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O Museu Vrolik, em Amsterdã, é um museu único que abriga uma coleção de espécimes anatômicos e patológicos. O museu foi fundado em 1854 por dois irmãos, Willem e Jan Vrolik, que eram professores de anatomia na Universidade de Amsterdã. A coleção inclui mais de 5.000 amostras, variando de esqueletos humanos e animais a órgãos e tecidos. O museu é aberto ao público e é um destino popular para estudantes e pesquisadores.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Thursday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Friday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Saturday: Closed
- Sunday: Closed
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🗣️ Museum Vrolik: Opiniões
** Apenas uma nota para outros visitantes: por favor, você pode se comportar de maneira respeitosa? A coleção consiste em (partes de) pessoas mortas, muitas vezes bebês mortos. Não sei por que isso aparentemente é engraçado para algumas pessoas, mas risando, rindo e rindo é inapropriado em todos os museus e, especialmente, quando o museu está cheio de pessoas mortas. Você não começaria a rir de um cemitério quando notar o túmulo de um recém -nascido, certo? Então, por que não dar o mesmo respeito às pessoas mortas que inventam esta coleção de museus? Essas pessoas eram filho de alguém, irmão, e às vezes o pai ou a mãe de alguém também. ** O Museu Vrolik é ótimo! Coleção muito interessante e com quadros de informações em holandês e inglês em um nível compreensível para um leigo. Eles também têm uma área para leitura e uma pequena loja de museus. Funcionários amigáveis e o museu é facilmente acessível com o transporte público. Bom valor para o dinheiro. Altamente recomendado para pessoas interessadas em anatomia que podem se comportar de maneira respeitosa. Se você está procurando um dia divertido de sair com seus companheiros, este não é o museu para você e é melhor procurar algo para fazer no centro da cidade de Amsterdã. A única coisa que acho que poderia ser uma boa adição é uma tela mostrando uma representação esquemática do desenvolvimento embrionário. Sem áudio, mas com texto na tela em holandês e inglês.
I crazy loved it If you come to Amsterdam YOU HAVE TO GO, remember to don't take pictures, spend as much time as possible, enjoy it, learn from it, and keep everything in your memory.
Coleção incrível de espécimes, tanto de importância histórica significativa quanto de importância científica ainda maior. Como estudantes, minha esposa e eu visitamos esta coleção (em nossa lua de mel menos!) E estamos muito intrigados e educados por essa experiência. A ser obrigatório para qualquer aluno ou pesquisador de uma área médica.
Coleção impressionante. Eu só gostaria que fotos/vídeos fossem permitidos para poder estudar e ilustrar a partir dos espécimes. Como outros mencionaram, não vá se você se sentir desconfortável com o lado macabro ou mórbido das coisas. Definitivamente não é para crianças pequenas. Alguns dizem que você pode esperar gastar cerca de 2 horas lá, mas se você ler tudo o que acho que poderia passar meio dia! Existem cartões para ler mais informações sobre os espécimes, mas são difíceis de combinar e às vezes são lidos em uma ordem diferente. Um guia de áudio ou placas ajudaria a navegar na exposição.
Extremamente fascinante, mas definitivamente não é um museu para um estômago fraco! Se você está interessado em aprender mais sobre o corpo humano, este é o lugar para ir, há algumas exposições e exibições incríveis para ver! Ele está localizado a uma boa distância de Amsterdã, mas ainda é muito fácil de chegar no metrô ou no trem.
Really interesting place. Totally recommended for medical research but as normal "tourist" it can be a shocking experience.
It was truly wonderful. The collection is incredible and really full. It's a great and interesting experience.
If you like to know more of the human body this is the place to go. It looks small but there is so much to read in English and Dutch. There is very friendly staff. (Disclaimer: if you don't wanna see real dead body's it's not the place to go)
Such an amazing aesthetic for the anatomy nerd!
My friend and i spent two hours here looking at the specimens and reading some of the info cards. I found the part of the museum with twins very interesting
Super cool! I went there as part of the museum night Amsterdam and had a great time. They did a tour with no lights which added a bit of creepiness to the whole tour.
GEWELDIG! Amazing collection of curiosity’s. You can spend hours looking at everything and it never gets old. Bring a jacket, it’s cold inside :)
Quite an insightful museum, and even if the space is rather small, we spent here 3 hours (bring a coat ;) The personal was very kind and helpful. No pictures made, because it is not allowed, but I would suggest everyone before visiting to research the museum. It is certainly not for everyone.
Vrolik is such an awesome museum. You can see a large amount of medical wet specimens, body anomalies, human and animal osteology... a must see for lovers of the curiosities and anatomy world.
Very creeping and disturbing museum. You have to train your mind to not think about the fact that these are human remains. Once you can move past that, the museum is an interesting insight into the anatomy of the human body. Bit far from the centre so account for an additional $6.40 on top of your €7 entry fee if you wanna go here but you're staying in the CBD.
This is a great museum to see the anomalies in human growth, especially in the womb. A very interesting medical collection within the academic hospital in the southeast borough of Amsterdam. Complete the day with a visit to Gaasperplas (beautiful and peaceful park with a small lake). That's a tip from me (a local).
Went here with another medically educated person, which makes it that much more fun. If you are curious or interested in physical anomaliesn or just how the body works, this is a nice place to go. Easy to reach by public transport, not expensive at all, and you can spend as little or as much time as you want here. The place is not too big, but has a great collection from all body parts, birth- and growthdefects, and even a section of animal skeletons. There are pamphlets that explain a little bit of what you are looking at, and if need be you can google some stuff. Pics and videos are not allowed here! I'd say it's extra fun to bring someone who has some medical knowledge, but it's by no means a necessity.
Saw this musesm in a guide viedo on YouTube. I like this type of museum. I was not disappointed it is full of animals and human specimens that are deformed etc also an array of many animal bones from fish to monkeys and many more. I recommend you visit i loved it.
Small but intersting museum .. its inside of a university... 7 euros the entrance fee.
Incredibly interesting place. Very macabre so avoid if you're squeamish. For a group larger than four, I highly recommend the guided tour! We were led to the most interesting pieces of the collection and enjoyed it much more knowing the history and the background of the items.
We've easily spent almost three hours looking at the exhibit. It is very fascinating, but definitely not for the faint hearted. The English explanation cards were also informative which I recommend using.
Fascinating and somewhat haunting (in a good way). Specimens are presented in really compelling ways, like showing the brain developing throughout gestation vs the adult brain and comparative anatomy with other species. I do wish they allowed photos of some areas (I appreciate the respect given to the dead, but it is also valuable to share knowledge). I also wish they had a catalog of what each item is (aside from just the Latin names on the labels). But overall one of the most interesting museums in the world really.
Absolutely fascinating place! Entry is free, museum itself is quite small but the number of specimens is very impressive. Definitely worth a visit if you're interested in anatomy and/or morbid things. Not for the squeamish!
Absolutely interesting place! Exhibition is huge and diversed, descriptions explain value of each item and teach about human body and how our body can be f*cked up. I wound not recommend this place for sensitive people.
I would say is one of the best museums I ever visited. It's fascinating. It's small but really interesting. The information cards are very informative and easy to understand. But it was really hard to find the way, should have some signs, I know it's not very touristic, but still.
Super interesting to see the human race in all these different forms and shapes. They also have animals, but the human is the main focus: Skeletons, deformed foetuses in formaldehyde, body parts, there's even some genitalia.
Make sure you have enough time in case you want to get all the information. Only the parts with the animals don't have as much information as one might hope. Friendly staff, very calm environment. Worth a visit, but keep in mind that sensitive people might not enjoy some parts of the exhibition.
Very interesting museum! I only wish I would’ve asked to sketch the specimens! The woman working the counter was very friendly and helpful and also interested in the history and knowledge stored within. Worth a visit especially if you are interested in the obscene!
Intense experience. Very beautifully laid out, and extremely fascinating. No audio guide unfortunately but very informative posters. No photos due to respect of human remains.
Really a hidden gem of a small museum, located just 20 minutes from the Central station it's a must visit! Only thing to mention is that there's a €7.5 entry fee to ven though it says it's free on the web.
Waw very interesting place to visit. A lot of real human bodies part, nedded in past for study. Everything's with the good description. Don't be impressed about what you will see because we are like that. I strongly recommend this Museum for your culture.
An impressive collection of human specimens covering the range of the body.
It was so cool, it was small but if you took the time in reading the info cards you could spend a good 2 hours there. They have English and Dutch info cards. It was also confusing to find at first but nothing too major.
To anyone with even a vague interest in biology, this place is excellent. I'm not very knowledgable about the subject, but the person I visited with was, and was absolutely enraptured with every item. Some other reviewers have warned this previously, but it might not be suitable for the faint hearted! Although shocking at times, it is certainly worth a visit.
This museum is free but it’s part of a university. We went on a Tuesday. Don’t know if the school was closed that day but it was VERY HARD to get in the building. The only way in was far in the back and we followed a student inside because the door only opens with a scanned badge. IF you are able to get in the building to the museum, it’s a very interesting collection. It’s just a large room and you’re allowed to look around at your leisure. The school was very empty which explains why we had such a hard time getting inside but maybe we went on an ‘off’ day. No pictures are allowed FYI.
Incredibly interesting array of subjects and specimens. The entrance is free as it is within the university it is run by. There is no entrance fee, however, they do ask that a small donation is made which we did as there are so many unbelievable specimens. They are all laid out in a logical manner of being in different stages of growth, development or by body part. This is not for the faint hearted but for anyone with a interest or career in human anatomy or biology this is worth the train ride to the south of Amsterdam and the ten minute walk from the station. My partner works as a midwife and found everything amazing, something that she had never seen before. There must have been great skill to remove the foetuses in the near perfect state they were in. There is also quite a few animal exhibits too, meaning that a veterinarian or zoologist would definitely find some benefit here. The museum is not well sign-posted outside the building, but once inside it is a left from the door pointing towards the route from the station. The signs inside are hard to miss and if not, I'm sure anyone inside would be happy to direct you there.
Very interesting collection, not for the faint hearted. Absolutely fascinating and beautifully displayed. Entrance is to the left as you go in the main hospital entrance, it is also free, but you can leave a donation. It is a bit out the way but easy to get to on Amsterdams fantastic transport. Highly recommend.
Very thank for the museum to give the chance for the visitors to see the museum
The most breathtaking and eye opening museum I've ever seen! Was just amazing would highly recommend it
Certainly one of the highlights of my visit to this wonderful city. The exhibits were fascinating and incredible but also gave me a sense of sadness. Brilliantly curated, and worth the train ride. My only issue was I wanted to buy a book but no-one was around to take my money. Oh well, looks like I'll have to give it to Amazon :(
Great museum with unique displays of natural mutation in infants and biology collected by doctors and zoologists in the past 200 years, gore staff. Very educational.
It was very interesting. It's definitely not your typical museum- the displays don't really have explanations and there's no audio tour option, but that's part of what's great about it.