Museum visits § 1

Opening hours

The Amsterdam Pipe Museum (former Pijpenkabinet) is open from 12 to 18 hours (noon till 6 PM) on

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday

Admission: € 10,- (2 pers. € 16,-),
child up to 18 years € 5,-
Free entrance: I Amsterdam, Museumkaart, Vereniging Rembrandt, Icom

Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Prinsengracht 488
1017 KH Amsterdam
The Netherlands

click for exact location

You can reach Amsterdam Pipe Museum and Smokiana Pipeshop from Central Station by tram 1, 2 and 5, stop Prinsengracht. Also by the special shuttle-bus Opstapper, that starts oposite Central Station. Just ask the driver to stop on Prinsengracht at Number 448 ! Use the public transport chip-ticket.

Every visitor is offered a personal show round along the collections so that you can learn more about the worldwide culture of pipe smoking, but also meet with the passion of a collector. At the same time the Amsterdam Pipe Museum is the only house at Prinsengracht to be visited where the atmosphere of an Amsterdam canal house is preserved.

Groups can make an appointment for a special visit on other times, during daytime or evenings. According to the special interest of the group, a tailor-made tour will be made. Click here for more information on the section group visits (§ 3)

For any questions about pipes or tobacco related items you are welcome to visit the Amsterdam Pipe Museum. For the museum shop in the basement of the same building click here for the de site of Smokiana pipeshop.

Phone the museum or museum shop for more information:

phone +31 (0) 20 42 11 779

pr-columbian and American-Indian pipes Dutch decorated clay pipes
pipemaker's marks
early wooden pipes covers for pipes
stemmed clay pipes
the making of clay pipes etnographic pipes
opium pipes and paraphernalia
figural clay pipes pipes from Asia
porcelain pipes
modern briar pipes Cameroon pipes
carved briar pipes
painted porcelain pipes meerschaum cheroot holders
pipes of various materials carved meerschaum pipes
facade of the Pijpenkabinet and Smokiana along the Prinsengracht 488 in Amsterdam
corridor of the Pijpenkabinet with stucco work and long case clock
carved fan light with items related to the tobacco trade and in the centre three blackamoors, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1770-1800
click on the icons for the Pijpenkabinet collections
pr-columbian and American-Indian pipes Dutch decorated clay pipes
pipemaker's marks
covers for pipes early wooden pipes
This is the old website of the Amsterdam Pipe Museum.
Visit our new website
including the on-line collection .
Amsterdam Pipe Museum - the worldwide culture of pipe smoking
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