The Amsterdam Tulip Museum
This small but dynamic museum is dedicated to the surprising and flamboyant history of the tulip. Located in a canal house in the charming Jordaan neighborhood of Amsterdam’s central canal district, it is a short walk from Amsterdam’s Centraal train station and steps away from the Anne Frank House and Westerkerk. Its varied interactive exhibits by local artists trace the famous flower’s journey from its origins in the wild highlands of the Himalayas to its arrival at the lavish court of the Ottoman Emperor Suleyman the Magnificent to its popularity in the home gardens of today. A visitor favorite is the exhibit that explores the famous Tulipmania period of the 1630s.
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