The National Maritime Museum is easy to access by foot, public transport, car, bicycle and by boat!
The National Maritime Museum is a 20 minute walk from Amsterdam Central Station.
By Public transport
The museum is easy to reach with bus 22 (Indische buurt) and bus 48 (Borneo eiland). Bus 22 (Indische buurt) departs from the Central Station IJzijde, bus 48 (Borneo eiland) departs from the Central Station IJzijde halte C. The buses stop at the museum is Kadijksplein/Scheepvaartmuseum.
Tip: buy your Amsterdam Travel Ticket online for unlimited travel across Amsterdam for 1-, 2- or 3-days.
The museum is also accessible with the Tours & Tickets Hop On – Hop Off Blue line. The boat stops in front of the musem jetty Maritime Museum/ Artis Zoo.
For more information: 'Tours & Tickets'
If you are travelling by car, take the A10 ring road North and take exit S116 (IJ tunnel). In the vicinity of the National Maritime Museum you'll find three parking garages: Markenhoven, Oosterdok and Oostenburgereiland.
The National Maritime Museum is accessible for visitors with disabilities. All exhibitions and facilities can be reached by lift. The East Indiaman Amsterdam is partiallly accessible by lift. If you are bringing an assistant to help you during your museum visit, your assistent gets free admission.
Discover our neighbourhood
The National Maritime Museum is on the Oosterdok, a place in the heart of Amsterdam where for centuries technology has gone hand in hand with an urge for adventure. Discover the innovative programmes of museums, music venues and a library, and the enterprises of the future. Check out expeditieoosterdok.nl for more information.