Timings : Monday to Saturday: 10 AM – 3 PM Closed on Sundays
Time Required : 1 hour
Entry Fee : Free of Cost; Tickets only for the Tower
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With a rich historical significance, the Westerkerk church is a Reformed church subsumed within the Dutch Protestant Church. Nestled between Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht, the beautiful church is among the oldest Protestant churches in Amsterdam. With its incredible architecture and design, Westerkerk stands out as one of the most celebrated monuments in the city.
The site of Rembrandt’s burial, Weterkerk is a culturally relevant hotbed. It is situated right next to the infamous Annex where Anne Frank and her family once hid to flee Nazi prosecution. The church and the tolling of its bells have been mentioned in her memoir many times.
The view from on top of the church is breathtaking as you see the city of Amsterdam stretching out below you. Adorned with a crown, the marvellous architecture is credited to architect Hendrick de Keyser’s fascination with Renaissance styles. It is recommended you take a guided tour to truly understand the significance of Westerkerk in the Netherlands’ history.
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