Amsterdam Tulip Museum - Amsterdam
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At the Amsterdam Tulip Museum located on the west canal belt, a short walk from the Anne Frank House, you can experience the history of the Tulip, the flower that everyone associates with the Netherlands along with clogs and cheese. The Amsterdam Tulip Museum will inform you of where the tulip originated, which might surprise a few people and the lives that the tulip affected in its development over the years including the famed tulip mania and the financial collapse it along brought with it. At the end of your visit to the Tulip Museum there is an interesting film about the Dutch tulip fields and tulip farms. If you buy some tulip bulbs they will have them sent back for you. You can also buy books, souvenirs and even gardening tools.
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