- See the cool UNESCO-listed canal belt from a whole new perspective! The view stretches over 20km in all directions
- Learn more about Amsterdam's history and culture at the state-of-the-art interactive Amsterdam exhibition
- Take your sightseeing to the next level with premium perks like line skipping privileges, two complimentary drinks and riding the swing
Get a taste of the 'high' life with the A'DAM LOOKOUT Premium Experience! Sip on complimentary drinks as you soak in 360° views of Amsterdam and learn the city's history and culture in the state-of-the-art interactive exhibition. And yes, you can also give that crazy swing a go!
Ride the free ferry across the IJ waterway and head to Amsterdam's only publicly-accessible observation deck, right on top of the 20-story A'DAM Toren. Those with vertigo need not apply!
You'll be treated like Dutch royalty as you skip the ticket line, pose for your photo, then shoot up 20 floors in 22 seconds in the custom elevator, surrounded by sound and light effects.
Grab one of your two complimentary drinks (wine, beer, soda, even coffee if you like) and explore two jaw-dropping floors - the 360° indoor panorama deck, and the 360° open-air sky deck above.
Buckle into 'Over the Edge', Europe's highest swing on and dangle 100 meters high over Amsterdam, back and forth, you guessed it, over the edge. Scaredy-cats need not apply.
- Access to the LOOKOUT
- Access to the swing
- Two drinks (beer, wine, soda, coffee or tea)
- A free souvenir
Show your smartphone ticket to the staff on the first floor.
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
You can reach the A'DAM LOOKOUT by taking the free ferry (Buiksloterweg) from behind Central Station, followed by a 5-minute walk to the left, along the IJ.
I purchased the premium tickets - drinks are only house options but the wine was ok.
Also ticket states that you receive a free gift i.e. a photo but this is actually just a downloadable one which was a shame but not a problem!
If you don't fear the high places I highly recommend it.
Plus, I think we didn't have any limit in our stay, so you can chill upstairs, and watch the whole city and it's lights, far behind the IJ too.