Museum Van Loon

A magnificent private residence built in 1672
In the heart of the Amsterdam canal district lies Museum Van Loon, a magnificent private residence built in 1672 by the architect Adriaen Dortsman. The first resident was the painter Ferdinand Bol, a pupil of Rembrandt. The interior of the house has remained largely intact during the last centuries and still evokes the splendor of the Golden Age.

Opening Times

Daily: 10am - 5pm

1 January: closed
27 April: closed
24 December: 10am - 3pm
25 December: closed
31 December: 10am - 3pm

Entrance Prices

Adults: € 10,00
Students: € 8,00
Children (6 - 18 years): € 5,50
Children (0 - 5 years): free of charge
Groups (10 persons and more): € 8,00 per person
Museum Card holders, Stadspas, I Amsterdam City Card, ICOM: free of charge


Canal District
Keizersgracht 672,1017 ET Amsterdam