Amsterdam in a Day: First Entry Rijksmuseum, Canal Boat & Local Tastes

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7 hours

Max 15

Why take this tour?


  • Get first entry to the Rijksmuseum and gaze upon priceless works of art by the Dutch masters.
  • Experience Rembrandt's most famous work, "The Night Watch", without crowds of people around.
  • Get a cultural insight to the city as you sample some unique local foods you may have never heard of.
  • Hop on a canal boat and get a unique perspective of Amsterdam as you explore the city from the water.
  • Wander the streets of the historic center, hearing about the Golden Age of architecture and other stories that bring the city to life.
  • Visit the tasting room of a historic 17th-century distiller to try genever and learn how to drink it like the Dutch!
  • Sites Visited
  • Rijksmuseum
  • Canal Boat Cruise
  • Amsterdam's Historic Center
  • Traditional Herring Stand
  • Wynand Fockink Proeflokaal and Spirits
  • Tour Includes
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Full day guided tour around Amsterdam's must-see sights and attractions
  • Entrance ticket for the Rijksmuseum
  • Expertly guided museum tour
  • Canal boat tour with commentary
  • Walking tour of the historic center
  • Taste: Herring and Kibbeling (fried fish)
  • Taste: Genever (local spirit) at historic tasting room

Take the hassle out of planning your time in Amsterdam and follow a local expert to the best spots in the city.

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Meeting Point

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Meeting Point 
We'll meet next to the 'Kiosk Rembrandt Van Gogh' located at Paulus Potterstraat 3A. Your guide will be waiting in the open area in between the kiosk and the 'Museumshop Museumplein' holding a green Walks sign.
Please meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start time. 


Will this tour include temporary exhibitions at the Rijksmuseum?
No. The entrance ticket for the Rijksmuseum does not include entrance to any temporary exhibitions, including the 2023 Vermeer exhibition.