Attending the annual Amsterdam Museum Night
Ever visited Amsterdam in the month of November? If not, then book your cheap flights to Amsterdam right away as scores of tourists from around the world would be doing this year. But, do you know why. The famous Museum Night, which would be held on November 2, 2013, would be attracting thousands of tourists in a big way.
The annual Amsterdam Museum Night is held every year in November. More than 40 museums in the beautiful Dutch capital open their doors for the visitors between 7.00 pm and 2.00 am. Several activities and themed events are offered by these museums to some 26,000 visitors every year. These include stage performances, music shows, guided tours, and much more.
The Jewish Historical Museum, Hermitage, Amsterdam Museum, Artis Royal Zoo, Science Centre NEMO, Foam, Tropenmuseum and the National Rijksmuseum are among a few museums that you can choose for visiting. These museums try to do whatever it takes to connect them with a young and new audience. The visitors to these museums can look forward to DJs, bands, dance, stage performances, concerts, unusual tours, poetry readings, interactive workshops and film. There are many museums that also offer food and drinks aligning with their themes on Museumnacht.
Museumnacht, also called Museum Night, offers opportunity to the visitors to see many museums in Amsterdam in ways and odd hours that they might have never seen them before. Taking part in the Museum Night is also a fantastic opportunity to see many different areas of Amsterdam and also experience the overall festive feel coming with the locals celebrating their cultural traditions in a unique and amazing way.