Culture, arts & entertainment: things to do in Amsterdam


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Estimated cost €9.50 (adult, admission) Estimated duration 1 hour Distance away Less than a mile away
Foam, the Amsterdam museum of photography, runs guided tours (in Dutch and English) on Thursday evenings at 6.30pm, for no extra charge. Explore the galleries and the extensive collection, and discover what it takes to take a good photo.
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