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Royal Palace Amsterdam (Koninklijk Paleis)

The impressive Royal Palace Amsterdam, located on Dam Square, is one of Amsterdam's top attractions. It was built in the Dutch Golden Age as the city hall for Amsterdam. It later became a palace for the royal family, a function it still has to this day. Consequently, it's not always open to the public.

It plays a key role during State visits and it's also home to some pretty amazing 17th-century art - representing the Dutch Golden Age.

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Customer reviews

Jul 12, 2018
Royal Palace Amsterdam: Fast Track + Audio Guide
Incredible building, with amazing furniture. Very helpful staff, as I was in a wheelchair. Would recommend the palace as a must see in Amsterdam.
Jul 11, 2018
Royal Palace Amsterdam: Fast Track + Audio Guide
It was an amazing experience and easy to follow the history with the audio.
Jun 30, 2018
Royal Palace Amsterdam: Fast Track + Audio Guide
Nice place.
Jun 26, 2018
Royal Palace Amsterdam: Fast Track + Audio Guide
The Royal Palace has a very informative audio tour with more than enough information to enable visitors to understand the history of the building and its association with Amsterdam.
Jun 25, 2018
Royal Palace Amsterdam: Fast Track + Audio Guide
Excellent tour! Very informative audio tour! Easy to book via the app, showed the ticket on my phone at the fast pass lane and was straight through. Would definitely recommend!!
Jun 23, 2018
Royal Palace Amsterdam: Fast Track + Audio Guide
Magnificent place!
Jun 17, 2018
Royal Palace Amsterdam: Fast Track + Audio Guide
Excellent
Jun 17, 2018
Royal Palace Amsterdam: Fast Track + Audio Guide
It's fantastic and very good organisation
May 29, 2018
Royal Palace Amsterdam: Fast Track + Audio Guide
Very enjoyable - a lot to learn about the building and how it changed over time. The audio Guide was very informative.
May 21, 2018
Royal Palace Amsterdam: Fast Track + Audio Guide
It only had an audio visual without signs so if you hadn't had been provided an audio you couldn't understand what you were watching