• Tour code: 46488P1
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Duration: Flexible
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Step back in time to the Dutch Golden Age with a ticket to Amsterdam’s Museum Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder, or Our Lord in the Attic. See rooms decked out in period furnishings in this 17th-century canal house, and climb the stairs to reach a complete church built in the attic, where Catholics once celebrated clandestine mass. The ticket also includes access to a new museum wing opened in 2015 and connected to the house via an underground passage.

Highlights

  • Entrance ticket to the Museum Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder (Our Lord in the Attic) in Amsterdam
  • Get a glimpse of life in 17th-century Amsterdam
  • Explore well-preserved rooms decorated with historic furnishings
  • Climb the narrow stairs to reach a complete Catholic church built in the attic
  • Visit Amsterdam's second-oldest museum
  • Includes entry to a new wing opened in 2015
  • Valid any time during museum opening hours

What You Can Expect

Museum Ons' Liever Heer op Solder: Our Lord in the Attic Museum Entrance Ticket in Amsterdam

Museum

Make your own way to the Museum Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder (Museum Our Lord in the Attic), located in central Amsterdam on a historic canal.
Dating back to 1663, it is the second-oldest museum in Amsterdam, after the Rijksmuseum, and is preserved as a time capsule and legacy of Dutch religious tolerance.

The first several floors of this historic canal house have been transformed into a museum, with refurbished rooms offering a glimpse of life in 17th-century Amsterdam. Admire period furnishings and decor as you make your way through living spaces, kitchens, and bedrooms. Ascend up a narrow staircase to reach the museum’s most unique feature, an attic transformed into a complete Catholic church. This tucked-away place of worship was used by Catholics to practice their religion during a time when it was prohibited. However, an attitude of religious tolerance characteristic of the time may have led authorities to turn a blind eye.

In addition to the house and attic chapel, your ticket provides entrance to a new wing of the museum built in a neighboring house and opened in 2015. Access this extension via an underground passage, and continue to explore Dutch history through engaging displays and exhibits.

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