Museum Our Lord in the Attic, Amsterdam

Museum Our Lord in the Attic InteriorMuseum Our Lord in the Attic (previously called Museum Amstelkring) is one of the most cherished museums in Amsterdam with a special atmosphere that surprises every visitor.

The attic of this bourgeois house conceals a secret Catholic church, known as Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder (Our Dear Lord in the Attic), originally built in 1663, when Catholics lost their right to workship in their own way. Among other artefacts the museum house contains heavy Dutch furniture, tableclocks and two kitchens with Delft tiles.

The lower floors of the building became a museum in 1888 and today contain refurbished rooms, as well as a collection of church silver, various religious artifacts and paintings.

Guided tours

Guided tours are available in Dutch, English, German and French and takes about one hour. Advance booking is required. The cost per guide is € 60,-. (maximum group size 12 persons). This does not include the price of a museum ticket. Requests for tours should be submitted to the museum at least a week in advance.

Admission

Adults: 8
Children of age 6-18: €4
Children up to the age of 5: free
Iamsterdam City Card, Holland Pass Voucher, Museumkaart, ICOM, Stadspas, XXXS-pas: free

Opening hours

Monday - Saturday: 10.00 -17.00
Sunday and holidays: 13.00 - 17.00
Closed on April 27
AddressContacts

Museum Our Lord in the Attic, Amsterdam
Oudezijds Voorburgwal 40
1012 GE   Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Tel: +31 20 6246604
Homepage: http://www.opsolder.nl

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