What to Do in Amsterdam in November?

Experience the Amsterdam Canal Cruise, Visit Amsterdam Light Festival, Explore Van Gogh Museum, A Day Trip to Zaanse Schans and Volendam, Enjoy at Efteling Park, Tour to Red Light District, Taste the beer at Heineken Experience, Visit Amsterdam Icebar, Explore the Rijksmuseum With Canal Cruise, Visit the Amsterdam Dungeon and many more.

Amsterdam in November commences the winter and festive season in the Dutch city. With lower temperatures and occasional rain the weather here gets colder, which means you will have to pack up on warmer clothes but apart from that, this time is actually quite great to spend your holiday here. During this time you can roam on the streets filled with snow and see them at their prettiest best. 

Also, the places to visit in Amsterdam in November like the Royal palace, the many serene canals and bridges, museums and more are a sight to behold as a layer of snow decorate the beautiful architecture of the city's best attractions. Elevate your experience with the mesmerizing winter charm by considering Europe holiday packages for a delightful and picturesque getaway.

Moreover, it's not just the places but also the plenty of things to do in Amsterdam in November that would amuse you. As the city gets into a celebratory mood with the start of 'Sinterklaas', a traditional festival, you can see the city transform into a party. Around this time, you can take a scenic boat ride in a Dutch village and marvel at the 19th century Amsterdam, and experience Amsterdam's canal cruise while enjoying the city's mighty light shows among other things. Thus, make your winters memorable by vacationing in Amsterdam. 
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Amsterdam Weather in November

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The November month marks the beginning of the winter season in Amsterdam, and is a great time to explore the city. If you are comfortable with a pleasant chill in the air, you may look forward to spending a lovely vacation with your loved ones here. Though the peak tourist season ends in October, all the tourist places remain open in November, making it an ideal time to explore the crowdless version of the city.

The average temperature during the month usually hovers around 7 degree Celsius with the daytime temperature reaching 10 degree Celsius and the nights being as cold as 4 degree Celsius. One may also expect to encounter some rainfalls during the month.

On an average, Amsterdam gets 2 hours of sunlight in November. So if you are planning a trip to Amsterdam in November,  pack your bags keeping in mind a cold climate with frequent showers and you are good to go.

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Why to Visit Amsterdam in November?

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Apart from a lovely weather and romantic atmosphere, there are plenty of other good reasons to visit Amsterdam during the month of November. Before the onset of the winter season towards the end of November, Amsterdam looks absolutely stunning. The long list of places to visit in Amsterdam in November covers a variety of attractions including historical monuments, museums, and serene canals.

October is the last month of the peak tourist season in Amsterdam, so the number of tourists in the city declines as November begins. This leads to the tourist places in the city becoming less crowded, and thus, an opportunity to explore without having to worry about crowds. Furthermore, due to lower scale of tourism, the flights and hotels also become much cheaper, offering a great relief to your travel budget.

But the major factor why one should visit Amsterdam in the month of November is the numerous events that are organized here. From film festivals to comedy events and much more, there is so much to look forward to if an Amsterdam trip in November is your plan. Besides, the lineup of sports events is also equally impressive.

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Places to Visit & Things to Do in Amsterdam in November

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About Amsterdam Canal Cruise : 

Amsterdam Canal Cruise offers a scenic journey through the city's iconic waterways, including the Prinsengracht, Herengracht, and Keizersgracht canals. During the tour, the passengers cruise past historic buildings like the Anne Frank House and the Westerkerk, charming houseboats, and picturesque bridges. The gentle motion of the boat provides a relaxing way to see Amsterdam's most famous tourist attractions. The cruise offers a unique perspective of the city, letting you see its architecture and vibrant neighbourhoods while cruising through the canals.

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The Van Gogh Museum stands as testimony to the life and work of the famous Dutch painter, Vincent Van Gogh. See over 200 of his paintings, 500 drawings, and 800 letters, all housed within this museum in Amsterdam. You may recognize the famous 'The Starry Night" and "Sunflower Field" paintings by Van Gogh but this will also be your chance to witness self-portraits, his exquisite landscapes, and unique flower still life paintings, including the Irises.

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Visit Amsterdam Light Festival

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If you wish to see the streets and canals of Amsterdam at their prettiest best, Amsterdam Light Festival is your best bet. Spanning from the end of November until mid-January , this festival involves the beautification of the entire city through works of light art. As the sun goes down, the city starts to glow up with all the beautiful glittering and shining artworks in all the nooks and corners.

To soak up the lovely sights, stroll all over the city and admire these modern artworks or rent a bike to explore the city decorated like a bride. For the most outstanding experience, hop on a cruise and watch the whole city come alive at night.

The highlights of the cruise will be passing through the canals with mesmerizing art sculptures and seeing the gleaming reflections on the water. Being in Amsterdam during this light festival is sure to become a lifelong memory for you.

Location: All over the city

Price of the Cruise ride: Adults- INR 1800; Children: INR 1200

Timings: The Amsterdam Light Festival cruise can be boarded daily from Damrak Pier 5 from 17:00 to 21:30. The ride lasts for 75 minutes.

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Activity Location: Europalaan 1, 5171 KW Kaatsheuvel, Netherlands

Activty Timings: 11:00am-6:00pm, daily

Activty Duration: 8 Hours (approx)

About the Efteling Park:

The largest Theme Park in the Netherlands, the Efteling Theme Park in Amsterdam is a magical world with engaging stories and thrilling rides. A fairy tale world where you can have a great time with your family, and especially kids with efteling park tickets. Kids love this place as it takes them near to those TV characters with joy and excitement. 

Efteling Park is a place where the kids and even the adults embark on a journey with Jokie and Jet in the Carnaval Festival and the daredevils explore the gold mine of Baron 1898 at 90 km/h. You can also glide through the secret corridors and magical rooms of Symbolica.With sparkling lights, icy entertainment, and warming bonfires, this is an unmissable destination on your visit to the Netherlands.

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A Day Trip to Zaanse Schans and Volendam

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Get ready to take a scenic ride back in time and visit a traditional 19th century Dutch Village. Experience the countryside like never before as you explore the fishing village, windmills, cheese factory,  Dutch culture and whatnot. Zaanse Schans is a quaint town located on the Zaan River.

Here, you may visit the museum and get to know the making of the famous wooden shoe, tour inside the windmills dating back to the 17th century. Later on, you may visit the fishing town, Volendam and stroll around the sea port and admire the beauty in its purest form.

Do not forget to try some delicious Dutch treats and try out some traditional dresses. Undoubtedly, Zaanse Schans and Volendam make it to the list of one of the best places to visit in Amsterdam.

Zaanse Schans and Volendam

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About Red Light Secrets Museum, Amsterdam:

The Red Light Secrets Museum in Amsterdam, also known as the Museum of Prostitution, provides a unique insight into the world's oldest profession. Located in the famous Red Light District, the museum offers a glimpse into the daily life of a prostitute, with displays of the actual rooms used by the workers. Visitors can learn about the history of prostitution in Amsterdam, the laws surrounding it, and the experiences of those involved in the industry. The museum aims to challenge stereotypes and help people understand the complexities of prostitution.

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About Heineken Experience, Amsterdam:

The Heineken Experience in Amsterdam offers a captivating journey through the world of Heineken beer. Housed in the historic brewery building, this museum showcases the brewing process, from raw ingredients to the iconic green bottle. Visitors can enjoy multimedia exhibits, view the brewing equipment, and even participate in a tasting session to savour the famous beer. The experience combines informative displays with fun activities, making it a must-visit for travellers.

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Meeting Location: Museumstraat 1, 1071 XX Amsterdam, Netherlands

Starting Time Slots: 9:00 AM, 9:30 AM, 10:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 11:00 AM, 11:30 AM, 12:00 AM, 12:30 AM, 1:00 AM, 1:30 AM, 2:00 AM, 2:30 AM, 3:00 AM, 3:30 AM

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About Rijksmuseum Ticket with Canal Cruise, Amsterdam:

This skip-the-line ticket lets you get hassle-free entry to Rijksmuseum along with an hour-long canal cruising experience with your family and loved ones. Witness over 800 years of Dutch art, culture & history and 8000+ historic artefacts at Rijksmuseum. Plus, you get to enjoy a 1-hour cruise tour across the waterways of Amsterdam’s UNESCO World Heritage Canal District. A GPS audio commentary in 18 different languages is available to give you detailed information about the attractions.

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Visit Amsterdam Icebar

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As the name suggests, Amsterdam Icebar is an Ice Bar which is entirely made of ice and is the coolest place in town, literally as well as figuratively. It is divided into two parts; one is the warm area and other one is an Ice Bar where the temperature drops to -10 degree Celsius.

Have some drinks in your ice glasses while enjoying and grooving to some music in the warm area. Then head to the Icebar where you will be provided with proper clothings so that you don't feel cold. Here, everything from tables and chairs to the entire interior is made up of ice.

The colorful lighting in the room keeps changing and the appearance of ice keeps changing with the lights and looks spectacular. A visit to Amsterdam Icebar is definitely going to be the highlight of your trip and is one of the best Amsterdam things to do in November.

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The brainchild of a Merlin Entertainments company, the Amsterdam dungeon is a unique way of gathering information about the dark history of the Netherlands. There are several rides and performances that are interaction based. Their main aim is to shed some light on the archival scenes of the Plague, the medieval torture and the Rembrandt workshop. 

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Anne Frank House is a museum that has been transformed from the hiding place of the Frank family, who were forced to hide in the house to escape the Nazis during World War II. Situated on a canal in Prinsengracht in Amsterdam, this biographical museum houses the personal belongings of Anne and possessions of the people who were in hiding with her during the war. 

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Seated in Amsterdam's historical center, Dam Square is a bustling gathering place for both locals and tourists. It is jam-packed with museums, the Royal Palace, food carts, restaurants, and retail establishments. An entertainment hub, hosting daily events like comedy performances, fire shows, live music, dance acts, and a variety of other events, it is always full of enthusiasm.

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Attend the PAN Amsterdam Art Fair

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PAN Amsterdam Art Fair is a renowned event, best known for being the most prestigious modern art and antique fair in Netherlands. Whether you are an avid collector of contemporary art, modern art or love to collect archeological artifacts, this fair has a very extensive range of objects.

Authentic Antique jewellery, furniture, sculptures dating back to the 17th century, oil paintings, oriental carpets and rugs, maps and whatnot. Even if you are not a collector, you can visit this fair to see some of the finest artworks by many famous artists. Without a doubt exploring this fair is one of the best Amsterdam things to do in November.

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Starting Location: Oudezijds Voorburgwal 88, 1012 GG Amsterdam, Netherlands

Starting Timings: According to your preferred time

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About Amsterdam Red Light District Walking Tour:

Take a walk around the Red Light District of the city where you will get to know the deep history behind the sex workers in the area. Explore the narrow alleys along with some erotic theatres and coffee shops during the tour. Plus, you can embark on the tour at your convenience without any time boundaries. Simply download the audio track and delve into the journey while listening to the informative audio. Book your package and get ready for the unique tour.

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Dancing on the Edge Festival

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Every two years, Dancing on the Edge Festival gives a perfect platform to showcase dance, art, music and theatre in Amsterdam. This festival encourages the artistic exchange of ideas and culture between the Middle East and North Africa.

It celebrates artists from different parts of the world with all their distinctive art and also helps them to connect with other creative minds. This perfect exchange of art and creative thought process makes it a fun festival in November you shouldn't miss out on your visit in Amsterdam.

Henny Jurriens Studio, Amsterdam

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from 10th to 12th November 2020 

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Attend the International Documentary Film Festival

International Documentary Film Festival(IDFA) is one of the greatest films festivals, bringing together some of the greatest works by the filmmakers and great stories at a single platform. Extraordinary stories and great film-making with many different creative perspectives and touching every genre possible come together to make it a dream come true for the fans of documentary genres across the globe.

Since the year 1988, this film festival is held annually in November and is one of the reasons to visit Amsterdam in November. The films are showcased all over the city and over 300 films are shown during this festival.


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People Also Ask About Amsterdam

  1. Is November a good time to visit Amsterdam?

    Yes, November is a good time to visit Amsterdam as long as you don’t mind a little chill and frequent rains. The inflow of the tourists is usually low so you can have the place all for yourself, and the flights and hotels are comparatively cheaper. Also, Amsterdam experiences its first snowfall in November. If you love cold weather and less tourists, then November is the perfect time for you to visit Amsterdam.
  2. Is it cold in Amsterdam in November?

    Yes, it gets cold in Amsterdam in November. The temperature varies from 10 degree Celsius during the daytime to 4 degree Celsius at night. During this month, Amsterdam receives rainfalls frequently and it may also snow towards the end of the month.
  3. Which are the best places to visit in Amsterdam?

    • Flower Market: Make a trip to the flower market and feel mesmerised looking at the blooms in vibrant colours. Take a 20-minute long bike ride through the stunning tulip fields which have earned fame worldwide for their colourful stripes.
    • Vondelpark: One of the best places to visit in Amsterdam in November is the Vondelpark and it is an ideal place for you to take your family on a picnic. Explore the park to see its attractions which also include a sculpture by Picasso.
    • Canal Cruising: Your trip to Amsterdam will remain incomplete if you do not go for a canal cruising trip. You may take a daytime cruise and watch the picturesque city bask and dazzle under the sunlight. You may also opt for a night cruise and watch the city twinkle in the night lights.
    • Amsterdam’s Museums: if you are interested in learning the history of the ancient city, the best places to visit in Amsterdam in November  would be the city’s various museums. Visit the Amsterdam Museum along with Museum Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder and Joods Historisch Museum to take a look at exhibits belonging to yester years.
    • The Giant Chessboard: Chess lovers would love visiting Max Euweplein, a famous attraction of the city known for being the hub for chess lovers. Watch others play or go for a game yourself as you visit the area.
  4. Which are the fun things to do in Amsterdam?

    • High Swings: If you are wondering what to do in Amsterdam in November to have some fun, you can ride the giant swing meant for two on the A’DAM Toren’s Lookout platform. Feel an adrenaline rush as you swing 100 m over the IJ and enjoy a bird’s eye view of surrounding places.
    • Visit Fun Forest: Combine your love for nature with having some fun adventure while visiting the Fun Forest. Visit with family or friends and indulge in activities such as ziplining, climbing trees, challenging rope courses and paddleboarding.
    • Go Bungee Jumping: Those on the lookout for what to do in Amsterdam in November to feel an adrenaline rush would love going for Bungee jumping. Climb up to the high crane of Faralda Crane Hotel, and admire the breathtaking panoramic view before you jump from 50 metres over the IJ.
    • Waterland Canoe: Board on a canoe and paddle through the Waterland area for 5 hours. Learn about the villages that you pass by from your expert guide and stop to admire the view of lush pastures and waterways.
  5. Are there tulips in Amsterdam in November?

    November onsets the winter season, so there won't be any tulips in Amsterdam. The spring season is the best time to visit Amsterdam for tulips.
  6. What clothes to take to Amsterdam in November?

    November features a chilly and rainy climate, so you must pack your bags accordingly. Clothes to pack for a November trip to Amsterdam:
    1. Rain Coats
    2. Jackets
    3. Warm thermals
    4. Woolen socks
    5. Waterproof shoes
    6. Umbrella
    7. Trousers
    8. Sweaters/sweatshirts
  7. Which currency is used in Amsterdam?

    The currency which is in use in Amsterdam as well as the whole of the Netherlands is Euro (EUR, €). So, before visiting the city, you will have to convert your currencies to Euros
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