Jewish museums in Amsterdam
Amsterdam Jewish history guided tour
The best way to learn about Jewish community and history in Amsterdam is through a walking tour with a knowledgeable personal guide. You can book such a tour through our main Jewish community webpage.
Plantage Middenlaan 24, 1018 DE Amsterdam
Nowadays the Hollandsche Schouwburg is a monument that pays tribute to the 104,000 Jews who were deported from the Netherlands. From 1892 until 1941 the Hollandsche Schouwburg was a theatre in Amsterdam's Plantage neighbourhood. During the Second World War the Nazis requisitioned the theatre as a point of assembly.
Prinsengracht 267, 1016 GV Amsterdam
A hidden annex of Amsterdam canal house, where two Jewish families hid from persecution by the Nazis from July 6, 1942 until their betrayal in August 4, 1944, is one of the most popular visiting places in Amsterdam. It is here that Anne Frank, only 15 years old at the moment of her death in the German concentration camp Bergen-Belsen, wrote her famous diary. You may visit the modest hiding rooms of the annex, but also see an original of the diary and an exhibition about the time of hatred brought on people by the Nazis.
Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1, 1011 PL Amsterdam
The museum consists of four synagogues, the oldest dating back to 17th century and houses a rich collection. It shows the history, religion and culture of Jews in the Netherlands.