New in Amsterdam

New in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, the old city also has  a new side.

The spectacular EYE building is an eye-catcher on the IJ harbour.

The spacious Arena with its bar-restaurant offers a panoramic and filmic view of the river and the city and can be visited free of charge. Entrance to the Panorama, the permanent display about EYE’s collection and the technological development of film, is also free. Tickets for film screenings and for the large temporary exhibitions in the exhibition space on the second floor are available from the front desk. Exhibitions are free for Museum Card holders. More info


Centre for media, culture, fashion, food and crafts
The building where once the first electric trams in Amsterdam were serviced has been granted a new life. In the former tram depot, an official monument built between 1902 and 1928, you now find De Hallen Amsterdam. Right in the middle of the 19th century district Amsterdam West. More info



I am an observation deck with an unrivalled panoramic view of Amsterdam. You’ll see the city’s historical centre, its pulsating port, the unique Dutch polder landscape

and you’ll spot the famous canals which belong to the UNESCO world heritage list.

Complementing the experience will be a state-of-the-art interactive exhibition about Amsterdam’s history and culture

Tip: book a lunch at one of the restaurants which includes the entrance fee to the top.

More Info: adamlookout.