Amsterdam is more than canals and canal cruises. When it comes to museums, Amsterdam has an impressive collection to blow your mind and keep entertained and constantly in awe. The Upside Down Museum Amsterdam keeps you in awe. The Upside Down Amsterdam is the largest “Instagram museum” in Europe and was founder by Instagrammer Anna Nooshin. This ultra-modern experience around the ‘selfie’ phenomenon offers no less than 1500m2 and ’25 rooms and sets’ of pure fun, magic, and Instagram-worthy memories. The Upside Down Museum is worth a visit if you like taking pictures and creating memories.
The Upside Down Amsterdam
Upside Down Amsterdam: inside
As soon as you enter the Amsterdam Upside Down Museum you lose the feeling of above and below in a rotating vortex, after which you step into life-size and moving RGB projections. You stand upside down in the Royal Room, experience life below sea level in the Infinity Room, after which you check out some other rooms like The Club where clubbing is on a whole new level. In the Upside Down museum visitors “create content” by becoming part of the installations, and there are employees who help you choose the perfect pose for your unforgettable pictures. In Museum Upside Down you can take selfies or just smile at one of the museum’s cameras. Afterward, with a little luck, you will have enough photos to keep your Instagram page running for weeks.
Want to visit Upside Down privately? The Upside Down Amsterdam museum has a large café that can be fully rented for events with groups up to 250 people. In addition, everything is possible in the experience itself. For example, you can rent the entire experience and use the sets to present your product.
Upside Down Museum: largest Instagram museum Europe
With an area of 1500 m2 and 25 rooms, the Upside Down Museum is the largest Instagram museum in Europe. In the museum’s rooms, with all kinds of different themes, visitors are given the freedom to go wild and take fantastic, fun and memorable “Instagrammable” pictures. There is a real Mondrian room where you enjoy some modern art and colour, a Dutch Design room for all things minimalist, experimental, innovative and a bit quirky, and of course the Pool with 81.286 balls to dive into. Wander the halls and look at the works of the great masters.
Don’t miss out on this Instagram museum where you don’t just have fun, but come to unleash your creativity and capture memorable moments that would always put a smile on your face for years to come. Feel upside down in Upside Down Amsterdam.
The Upside Down Amsterdam Museum Photos
Of course, Thingstodoinamsterdam paid a visit to the Upsde Down Museum as well and enjoyed all the wonders of this fantasy world. So if you’d like to find out some more on what to expect from the museum, keep on reading!
Spoiler alert: if you’ve already decided to visit the Upside Down Museum Amsterdam, you might want to skip this part as you will know what is coming already!
Upside Down Museum Amsterdam FAQ
What can I expect at the Upside Down Museum Amsterdam?
It’s fun, it’s new, the colours and the effects of Upside Down can not be forgotten quickly. The idea of Amsterdam Upside Down is that you take pictures of yourself everywhere in all rooms with the most amazing effects is very appealing. The staff are friendly and the museum inspires you to be creative.
Can I give my ticket to someone else?
No, tickets are personal and the ownership of them cannot be transferred to another person. You need to pucrchase your ticker for Museum Upside Down online and before you go.
Is the Upside Down museum wheelchair-friendly?
Yes, Upside Down is wheelchair-friendly. If you’re visiting in a wheelchair, please send an email beforehand to [email protected]
I have a baby, can I bring a stroller?
Yes, you can!
Is the Upside Down museum only for young people?
No, it’s not only for young people. The Upside Down Museum is for all who are playful, creative and fun. Do you have Instagram, do you do Snapchat, TikTok? In short, do you like social media? Then this is definitely a museum for you. If you’re visiting with adolescents and would prefer not to go inside, then you can always sit comfortably on one of the lovely plush sofas in the cafe and order something from the extensive menu. Enjoy yourself while the kids do their thing.
Can I bring my pet?
Unfortunately, pets are not allowed in the Upside Down Museum.
Where is the Upside Down museum located?
The Upside Down Museum is located at Europaboulevard 5, opposite the Rai near station Zuid.
Where can I park in front of the Upside Down museum?
During the weekend you can park for free in the area behind the Europaboulevard. Check the payment terminals carefully to see if this has not been changed in the meantime. You can also park in the parking garage behind the museum. Show your parking ticket at the entrance of the museum and you will receive a 15% discount on the parking rates. P + R Rai is only a few hundred meters away. But please note, to qualify for the cheap rate of only 1 euro, you must have used public transport one hour before departure from the parking lot, this P + R is also valid for a maximum of 24 hours. Check the conditions on the website of the municipality of Amsterdam.
How long does a visit take?
A visit to the Upside Down Amsterdam takes about an hour and a half. No rush, take your time and enjoy your visit to the museum.
Is the Upside Down museum open every day?
Yes, the Upside Down Museum is open Mondays to Thursdays from 12 noon to 7 pm, Fridays from 12 noon to 8 pm, Saturdays from 10am to 8 pm, and Sundays until 7 pm.
Do I have to book a ticket in advance?
Yes, you have to book in advance because you need to have a specific time slot. You can easily do that via the blue bar on this page. And after booking your spot, on the date and time of your visit, all you have to do is report at the entrance and wait for someone to come and pick you up.
Can I take pictures in the Upside Down museum?
Yes that is allowed. You can even bring a selfie stick! In many rooms you can also take a photo with a QR code. Upon arrival, scan the ticket and enter your email address. Then take a photo of this QR code with your entire group and use this QR code for the photos that the museum’s professional cameras take automatically. When you return home you will receive an email with a link with all the photos you have taken with the QR code.
Opening hours Upside Down Museum Amsterdam
There is lots of time to visit as The Upside Down Amsterdam opening hours are widespread over the week.
|Monday – Friday and Sunday||09:30 – 21:00|
|Saturday||09:30 – 22:00|
Upside Down Museum tickets for discount prices
Upside Down Museum discount tickets can be booked via the blue bar on this page. The Upside Down tickets come with a time slot so you don’t get to spend your valuable time in Amsterdam in a queue. You can use this link or one of the blue buttons to book your ticket online. Your discount e-tickets will be sent instantly to your e-mail and can be scanned from your smartphone, so there’s no need to print anything.
Upside Down Museum discount prices
|Adults (12 and above)||€ 25,95|
|Child (3 to 11)||€ 17,95|
|Child (0 to 2)||€ 0,-|
|Events||Send an email to [email protected] for prices|
Address, contact information and route to Upside Down
The Upside Down Museum is located at Europaboulevard 5, opposite the Rai. The easiest way to get to the museum is by using public transport. You can find the exact information below this paragraph.
Upside Down Museum Amsterdam
Public transport to Upside Down
You can get to the Museum Upside Down from many places. One of the easiest ways is to go via from Amsterdam Central station or the Leidseplein. With the widget below you can find accurate advice for the real-time travel times based on your current location. This application will help you when you are not sure which bus or tram you can take from your location.
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