How Does The Amsterdam Pass® work?

The Amsterdam Pass is your all-in-one ticket to over 30 top Amsterdam attractions. It has been designed to simplify your sightseeing experience, saving you both time and money by removing the hassle of carrying around spare change and queuing up to buy attraction tickets. The Amsterdam Pass is available in 1, 2, 3 and 5 day durations, so you can pick the pass that best suits your time in the city.

SAVE TIME, MONEY AND STRESS WHEN VISITING AMSTERDAM WITH THE AMSTERDAM PASS

Benefits of The Amsterdam Pass

✔ SAVE TIME as everything is included in one pass

✔ SAVE MONEY with free entry to over 30 attractions, tours, and museums

✔ SAVE STRESS with our simple-to-use sightseeing pass and free guidebook

✔ NO HASSLE of carrying around loose change

How do I use The Amsterdam Pass?

The Amsterdam Pass works through a scan and barcode system and is activated after first use at an attraction. The passes come in 1, 2, 3, and 5 day durations and work on a consecutive calendar day basis after first activation, so it’s best practice to start using your pass first thing in the morning to make full use of each day. Simply scan your pass and head inside!

Please note: The passes are valid at each attraction and tour included only once, however the Hop on-Hop off Bus and Boat tours can be used across the duration of your pass

Adult passes are for anyone over the age of 12 and child passes are for 4-12 year olds. Please note: each child pass holder must be accompanied by an adult pass holder at all times

A free guidebook, packed full of useful information on where to use your pass and maps of the city is also included for free.

Where can I use The Amsterdam Pass?

The Amsterdam Pass can be used at a range of attractions and tours in Amsterdam including can't-miss locations such as:

  • Johan Cruijff Stadium Tour
  • Rijksmuseum
  • Hop on-Hop off Bus tour
  • A'DAM Lookout
  • 100 Highlights Cruise
  • Amsterdam Dungeon
  • Hop On-Hop off Boat Tour
  • Heineken Experience
  • Rembrandt House
  • The National Maritime Museum

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