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Address and opening hours

The Dutch Resistance Museum is situated in the Plantage district, a developing ‘museum district’ near the Jewish Museum, the National Holocaust Museum, the Maritime Museum, the Netherlands’ largest science center Nemo and the ethnographic Tropenmuseum.


Plantage Kerklaan 61
1018 CX Amsterdam
Telephone: 020-620 25 35  

Opening hours

View the current opening hours and see on which holidays the museum is closed. 

Monday - Friday: 10 am - 5 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 11 am - 5 pm

Public Holiday
1st January - New Year: closed
1st April - Second Easter Day: 11 am - 5 pm
27th April - Kingsday: closed
9th May - Ascension Day: 11 am - 5 pm
20th May - Whit Monday: 11 am - 5 pm
25th December - Christmas Day: closed
26th December - Boxing Day: 11 am - 5 pm

How to get there

The Dutch Resistance Museum is located at Plantage Kerklaan 61, diagonally across the main entrance to Artis Zoo. The museum is easily accessible by public transport.

  • Tram
    The museum is only a short tram ride away from Amsterdam Central Station. Take Tram 14 to stop at “Artis” and then walk here, see map >

    The museum is reachable through metro lines 51, 53 and 54. Stop at “Waterlooplein”, take the exit “Artis” and from there it is only a short walking distance, see map >

    Or rather take bus line 43 or 22 to stop at “Kadijksplein” and walk here, see map >

  • 1.7 km from de Dam (Dam Square), see map >. From Central Station 2 km, see map >

    32 minutes walk
    Anne Frank House - Dutch Resistance Museum,  see map >

  • Would you like to park near the museum? You can do so in the following parking garages:

    • Muziektheater/Stadhuis (Waterlooplein 28)
    • Markenhoven (Anne Frankstraat 220)
    • Waterlooplein (Valkenburgerstraat 238)
    • Parking Centrum (Oosterdokskade 154)
  • The Artis parking lot is accessible to coaches with a waiver. This dispensation includes primary school pupils, the elderly and people with disabilities.

    Groups not eligible for an exemption can stop at the Scheepvaartmuseum (Kattenburgerstraat 1) and the Portuguese Synagogue (Weesperstraat 63).

  • The Resistance Museum is also accessible by the Cultuurferry.

    This hop-on hop-off ferry travels through the cultural heart of Amsterdam, stopping at Entrepotdok, which is very close to the museum.

  • Hop on-Hop off Amsterdam

    • 16 languages available on the bus
    • Ticket valid for 24 or 48 hours
    • Panoramic roof
    • Combine sightseeing and getting around
    • Many discounts for museums and attractions
      Stop 4 and 5 are near The Resistance Museum. See the website.