The Civil Guard Gallery is actually in the National Museum and is part of the National Museum. The gallery shows us the history of Holland through many pictures. Basically everyone who visits the National Museum will stop and visit.
The Amsterdam Museum is a worth seeing place in Amsterdam. There are many ancient cultural relics in it, and there are not many tourists. It can be seen in an hour, and there are cafes to have a rest.
The Amsterdam Museum has a large collection of items. You can see the strong Danish characteristics here. The museum is also a beautiful place. It is good to visit and travel here. The scale of the museum is also good. [View] very elegant [price ratio] quite high
I really like this museum because it has history, art, (cultural) anthropology, and a great 'kids' tour.
this is the best neighborhood of Amsterdam, located far enough from downtown and close enough to the best places to hang out in the city. Explore the Museum Quarter in places like Vondelpark, Leidsplein and the trend street Hoofstraat.
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 thought it was part of the Amsterdam Museum. But I later found out that it is not. It is located in the channel and is free. There are many paintings of Dutch citizen guards. Interesting colors. I only spent about 10-15 minutes here.