Pose, play, & explore along an hour-long tour through 30 eye-catching installations. At Youseum, you are the artwork, the artist, & the critic.
PLAN YOUR VISIT
- Monday 10:00 - 17:00
- Tuesday CLOSED
- Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
- Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
- Friday 10:00 - 18:00
- Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
- Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
HOW TO FIND US
Youseum is located in the heart of Amsterdam, only a few minutes’ walk from Amstel Station. We’re accessible by public transport, car, and bike. Park your car at Spaces Amstel for the best rates or use the ParkMobile app to park next to the museum.
Weesperzijde 150, 1097 DS, Amsterdam
+31 (0) 613634077
EVENTS & SHOOTS
Check out our calendar of events at Youseum! Or, if you’re interested in booking out our space for an event or shoot, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
GROUPS & PARTNERSHIPS
We can accommodate teams big and small as part of our special program for companies, agencies, and scale-ups. Get in touch below and we’ll get you all the details.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Youseum?
Youseum is Amsterdam’s Instagram museum all about you and your world. Take eye-catching photos and create unforgettable content, solo or with a group. Youseum has become one of the most sought-after things to do in Amsterdam for visitors and locals alike
What can I expect during my visit at Youseum?
Guests are guided along a 60-75 minute guided tour (depending on how much content you’d like to create!) through our 15 curated spaces. Our rooms are designed to make your photos pop, and also to inspire and raise important questions about the world around you.
How much is a ticket for Youseum?
A regular ticket costs EUR 19.95. Kids aging between 0-3 years old get to enter for FREE. For children ranging between 4-11 years old we have a discounted ticket of EUR 12.50. Click here to buy a ticket.
How do I get to Youseum?
Youseum is conveniently located near Amsterdam’s Amstel Station, and is easily accessible by metro, tram, train, bike, and car. Click here for more information.