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Red Light Secrets Museum of Prostitution & Canal Cruise

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Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?


  • Duration

    Red Light Secrets Museum: Stay as long as you wish
    Canal Cruise:1hour

  • Start time

    Choose from multiple time slots in the calendar available on booking.

  • Meeting Point

    Cruise - Make your way to Central Station (Prins Hendrikkade 25)

    Redlight Museum : Make your way to Oudezijds Achterburgwal 60H, Amsterdam

  • Ending Point

    Same as the start point

Key Highlights

  • Visit the Red Light Secrets Museum and learn more about the lives of prostitutes
  • Learn about the world's oldest profession at the Prostitution Museum "Red Lights Secrets"
  • Explore 400-year old former brothel and hear 12 stories by prostitute Inga
  • Gather information about the life of window prostitutes and city's sex industry
  • Enjoy a scenic cruise on the narrow canals of Amsterdam's Canal Belt on board of a canal cruise boat
  • Admire beautiful churches, buildings, the iconic Skinny Bridge and many more highlights on the cruise
  • Sail through the unique UNESCO World Heritage canal district and admire the city views
  • Both printed or smartphone vouchers accepted


Red Light Secrets (Museum of Prostitution)

Take a peek inside the forbidden world of prostitution with this entrance ticket to the Red Light Secrets, also known as the Museum of Prostitution. Visit this intriguing attraction in the famous Red Light district of Amsterdam and step into a mysterious world of intrigue and sinful entertainment.

Learn about the secrets of the red Light district and know all there is to know about prostitution in Amsterdam. Located in some 400-year-old former brothel, this area was known for its window prostitution, sex shops and strip clubs. It was locally popular by the name De Wallen

There will be photo opportunities aplenty as you tour the 17th century monumental canal house and get to know about the oldest profession in the world!

Amsterdam Canal Cruise

No sightseeing trip in Amsterdam is complete without a scenic canal cruise on leisurely waters. The Dutch capital is practically surrounded by water and the best way to enjoy the charms of Amsterdam, is from the ample waterways of the city.

Enjoy a one hour canal cruise and sail by the elegant merchants’ houses dating from the Golden Age, the fabulous gables, beautiful churches, the iconic Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge) and many more highlights.

Learn more about the places that you see as you listen to entertaining audio commentary in more than 15 languages. See all that Amsterdam has to offer from a great vantage point and soak in the aesthetic beauty of the impressive architecture that you see on both shores.


  • Fast track admission for Red Light Secrets
  • Audio guide in 5 languages with 12 stories by prostitute Inga
  • A one-hour boat trip on the UNESCO Heritage canal ring of Amsterdam
  • Audio guide in several languages onboard
  • Free WiFi at both attractions


  • Meals 
  • Gratuities

Please note

Voucher Information: Show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices (if you'd rather print a copy - that's fine too!)

So there’s no last-minute rush please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes early.

Timings are subject to change.

Pets allowed: No

The canal cruise is wheelchair accessible. However, the wheelchair/stroller can't be taken on board. It can be safely placed on the quayside.

For the current opening hours see the website of Red Light Secrets. The minimum age for entry is 16 years. 

The museum isn't wheelchair accessible.

Customer Reviews

  • Ingram Jr
    Exciting experience!!

    This is my second trip to Amsterdam and even though it was shorter than my first, I had more fun on this trip,one of the reasons being the red light secret tour of the museum of...

    United Kingdom 03/21/2017

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