Diamond Museum Amsterdam, Amsterdam
(2.3/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web)
Diamond Museum Amsterdam, founded by Coster Diamonds, displays diamond jewelry, along with information about the precious stones. Learn about the process that forms diamonds. Admire the permanent collection, which features world-famous diamonds, including the Ape Skull, the Katana, and the Rembrandt Diamond. You'll also have the chance to watch the cutters and goldsmiths craft exquisite jewelery. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Diamond Museum Amsterdam and many more Amsterdam attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Amsterdam holiday planner.
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  • Entrance is ticket you get from Vijay. I am amsterdam card free. 1 fold the diamonds tells how when you go up there, making a move that exploited peoples. Men ass don no diamond. Then at the Museum 2. On the floor behind the curtain the only skull room curiously yen here. They put sauteed him somewhere.
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  • Compared to the price paid, the diamond Museum is very small, with little sun, interesting only from the didactic point of view in order to know the formation, processing, classification of diamonds. Fine diamonds are presented.
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  • Very close to the National Museum, the diamond Museum. If you want, before or after visiting the Museum, you can also enter the jewelry Coster, in the same building, among other things the visit is free. In my case, I came in first in jewelry (by mistake, I confess, I thought I was already in the Museum!) and a very friendly gentleman speaking perfect Italian made me go round, short but very "shiny", explaining the cut of diamonds and showing me the work of employees and their beautiful works. From the same place, paying the ticket, one enters the Museum (or, just click for the door next to jewellery Coster, so don't make a mistake like I did!). The Museum? In a nutshell: beautiful landscaped. A word of advice: check it out alone or in a maximum of four people and choose a day when there is too much queue, such as in the morning. The Museum is small and might be uncomfortable to visit in case of simultaneous presence of too many people. Will you repeat your eyes!
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  • Great place to see! You will find the Guiness world record holder for polishing the smallest diamant working there and she is great! The staff will show you around, guide you through the museum and the shop. Good deals to be found, if you search for them :) A really good experience. Thank you Leon!
  • Nothing really relevant here. Almost all diamonds are replicas which makes this museum pretty pointless. You can see all of it in 20 minutes max.
  • Really well set up and interesting exhibition! Not too big, ended just before I was getting bored of diamonds :)
  • Great fun! The displays were spectacular but it only takes 20 minutes to go round.
  • The only good part of this "museum" is that they are working on real diamonds in front of you, the rest is a big shopping center with the feeling: if you are not wearing Hugo Boss and Gucci why are you there?!