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Amsterdam: Royal Palace Entry Ticket and Audio Guide

Activity provider: Royal Palace Amsterdam

Amsterdam: Royal Palace Entry Ticket and Audio Guide

Activity provider: Royal Palace Amsterdam
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From US$ 12.83 per person

Likely to sell out Booked 36 times yesterday

Follow in the footsteps of kings and queens and explore the Royal Palace of Amsterdam with an informative audio guide. Learn more about the history of Amsterdam in the Dutch "Golden Age."

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English, Dutch, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Russian
Audio guide included
Spanish, Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Russian
Wheelchair accessible


  • Look inside the Royal Palace of Amsterdam
  • See where state banquets are held and heads of state sleep
  • Discover paintings by some of the most famous artists from the Dutch Golden Age
  • Admire finely preserved furniture, chandeliers and clocks from the time of Louis Napoleon
Full description

Enter the Royal Palace of Amsterdam and explore the regal building with an audio guide in your chosen language. Learn the history of the 17th-century monument, still used for state visits, award ceremonies and other royal receptions to this day. Admire masterpieces of art from the Dutch Golden Age and see sculptures by artists such as Ferdinand Bol and Govert Flinck. Walk through the vast marble chamber of the Citizens' Hall and see notable features such as the statue of Atlas with the sky on his shoulders.

  • Adult Entrance ticket to the Royal Palace of Amsterdam
  • Audio guide for adults (in Dutch, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, or Russian)
  • Audio guide for children (in Dutch and English)

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    Meeting point

    Reach the Royal Palace with tram numbers 2, 4, 12, 13, 14, 17, and 24. Or use Metro 52, exit at station Rokin. The nearest GVB tram station is Dam Square.

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    Important information

    Not allowed

    • Pets
    • Smoking
    • Food and drinks
    • Video recording

    Know before you go

    • Please note that entrance to the Palace is free for children under 18 years old and a ticket can be picked up from the counter
    • You can enter the Palace by the priority lane and show your smartphone ticket at the scan desk
    • Free entrance comes with a Dutch Museum pass
    • The last entry is at 4:15 PM
    • The building is wheelchair accessible. Facilities include a lift, wheelchair accessible toilet, and wheelchairs for the use of visitors
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.6 /5

    based on 1831 reviews

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    Booking a ticket online is very easy. And the tour itself left the most wonderful impressions! The audio guide is included in the ticket price. By the way, there were audio guides in Russian only in the Van Gogh Museum, the Rembrandt House Museum and in the Our Lord Church in the attic. So DEFINITELY go to the Royal Palace in Amsterdam and enjoy! And one more thing: despite the fact that there is a “photo is prohibited” icon, everyone takes pictures!

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    May 26, 2022

    Very interesting visit (Not understood all the names since it's Dutch mdrrr). Audio guide in French and visit comparable to a little treasure hunt. You progress at your own pace, visiting a large part of the castle. Cloakroom at the entrance also very valuable to visit without incident. Only negative point, a little expensive for the time of visit. Do not do with young children.

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    February 19, 2022

    In itself a nice tour that is not too long. Everything worked great with the audio guides and you could do the tour at your own pace. The staff was nice and helpful, the toilets were very clean. The only drawback, therefore also a star deduction: for the kids there is a great "museum rally"/search game, which is very informative and makes the visit to the museum exciting for the little ones - however, it is not available in German. (Audio guides do). That was really a shame, but there was a reward at the end. But the modern art that is currently on display there doesn't fit at all. It's quite distracting and I found it annoying. Nonetheless recommendable as it is compact and central on Dam Square.

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    August 29, 2021

    Product ID: 131313