Diamant Museum

View the world's greatest diamonds
A visit to the Diamant Museum Amsterdam sends you to a journey that starts 200 kilometres below the surface of the earth’s crust. There you will learn how diamonds are formed through a process of billions of years to their final shape we all know and love. But it doesn’t stop there because at our museum you can see actual diamond cutters and goldsmiths turning these precious stones into the most beautiful jewelry.
The Diamant Museum has a very rich permanent collection consisting of world famous pieces, such as the Katana, the Rembrandt Diamond and of course The Ape Skull. The museum is located in the heart of Amsterdam next to the famous Museum Square between the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum.

Opening Times

Daily: 9am - 5pm

Entrance Prices

Adults: € 10,00
Children (13 - 18 years): € 7,50
Children (0 - 12 years): Free of charge
65 years and older, students and CJP: € 7,50
Museum Card and I Amsterdam City Card: Free of charge


Museum Quarter
Paulus Potterstraat 8,1071 CZ Amsterdam