Amsterdam Top 4 in Important Religious Institution
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Monday-Friday 11:00-16:00; April 1st-November 1st Saturday is also open from 11:00-16:00; Sundays and Christmas are not open to visitors, believers can pray, The time is around 10:30-12:00 and the church may be closed for temporary use in other events. Dengta time: April-October Monday-Saturday 10:00-20:00, 30 minutes before closing, admission may be closed during some festivals and events.
We went up the tower as the actual church is closed due to refurbishments, but the view was amazing. It was brilliant to hear the church bells while at the top too. The tour guide was friendly, funny ...
Unobstructed views - great for photos & 360 scenery of Amsterdam!
I came here 2 weeks ago on a Monday at 1:30pm & was told the next time-slot was for 3pm, so I settled for 5:30pm (the last one before they close at 6pm) so I could head to a museum first. I paid 9 eur...
Have you heard the bells ring in a site that reverberates with footsteps from centuries past? Westerkerk's carillon has delighted visitors and neighbors since 1658. It is still played by hand daily. This church is such a place of beauty and serenity, Rembrandt was laid to rest there. As Anne Frank bravely hid in her now-famous attic, she could hear the comforting sounds of Westerkerk. Stand in the same spots where wedding guests of Queen Beatrix and Prince Claus witnessed the service. Westerkerk's 36 windows allow you to revel in sunlight, as though the face of God were smiling upon you. Your visit to the Netherlands would be incomplete if you were to miss the delights of this lovely place.