EYE Film Museum, Looking at interesting architecture

IJpromenade 1, 1031 KT Amsterdam


The Eye Film Museum in Amsterdam, completed on April 4th, 2012, has become one of the city's new landmarks. In addition to collecting a large amount of film materials, it also has four modern film screening rooms and advanced teaching and exhibition facilities. The museum has hosted exhibitions of famous directors such as Kubrick. You can take the free GVB ferry to reach Amsterdam Central Station on the other side of the river within five minutes.
IJpromenade 1, 1031 KT Amsterdam
Opening hours
Ticket sales time:<br /> Sunday-Thursday: 10AM - 10PM<br /> Friday, Saturday: 10AM - 11PM
Depart from Central Station and take the free ferry to Buiksloterweg. Walk to the left after disembarking until you arrive at the Netherlands Film Museum Eye. The journey takes approximately 3 minutes. From the north of Amsterdam, take bus 38 to Buiksloterweg station and walk to the right to find the museum. Alternatively, take either bus 105 or 109 to Hagedoornplei station and walk to the museum, which takes approximately 12 minutes.