Travel trade

The Jewish Cultural Quarter works with tour operators and ticket resellers to welcome groups from around the world.

  • Hop-on/hop-off coach stop

  • Canal cruise jetty

  • Free audio guides in several languages

The benefits of working together

Together with tour operators and ticket resellers we ensure that as many tourists as possible enjoy an unforgettable visit.

Coordination works!

We offer attractive discounts on ticket prices to tour operators and ticket resellers who purchase more than a hundred tickets annually.

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We offer guided tours in several languages. Prefer to bring your own guide? That’s fine too! Our policy is: one guide per group. We offer training with all the information you’ll need about our various locations.

Whisper systems with headphones are permitted. Please bring your own sets. Handheld loudspeakers are prohibited.

The Jewish Cultural Quarter welcomes everyone, and new partners especially! We’re always glad to get together to discuss the possibilities.

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An unforgettable experience

The old Jewish neighbourhood in the heart of Amsterdam has been famous for 400 years. It is home to our four historic buildings. These unique locations offer a different perspective on Amsterdam.

Our locations are in the middle of the city centre, easily accessible by public transport, with hop-on/hop-off coach stop outside the museum door and a canal cruise jetty on the nearby River Amstel.

A visit to the Jewish Cultural Quarter will fit nicely in your travel plan.

We offer guided tours at all our locations in:

  • Dutch
  • English
  • Hebrew
  • German
  • French
  • Spanish

Guided tours generally last one hour and can be adjusted to fit your schedule.

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We offer free audio guides at all our locations in:

  • Dutch
  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Hebrew
  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • Portuguese

Audio guides are provided at the reception desk at each of our locations. Unfortunately, the supply is finite and reservation is not possible.

From butter cake to matzos and from pear kugel to gefilte fish: you’ll find Jewish food around the world, and some dishes are uniquely Dutch. Come and try them at our museum café. They’re kosher!

We offer special discounts for groups.

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At our two museum shops you'll find a superb selection of Jewish literature, music and souvenirs.

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We can accommodate groups of up to 15 people. Larger groups may split into smaller units, however our capacity for multiple groups is limited per location.

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Margriet Kotek

Sales & events manager