Historic canal home that gives you a picture of life for the rich during the height of the Dutch Golden age. They have a lovely small garden in the back where you can order coffee, tea and cake, as well as the original coach house (which still smells of horse!). The exhibit on when I went was on children's portraits, showing the families extensive collection of paintings done of their children throughout the last 300 years side-by-side with modern portraits. Really interesting to see the day-to-day life through the lens of the children of the family.
The Museum Van Loon highlights the life of Amsterdam's Van Loon family. George Van Loon was one of the co-founders of the historic, Dutch East-India Company. He lived in this house during the seventeenth century. There are a large collection of Van Loon Portraits that I found very interesting.
Fanlong Museum, located in the urban area of Amsterdam, is the former residence of the founder of the famous East India Company in Dutch history. The former residence is exquisite and noble, and the interior decoration of the building is very luxurious. We can see the brilliance of the East India Company at that time. There are precious paintings everywhere on the walls and various valuable furniture and ornaments.
After entering the old family house, you can visit the room inside, go to the basement and enter the back garden, and then you can go to the back house, which is the family museum. It doesn't take much time. It's still near Singer Flower Market, so you might as well go and have a look.
The Museum presents the luxurious life of the rich in the Golden Age of the Netherlands.
Fanlong Museum, a typical canal house with three floors of decoration, is open to tourists and the entrance is free.
It's really worth going. We can go together when we have time. Who is about?