Feb 26, 2021

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Pinoy bags in world’s largest museum in Amsterdam

Few people realize that Amsterdam is actually home to over 50 museums, many of which are interesting and thought provoking. Some of them are downright bizarre. Here is a list of some of the interesting you might want to check out (or avoid) next time you travel to Amsterdam. For more info click here.

Vodka Museum

One of the more recent museums to open in Amsterdam, The Vodka Museum continues to become more and more popular. Of course, I’m sure that the stylish Museum Bar gives you a whole new perception. Either way, it sounds like it would be worth checking out!

Tulip Museum

The tulip is often used as a symbol of the Netherlands, so this museum is quite popular with locals and tourists alike. If you love botany, history, or tulips in general, this is the museum for you.

Anne Frank House

The hiding place where Anne Frank wrote her famous diary during World War II is now a museum and is one of the biggest attractions in Amsterdam. See how hard it was and view the original diary on display while at this location.

NEMO

A hands-on museum, NEMO is very popular among children. Science and technology are the themes here, so it’s a must visit if you’re with kids on vacation.

Torture Museum

This place brings out the macabre in everyone. View a collection and learn about some of the oldest cruelest torture methods of the past. Thankfully most of these methods are no longer in use. The fact that most of what’s on display are actual artifacts is particularly disturbing.

Museum of Bags and Purses

To me, being surrounded by this many handbags and purses seems like a scene from the previous museum! Next time you travel to Amsterdam, with a little searching, you can find an interesting museum around every corner! In fact, if you are going to travel to Europe in general, you will find many interesting museums all over the place!

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