched with gossip. Immediately we mixed in with the Dutch Social News.