Magnificent synagogues, striking buildings, and impressive memorials dominate the “streetscape” of Amsterdam’s old Jewish neighborhood. At its heart, occupying less than half a square mile, is the Jewish Cultural Quarter, with its landmark buildings: the Jewish Historical Museum (including the inspiring Children’s Museum), the imposing Portuguese Synagogue and the Hollandsche Schouwburg. Here you can learn all you want to know about Dutch Jewish culture, history, and traditions. All with just one ticket.
The National Holocaust Museum is currently closed due to renovations.