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Amsterdam Tulip Museum, Amsterdam
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Visit Amsterdam Tulip Museum to learn about the iconic flower of the Netherlands. Explore the small, two-floor museum, which explains the agriculture and farming of tulips, as well as the role they've played in economic ups and downs. Admire tulip-inspired art and gain insight into why these flowers have continued to captivate artists. Before you go, pick up a bulb or another tulip-inspired souvenir to take home with you. Use our Amsterdam itinerary builder to visit Amsterdam Tulip Museum on your trip to Amsterdam, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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ヨルダーン地区のアンネ・フランクの家の近くにある博物館です。 オランダの文化や経済と切り離せないチューリップについて展示されていました。 展示よりも、売店で球根などを迷いながら選んで買ったことの方が思い出深い場所でした。It is located in the Jordaan district, the Anne Frank House Museum. On the subject to the economy and culture of the Netherlands tulips were on display. Select exhibition than at bulbs, such as lost, bought a memorable location.show original
Se você quer visitar uma lojinha incrível e transada, cheia de produtos relacionados à cultura das tulipas, esse é o local certo. Linda e agradável! Vale a visita.If you want to visit an amazing shop and hip, full of products related to culture of tulips, this is the right place. Beautiful and nice! Worth the visit.show original
If you have come to The Netherlands from March to May -- take a tour to go see the real tulip fields and Kuekenhof Gardens. Check their website for blooming times. Don't bother with this museum March ... read more »
Nice place, and nice tulip bulbs to buy (a little bit more pricey than the ones at the bloemenmarkt)
It's a small museum but a must visit for tulip aficionados. You enter directly into the store where you can purchase bulbs and all things tulips. The museum part is behind the counter and is an interesting visit. You will need to climb down a spiral staircase to get to the exhibits.
Simple but very interesting and well designed
Really small museum. Worth the time if you have a museum pass and around the area (Anne frank house) but 5 euros is pretty steep for what it offers
It's a nice museum, tells the history of tulip flowers, its origins and how it became Hoyland's main exports to the world. Small museum but interesting.
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