Although the Royal Palace is the official Royal residence, it is
mainly used for functions as the family reside in The Hague. The
building dates back to 1648 and was originally designed for use as
Amsterdam's City Hall. A large collection of furniture from this
period adorns its interiors. Guided tours are offered to visitors
(although they to be booked two weeks in advance).
Address: Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 147, Dam Square Website: www.paleisamsterdam.nl Telephone: (0)20 620 4060 Transportation: 10-minute walk from Central Station, or any tram leaving
from Central Station Opening Time: Open Tuesday to Sunday, from 12pm to 5pm. Guided
tours can be booked by calling (020) 624 8698 Admission: EUR7.50 (adults), EUR6.50 (children)
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