Enter the royal world and discover paintings, sculptures, furniture and clocks from the history of the Dutch royal family.
Get priority entry to the Royal Palace of Amsterdam and see where state banquets and royal events are held
Discover paintings and sculptures by the most famous artists of the Dutch Golden Age and get explanations from the free audio guide
See the finely preserved imperial furniture, chandeliers and clocks from the time of Louis Napoleon, the first king of Holland
Get Fast Track admission to the Royal Palace of Amsterdam, one of the three palaces used by the Dutch Royal Family. See what heads of state and other important guests see at state banquets - murals, chandeliers, vaulted ceilings and classical paintings and sculptures. Feel like a king when you focus your eyes on beautiful art and beautiful Napoleonic furniture inside.
The Royal Palace Amsterdam is still used by the Dutch Royal Family and hosts state visits, awards ceremonies, New Year's receptions and other royal events. With these Fast-Track-Tickets you have the possibility to walk through the interior of this royal palace without waiting for a royal invitation.
This 17th century monolith has been one of the hottest places in the city for 350 years. It was built as a town hall during the Dutch Golden Age, and its importance in architecture and opulent marble interiors is more than obvious. When Louis Napoleon (brother of le petit caporal) was king of Holland, he co-opted it and transformed it from the town hall into his royal palace in 1808.
On entering, you will discover paintings and sculptures by Rembrandt's students, Ferdinand Bol and Govert Flinck. Admire the furniture, chandeliers, art and clocks as you walk through these sacred marble halls. Your audio guide (available in eight different languages) will inform you during your walk about the remarkable history and fascinating interior.
Children under 18 years of age receive free admission, but must bring a valid ID.
Companions of visitors with disabilities who are unable to visit the castle on their own receive free admission (maximum one per visitor).
Wheelchair accessible: An elevator, a wheelchair accessible toilet and wheelchairs are available on site.
Audio guide available in English, Dutch, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Mandarin and Russian < br>.
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Royal Palace Amsterdam (Koninklijk Paleis) Dam, 1012 KB, Amsterdam. Enter the palace through the priority lane and show your smartphone ticket at the entrance.
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