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O Museu Willet-Holthuysen é um museu histórico de casas em Amsterdã, Holanda. O museu está localizado no centro da cidade, no canal Herengracht. É uma das poucas casas do Canal de Amsterdã que está aberta ao público.
O museu foi construído em 1687 por Abraham Willet, um rico comerciante de Amsterdã. Mais tarde, foi comprado pela família Holthuysen, que morava na casa até 1938. A casa foi doada à cidade de Amsterdã e aberta ao público como museu.
O museu contém uma coleção de arte, mobília e prata holandeses do século XVII. A casa em si é um exemplo da arquitetura holandesa do século XVII e foi restaurada à sua aparência original.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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🗣️ Willet-Holthuysen Museum: Opiniões
Beautiful, well preserved and interesting visit through the audioguide.
Realmente gostei de olhar nesta casa do canal do século XVII. O ótimo passeio de áudio gratuito foi incluído, que adicionou às informações que você recebeu. Meus filhos 9 e 11 também gostaram. Nos deu um bom vislumbre de Amsterdã no passado
We used the I Amsterdam Card for free entry. We booked a time slot in advance but I'm unsure if it's necessary. The audio tour is good and not too long. You'll view original decor like personal items belonging to the original couple's massive collection, a garden (skippable) added in the late 1900s, commissioned artwork including paintings of the owner's cats and more. Sure to please anyone who enjoys house tours.
Great place to visit and get a feel for the Amsterdam of old. Really good audio guides as well - fully recommend a visit
Um lugar muito agradável para se visitar, com uma mentalidade interessante dos proprietários anteriores. Também agradável senhora atrás da mesa.
Awesome look inside a proper Amsterdam Gracht House.
Lovely little museum showing life in a upper class house accompanied by a family history of the house's owner
Nice if you have an hour to spare. Great historical timepiece.
Dentro desta rica casa de comerciantes privados, havia uma ótima experiência imersiva. Vale a pena fazer. Adorável jardim e espaço tranquilo em uma cidade movimentada
Absolutely fabulous. Very interesting ! the family history. All the beautiful architecture and furniture. Absolute must when going to Amsterdam
Museu muito agradável e calmo para entender e imaginar como as pessoas ricas moravam ao lado do canal, algumas exposições estão fechadas e ainda não terminaram. Mas é bom ir uma vez
I really enjoyed this part of my Amsterdam trip the most. The rooms are so impressive my favourite area is the servants kitchen. But the best part is that the museum was not crowded we were maybe six people in the whole house so you really had time to enjoy each room.
Excellent, small museum.. Very interesting (free) audio tour
I was not looking forward to seeing this museum. But I was very surprised. One of the BEST tours I did in Amsterdam. I would highly recommend this museum if your interested in Dutch culture.
I loved it. The garden is amazing and the museum offers an insight on 19th century lifestyle in Amsterdam
Beautiful house with Chambers from the 18th and 19th century, a journy back in time. A lot of art from different periode and also a wonderful Garden.
It offers an unique view into a ream historic amsterdam canal houses. With original layout, decoration and fancy ornamental details in each corner. It also offers a view into a pretty exterior garden.
Me divertiu muito aprendendo sobre a vida e a arquitetura em Amsterdã! A casa está em belas condições, e o jardim é lindo! É altamente recomendável se você estiver interessado em aprender mais sobre como viveu essa família de elite. Certifique -se de conferir os jardins, o que é um lugar privilegiado para fotos!
Must be seen if you are wondering about ancient life style of Dutch people.
We didn't even plan to visit it as didn't think it would be interesting. But we walked pass it and decided to go in. And so happy we did. Was nice to see the rooms and kitchen and garden is amazing. Walking the canal streets you just don't realise how big gardens are at the back. And rooms are big and high ceiling. Very nice place.
One of my favourite museum in Amsterdam. The house is magnificent. The audioguide interesting and helpful, explaining how the family and the staff lived. I spent two hours here.
Beautiful old home which gives you an insight on the day to day living on the canal of a rich family in Amsterdam . This was really special because they had so much info about the couple and family that once lived there. It was asif you got to know them. Other than that, this museum was very organised with audio tour available and storage for your belongings.Friendly & professional staff . Definitely would recommend this museum.
I absolutely loved this museum! It was so interesting and the interior was really beautiful. Also the audio guide was helpful as there was not very much things to read about the story of the house. I also liked the fact that we can take pictures as it's not very common inside those museums. I definitely recommend you if you like architecture, old home furniture and rococo's.
Nice garden, beautiful home. Very helpful staff.
Beautiful gem in Amsterdam. Stepping in to a world set in the late 1800's with clear and informative explanations what you are looking at. Stunning colours, decor and views on the herengracht. A good view what goes on behind the windows of the stunning Amsterdam canals
A lovely hidden gem, especially if you’re a Victorian era enthusiast.
Very informative museum. Lots of beautiful details in an authentic house from 1850.
Lovely and learned a lot about Amsterdam
Not many people know about this place, even my Dutch collègues. It definitely worth visiting! But if you don’t have much time, I’d say come to this one instead of museum van Loon because I think this one is slightly bigger? They are very similar.
Wonderful little surprise! If you'd like to see how wealthy people from Amsterdam lived and still live, a visit to this wonderful canal house is a must. I particularly enjoyed the kitchen and the staircase with marble statues.
Very nice tour with an informative audio guide. Great on a cold winter day to get away from the hustle bustle of Central.
Situated in a grandiose 17th century double canal house, Willet-Holthuysen Museum reflects the splendour in which its wealthy occupants resided. The house was originally constructed around 1685 for Jacob Hop, the-then mayor of Amsterdam. In 1739, the exterior was lavishly redesigned and has remained the same ever since. In 1855, the house was purchased by Pieter Gerard Holthuysen, a very wealthy merchant who had amassed his fortune from plate glass and English coal. His wife died the following year and he passed away two years later, bequeathing his worldly possessions to his daughter Louisa, an only child. In 1861, Louisa married Abraham Willet, a bon viveur, whose exorbitant life style had resulted in several bankruptcies. Under the terms of their marriage contract, Louisa retained full control of her possessions, but Abraham received an overly generous allowance of 40,000 guilders a year. The house was redecorated in the latest French style, the height of fashion at the time, with scant regard as to expenditure. After Abraham's death, Louisa left the house to the City of Amsterdam in her will, on condition that it became a museum, bearing both their names. Most of the house's original furnishings have been retained, together with a sizeable collection of artefacts the couple had built up, many of which from their regular tours of France, where they also had a residence, and various other destinations. The museum offers a multi-lingual audio tour included in the price of admission. Three floors are open for viewing, in addition to a stunning garden created in the French style of the early 18th century. There is an impressive kitchen in the basement, from where meals were prepared for the first floor dining room, with its magnificent adjoining ballroom and an octagonal conservatory overlooking the garden. Other rooms in the house include a Ladies' salon, Gentleman's parlour, Collector's room, study and bedroom.
Atmospheric house, really impressive and worths visiting to get a hint of how the canal houses used to be and how the wealthy people of Amsterdam used to live.
Lovely period house that shows you how the wealthy owners of a canal house lived upstairs, and how their personnel worked downstairs. Excellent, informative audio guide (included). Interesting artefacts downstairs, beautiful art collections upstairs.
A very beautiful museum!!! We have visited this in around 2.5 hours, with a good and interested audio guide given for free. From the bottom to the top floor, you have the chance to live a true old Dutch house, including the original garden, the belongings and original 1700's windows at the top floor! A must see!
Beautifully reserved interior and a breathtaking backyard
Great museum. Very interesting to tour the inside of one of the canal mansions.
Very nice to see what is hidden behind this canal house facade! Huge home with luxurious garden!!
Beautiful preserved canal house! A amazing piece of history to visit and see how it was the life of a noble couple.
Great impression of how historic Influencers lived in an impressive canal house built in the 17th century. you can see different centuries’ influences in the beautifully decorated house. The stair case has not changed over time, and in the hall-way and other rooms, french styles are everywhere.
Really cool spot to spend some time to check out how the rich lived back in the day. The audio tour does a great job of explaining all the different areas and what the purpose of each room is. The house is not very large and you can probably see everything within an hour or two. Don't forget to check out the lovely backyard. Also I went closer to Christmas time so they had a special Christmas exhibit and Christmas tree which was very cool.
A great example of the 17th century canal-houses. I highly recommend to visit it, its not crowded, the audio guide gives a good highly of the society in the era and the inside of the house is splendid.
Beatiful museum. Very nice garden.
While it's on one of the main canals in Amsterdam, this little museum seems to be missed by most tourist. There were very few people here and it gives you a great view into how the upper class lived in Amsterdam years ago. A must visit if you have some time after standing in line for the Anne Frank House..
Nice place, not so many tourists here as in other museums
Awesome audio tour! Love hearing about this history of this old canal house and how they plan to renovate it back to it's original design.
Perfect opportunity to see around a canal house that has changed little since it was built between 1685-1690. As Mr and Mrs Willet -Holthuysen were well to do they could afford to live in a double canal house on Herengracht canal. Abraham Willet liked art and with the help of his wife's money was able to build quite a varied and broad collection which is preserved in its entirety. The museum is a good opportunity to see see around an impressive building with an eclectic art collection. An added bonus for me was it was only a 5-10 minute pleasant walk from the Hermitage.
Extremely well preserved old house, full with artifacts, art and furniture from a very wealthy Dutch-English trader family. Must be seen together with the Van Loon family museum and the Our Lord in the Attic museum to give you a full appreciation of how people in Amsterdam from middle-class to ultra rich lived in 17-19th centuries.
A marvelously preserved house. You get to see how the Willets lived in.