The Amsterdam Tulip Museum walks visitors through the special and suspenseful history of the tulip—from its initial discovery to the ways in which it is represented in today’s mediums. With a collection of curated photographs, videos, and beautifully designed scenes, visitors are transported to various centuries throughout the tulip’s beloved world journey.
“I think people should come to this museum because it’s such a small little quirky find. It’s very enjoyable. It has something for everyone: people who like picturesque things, people who like history, and people who just want something to do in Amsterdam.” ~ Renica, London
“It gives you the whole history of how tulips got to Holland, and now to the biggest exporter in the world, it’s actually brilliant to know all about it. The tulip garden season is open from March to May, only about 50 days in Holland. If you want to experience tulips after that season, I think this museum is a great way to do it.” ~ Priyanka, New Delhi
“I like the layout, it’s nice and colorful.” ~ Emily, Ipswich
“People should come to the museum because they will find a lot more variations of tulips. I found some flowers that are very nice, that I wouldn’t have figured were tulips.” ~ Gabriel, Cyprus