Museum Geelvinck has a floor with an exuberant interior where styles from the 18th and the first half of the 19th century refers to the history of its residents. In conjunction with an extensive colorful garden and the former coach house is this a historic Amsterdam city palace.
In the style rooms you can see how the rich of Amsterdam lived in the 18th and 19th century. How did they combine different interior styles? And how was the interior of the house influenced by trade contacts with other cultures?
Furthermore Museum Geelvinck Hinlopen is near the following sights: Museum van Loon (±70 m), Foam Photography Museum (±90 m), Amsterdam City Archives (±150 m), Museum of Bags and Purses (±225 m) & Cat Cabinet (±250 m).