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Tickets for Diamond Museum

A sparkling collection of worldly diamond artifacts

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Overview
Opening hours
Open daily from 9:00 – 17:00. On December 25th and January 1st the opening hours are limited.
Best time to visit
Between 10:00 and 15:00
Highlights
  • See world-famous pieces like the Katana (a Japanese sword covered with diamonds and rubies), the Rembrandt Diamond and the impressive Ape Skull
  • Learn the amazing history of Amsterdam's diamond trade and meet the craftsmen
  • Stand in the breath-taking Glamour Room, which will make you feel like you're inside a giant diamond!
Description

The Amsterdam Diamond Museum takes you on a journey that began 3 billion years ago, through to the ring on your finger. See world-famous and rare diamonds from all over the world, plus special exhibitions in this sparkly Amsterdam attraction!

Learn the history of Amsterdam's diamond trade, see the craftsmen at work, and stand in a chamber of mirrors, which feels like standing in a giant diamond!

See old weapons, tiaras, jewels, crowns and world-famous pieces like the Katana, the Rembrandt Diamond, and the impressive Ape Skull inspired by Damien Hirst's diamond-encrusted human skull.

Diamonds probably aren't really anyone's best friend, but this is nonetheless as a surprisingly enjoyable (and sparkly!) Amsterdam activity.

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Smartphone tickets accepted
Instant ticket delivery
What's included
  • Free entrance to the Diamond Factory next door
How to use your tickets

Swap your smartphone ticket for a paper ticket at the reception/box office.

Venue
Address
Diamond Museum
Paulus Potterstraat 8, Amsterdam
Additional info

Getting There

  • Tram: Line 2 or 5, Rijksmuseum; 12, Museumplein

  • Bus: 145, 170, 172, 174 or 197, Rijksmuseum

Reviews
Anonymous
May 31, 2017
Good information about diamonds. The diamond skull and tennis racket are worth seeing. Overall, a good experience.
Ilan, Israel
Jan 4, 2017
lot of steps to clime , not much explanation
siegfried, Netherlands
Apr 26, 2017
Leuk museum over alles wat met diamanten te maken heeft, zeer leerzaam.
Christine
Nov 16, 2016
Bon accueil
Kathrin
Oct 8, 2015
Hat alles super geklappt, kaum Wartezeit beim Eintritt ins Museum

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