In the dynamic Spiegel Quarter in Amsterdam you will find over 80 antiquairs and art galeries. All together, they compose of a huge assortment of antique, old, modern and contemporary art from all over the world within a time frame of the Old Ages until work from the recent year. The work varies from; exotic folk art, 17th century master works, Delft blue pottery, 18th century clockwork, antique furniture, 19th century jewelry, statues from the Greek Era, African sculpures, modern paintings (for example Jan Toorop and Karel Appel), contemporary paintings (for example Warhol and Banksy) and ceramics. The Spiegel Kwarter is situated between the Herengracht canal and Museumplein square; of which the history goes back to the 17th century. Already for 80 years, this neighborhood is the centre of national art and antique. The art and cultural centre of Amsterdam with in it’s proximity the famous Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum. During the guided tour, a variety of art galeries and antique stores will be visited with narrations of the tour guide about the extraordinary work you are admiring.
Details about this excursion:
During this tour, the tour guide will choose a wheelchair accessible route through the city. All the venues that are visited during the tour, have accessible entrances. The locations have been checked for accessibility for wheelchair users by Accessible Travel Netherlands.
This accessibel tour of Amsterdam starts from you hotel, if it's located in the centre of Amsterdam. If it's not in the centre of Amsterdam, the meeting place can be decided on with you and the tour guide. We will advise how to reach the city centre and meeting exact location, either by public transport or accessible taxi.
Pricing accessible city tours
Half day tour (3 hours)
Full day tour (maximum 6 hours between 9am and 7pm)