This concealed Catholic church (the combined top floors of a
17th century canal house) is a reminder of the Alteration period in
Holland. Protestantism was declared the official religion and
churches like this one relied on clandestine activity for their
survival. The building's lower floors became a museum in 1888
housing a collection of church artefacts and paintings. It is
located near the edge of the Red Light District.
Address: Oudezijds Voorburgwal 40 Website: www.museumamstelkring.nl Email: email@example.com Telephone: (0)20 624 6604 Transportation: A seven-minute walk from Central Station Opening Time: Open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm (open from
1pm on Sundays and public holidays). Closed 1 January and 30
April Admission: EUR7 (adults), EUR1 (children 5-18). Other concessions
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