On November 3rd, 50 Amsterdam Museums are open from 7PM until 2AM for the annual Museum Night.
Apart from seeing the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions there is plenty more to see and do, also for non-Dutch visitors. On this 13th edition you can enjoy live music, DJ’s, dance, performances, film, special tours, food & drinks in the many museums of the city. For the Museum Night you buy a ticket (€ 17.50,-), which gives you entrance to 50 museums, free use of all GVB buses and trams and 1 free museum visit valid until December 31st 2012. Museum Night is organised by N8 | Stichting Museumnacht Amsterdam.
I recommend you to pass by the POP-UP location of the Pers Museum on Museumplein, one of my favourite museums!
Their programme during Museumn8 is as follows;
19.00: Start Museumn8
20.00: Illustrator Kifah Al Reefi will be drawing live at the pop-up location
20.00-21.00: Lecture by photojournalist Geert van Kesteren on the role of social media in the Arab world
22.00-23.00: Sanddrawer Gerrie Hondius live
23.00-00.00: Spoken word / column by Raja Felgata
02.00: The end.
During the whole night there will be a bar with mint tea, baklava and Turkish fruits, as well as music and a quiz.
(All times are approximate and subject to change)
For more info about the Press Museum in Amsterdam, check: http://www.persmuseum.nl/ Persmuseum
The Press Museum is not located in the center of Amsterdam, that’s why they have a temporary pop-up location at the Museumplein.
Have you never been to the Press Museum in amsterdam? It’s worth a visit! It’s one of the few Amsterdam museums that are off the tourist track.
The address is: Zeeburgerkade 10. The Press Museum is open from Tuesday to Friday from 10.00-17.00 and Sundays from 12.00-17.00.
The Pop-up Press Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11.00 – 18.00 untill December 30 2012 (closed on holidays).