I Amsterdam City Card Pass
The museum-admissions card and public transport pass of Amsterdam
Is the I Amsterdam Card City Pass worth it?
Let's break it down.
Purchased separately, tickets to the Rijksmuseum cost €12.50, to the Van Gogh Museum €14. Add a 24-hour tram/bus pass for €7, and a canal cruise is €13. That adds up to a pretty excellent day in Amsterdam—and a whopping €46.50, which is less than the cost of even the 48-hour I Amsterdam Card City Pass.
So, yeah: it's worth it—especially as, in addition to money, it saves you precious vacation time—no more standing in all those museum ticketing lines, or wasting time buying tickets on board trams and buses.
What does the I Amsterdam Card City Pass get you?
The City Card gets you the following:
- Free admission to 36 of the main museums (pretty much all the major ones except the the Anne Frank House; for the full list, see below)
- Use of public transport system (GVB trams, buses and underground; NOT the airport train)
- A cruise on Amsterdam's canals
- Considerable discounts in selected shops and restaurants
- 25% discount on admission to Amsterdam's most popular attractions
- 25% discount at participating restaurants and shops.
- FREE Museum Entrance:
- Van Gogh Museum
- De Oude Kerk
- Hermitage Amsterdam
- Rijksmuseum - The Masterpieces
- FOAM Photography Museum
- Bijbels Museum
- Museum Van Loon
- De Nieuwe Kerk
- Rembrandthuis Museum
- Museum Het Schip
- Allard Pierson Museum
- Huis Marseille
- Portuguese Synagoge
- Molen van Sloten, Kuiperijmuseum
- Joods Historisch Museum
- Museum Willet Holthuysen
- Amsterdam Tulip Museum
- Amsterdam Museum
- Science center NEMO
- Dutch Resistance Museum
- 25% Discount:
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