Our Lord in the Attic Museum Visit
- Go back to the 17th century with a visit to the Museum of Our Lord in the Attic.
- The 1663 structure houses a concealed Catholic Church in its attic where Christians used to worship in stealth
- Marvel at various Dutch antiques and paintings in the lower floors of the house
- Admission tickets
- Audio guide
- Food & beverages
Take a sneak peek into the rich history of Amsterdam with a visit to the Museum of Our Lord in the Attic. Built in 1663, the structure is a bourgeois home whose attic houses a concealed Catholic Church.This church was built during the times Catholics found it difficult to practice their religion in the open. When times improved, the church was converted into a museum in 1888. This is the second oldest museum in Amsterdam, that has been recently refurbished to resemble its original setting. Plug in an audio guide and tour the hallowed grounds. During your visit, you can marvel at antique Dutch furniture, old clocks, and ageing tiles. On the lower floors, you can encounter a wide collection of silver items that were made for the secret Church, religious artefacts, and a collection of paintings. A unique museum experience that cannot be missed!
Your tickets will be emailed to you within 20 minutes of purchase. You must carry a printed copy of the tickets to the venue along with a valid photo ID.
This tour is available in Dutch, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Russian language