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Museum Vrolik, Amsterdam

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TripAdvisor
  • Want to see an amazing museum of the ilk you don't see every day? Well, this one definitely fits the bill...I left the place with a great appreciation for the fact that both of my daughters managed to...  more »
  • The museum really was amazing. When I entered the room I was immediately overwhelmed with how many specimens it contained! Definitely worthwhile paying the 2 euros (I think it was 2!) for a paper guid...  more »
  • We visited this museum as our teenage daughter had heard about it from her biology teacher. It's a bit out of Amsterdam (within the Medical School) but worth the trip. The museum itself is like a work...  more »
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  • Coworkers took me here during out lunchbreak, it's a nice and quiet place and i enjoyed the visit! If your interested it's very interesting to learn more about the anatomy of the human body. But if you can't 'stomach' the in and outside of the human body on display then don't go.
  • The best museum in this world. Really!
  • Definitely a place to visit if you are a lover of the horror and creep genre
  • Amazing museum, if you are interested in anatomy, its a must see.
  • without a doubt the best free exhibition I have ever seen and amongst the best museums full stop. it is not very big, one room, but every exhibit is a stunning insight into the human form, and the mind boggles at how they achieved the exacting precision in their dissections.......it is a 20min ride on the metro, if that's a hassle then pay €15 and see bodyworks on the damrack.....but its like comparing vesalius to matt greoning.