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Museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder, Amsterdam
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Museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder, a private canal house, used to be a secret meeting place for Roman Catholics who were unable to worship in public after 1578. Built during the 1660s, the three-story site in the red-light district is the second oldest museum in Amsterdam. It showcases traditional rooms, halls, and kitchens with heavy Dutch furniture, church artifacts, and art pieces. See the lavishly decorated main hall with an altar at its end, and tour the house, marked by four centuries of history. Plan to visit Museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder during your Amsterdam vacation using our convenient Amsterdam itinerary planner.
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Wat een leuke verassing dit museum. Door middel van de audiotour loop je langs verschillende kamers en ruimtes tot je op zolder ineens in een ware kerk staat. Zeer interessant en mooi om te zien hoe a... read more »What a nice surprise this museum. Through the audio tour you walk along different rooms and spaces to you in the attic all of a sudden in a true Church. Very interesting and nice to see how everything has been left in its original state as much as possible or is restored.show original
This is a wonderful museum with more to see than you would imagine. There is a large organ and the pulpit is hidden inside the wood at the front at the "alter". Everything you would have in a traditio... read more »
Suggested as a "good museum" and included in the Amsterdam card, this museum is a wonderful place to teach yourself about tolerance. On the top floor of this house is a church which was allowed to exi... read more »
The catholic faith was once forbidden in Amsterdam. So they build a hidden church. Truly amazing.
Really fantastic little museum. A hidden gem, it I suppose that was the point! Definitely not to be missed!
Our guide book, (lonely planet) listed this as a top place to visit. It really is a hidden gem. Great (free) self guided audio tour, the "shoe covers" and ancient tiny staircases are not to be missed!
Fascinating to see the beautiful church in the attic.
Don't miss out on this it's an eye popping experience
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