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Amsterdam Resources



  • AMI Languages - Dutch and English language training aimed at executives and expats.
  • British Language Training Centre - English and Dutch programmes for groups and individuals. Offers day and evening classes, in-company training.
  • The British School of Amsterdam - General information, organization and curriculum of this international school, offering a British style education for children of all nationalities.
  • Dutch Experiment Support Center - Offers information regarding ground based and real microgravity (life) sciences experiments.
  • English Language Institute - Classes for adult beginners to proficiency levels. Small groups or private classes in general and business English and Cambridge exam training.
  • 2 Voices - Bilingual (Dutch and English), early childhood, Montessori school with programs for students 0-3 and 3-6 years of age.

Society and Culture

  • Amsterdam Cycle Routes - Non-commercial, non-tourist routes, in printable format.
  • - Online community with forums, pictures, chat, live radio streams and games.
  • - Author describes how buildings on the Overtoom street are defaced by tags and graffiti. Many pictures.
  • Anne Frank Stichting - Offers information about Anne Frank, the house that was her hiding place during World War Two, and the famous diary she wrote there. Educational projects, goals and objectives of the Anne Frank Foundation.
  • Crossroads International Church Amsterdam - A contemporary international and postmodern church for young people in the Amsterdam area.
  • Womens International Network - International networking association for professional women in the Netherlands. Gives calendar, newsletter, and membership information.


  • The Allard Pierson Museum - The archaeological museum of the University of Amsterdam. The nucleus of its collection are the collections of C.W. Lunsingh Scheurleer, Van Leer, Six, and Van Lier.
  • Amsterdam Historical Museum - The collection consists of paintings, prints, maquettes, objects and archeological finds. It shows how Amsterdam grew from a small medieval town to a world famous centre.
  • Film Museum - The museum aims to promote a lively Dutch film culture, by the collection, restoration and screening of film treasures. Also presents new films, both Dutch and foreign art films.
  • Houseboat Museum - The museum has been established on the "Hendrika Maria" a former commercial sailship built in 1914.
  • Jewish Historical Museum - The central motif of the permanent collection is the religion, culture, and history of the Jews in the Netherlands.
  • Netherlands Maritime Museum - Tells the story of the maritime past of the country. Practical information for visitors and descriptions of highlights in the collection.
  • Royal Tropical Museum - The institute supports non-Western countries in sustainable development and informs the public about the tropics and sub-tropics.
  • Stedelijk Museum - Museum of modern and contemporary art.
  • Van Gogh Museum - With more than 200 paintings and almost 500 drawings, the Van Gogh Museum maintains the largest and most varied Van Gogh collection in the world.
  • Zoological Museum - Curates more than 13 million specimens with special focus on South East Asian and South American fauna, and marine fauna.


Amsterdam Travel Guides
 Frommer's Amsterdam
 Lonely Planet Amsterdam
 Let's Go Amsterdam
 Fodors Amsterdam