What’s on in Amsterdam in March? March sees the beginning of springtime in Amsterdam. After the long winter, the sun starts shining and the outdoor terraces come back to life. The country is slowly waking up. The days are getting longer, and the weather is getting a little bit warmer. Amsterdam in March is ideal because the crowds are not here just yet as the start of Spring emerges.
Tulips are one of Holland’s most famous exports and come springtime in Amsterdam you can’t move for these pretty petals. You’ll find plenty of flowers around the city, but for the full floral experience, nothing beats a trip to Holland’s world-famous flower strip, or ‘bollenstreek’. Head to Keukenhof Gardens between March and May for the best blooms. Get in touch with us and we can book you a private Countryside and Windmill Tour, or be one of the first to do our Keukenhof Gardens private tour.
2: Climb Amsterdam’s iconic towers
What more is on in Amsterdam in March? The Open Tower Day returns to Amsterdam to once again invite the public to climb a selection of both historical and modern towers spread throughout the city. It is a great way to get a birds-eye-view of the city! Come on a walking tour with us and scale new heights!
3: Walk, walk, and walk some more
Amsterdam is a city that needs to be walked. Explore the treasures that hide in private gardens and courtyards, and find the best places to see in the city, come on a walking tour with us. You can walk through the Red Light District, or go on a Hidden Gems Tour. Maybe you’re interested in history? If so, come with us and explore the Jewish Cultural Quarter and the story of Anne Frank.
Are you visiting with your family? Then Amsterdam has so much to offer. There is the Zoo, NEMO Science museum, parks galore, and amazing toy shops! Get in touch with us and we can help you have the best experience with your family. We will show you the best cafes, child-friendly museums, and even the Dutch version of Disneyland!
5: Visit The Van Gogh Museum
On your own private tour, join your guide, an art historian, and explore the largest collection of Van Gogh paintings in the world. The Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam has 200 paintings, over 400 drawings, and 700 letters. Van Gogh is one of the most recognisable artists from the 20th Century, and his stunning works, full of colour and texture, changed the course of the visual arts forever. This museum sells out so come with us and don’t miss out!