Houseboat Museum, Amsterdam
(3.4/5 based on 260 reviews on the web)
Get a glimpse into what it's like to live on a houseboat at Houseboat Museum. The floating museum is located along the Prinsengrach on the Hendrika Maria, a 1914 freighter for sand and gravel that's been converted into a living museum. Step aboard and receive a laminated guide so you can explore on your own. Walk around the boat, which is the size of an average Amsterdam apartment, and learn how all areas of the space within are utilized. Put Houseboat Museum and other Amsterdam attractions into our Amsterdam vacation route planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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TripAdvisor
  • I really did not know what to expect from this museum but I was very pleasantly surprised. My teenage kids absolutely love this and thought it was great fun especially the clogs. I've never been in a ...  more »
  • A visit of two minutes which does not add much. If you have much free time may be worth, but there are other visits much more interesting!
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  • For 4.5 euros, you have the opportunity to learn how to live in a House-boat. I was surprised that there's a lot of space, warmth and not rocking. It turns out that home-boats-full House. Residents receive mail, they have electricity, water and sewerage. After a visit to this museum with a huge desire for the next time in Amsterdam to live in a houseboat. The only drawback, which I was able to find such a home, constant attention tourists)))
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  • Interesting and Fun. The entrance is not too expensive (around 4 euros) and the visit takes less than one hour. It is interesting to see how a house-boat looks from inside. It is well kept; useful information and videos are displayed inside.
  • Overrated price, 4.5uero. You see the history of the boat, i wanted to see a "real house boat", its a 5 minut visit. No more.
  • It is a real houseboat which you can visit. You get a sheet that explains the different rooms and functions of the houseboat. It would have been nice to make it a little more interactive. But it is a nice little museum and if you have not much time, you can go there. It just costs 4€ and you will be done withing half an hour.
  • Wow 5 star trip advice recommended
  • It is houseboat which is used to live in before, covered in to the museum.