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History trips to Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a great study trip destination for any students of History, from the Golden Age of the 16th-18th century, through to the tragic events of World War II.

Amsterdam is home to a collection of thought provoking museums and historical institutions. where groups can take a stimulating walk through the city's rich past.

The Anne Frank House located on the Prinsengracht canal hosts a fascinating exhibition on the life and times of the diarist, highlighting all forms of persecution and discrimination.

Various museums document Jewish history, including The Jewish Historical Museum. Jewish Mirror Memorial and Kamp Westerbork Transit Camp. While the International Court of Justice and International Criminal Court provide an insight into international politics in history and its role in the modern world. 

Why not visit Amsterdam for your next History trip, or take a look below for more inspiration.

 

Itineraries

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Day 1

Morning

Depart to arrive late afternoon.

Afternoon

Check in at your accommodation followed by an evening meal.

Evening

Free time in the evening for local orientation.

Day 2

Morning

Visit to the Anne Frank House.

Afternoon

Walking tour of the Jewish District to include the Portuguese Synagogue and Jewish Historical Museum

Evening

Evening meal at your hotel

Day 3

Morning

Join your coach for a visit to Camp Vught, the only official SS Concentration Camp in occupied north-west Europe

Afternoon

Return to Amsterdam for a visit to the Dutch Resistance Museum

Evening

Evening meal your hotel

Day 4

Morning

Depart for your journey back to the UK.

Accommodation

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