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Heineken museum is a wonderful place to spend time in Amsterdam.
It has the old beer manufacturing units on display. One can walk on each unit and understand the process of beer brewery. You get two free beers when the brewery tour ends.
A great way to spend some time when visiting Amsterdam. Interesting to see how the beer is made and they also make it fun and interactive while your browsing the various excebitions. And of course you get to taste the beer at various stages which...More
A top attraction great for all ages apart from the free beer hours of fun and culture in one place there are video games pub games a how to guide on beer making and beer tasting as well as interactive things to do as well...More
I've visited other breweries before so my expectations were not very high. This was almost like Disneyland for adults; it was a great experience! I visited with my mother who has difficulty doing stairs. They had a package already prepared to assist those with disabilities...More
We came on sunday and there was a big line outside. Fortunatly, we bought our tickets ahead so we got in quickly with 2 euro discount. The explantions are pretty good and when you start drinking everything looks great. Recommended:)
Really fun experience, my partner wanted to do this and so as a non drinker didn't think that I would enjoy it, but I was wrong it was brilliant, hD a great time, very interesting, fun and unexpected things, must do!!
An exciting souvenir shop with a lot of different things to buy. Heineken glass engraving and a lot of cool merch. Definetly worth a visit when going to Amsterdam, after going to The Heineken Experience!
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