Heineken Experience tickets and tours
How did Heineken become one of the world’s most popular beers? The company has a long history, but here are a few of the highlights of its evolution.I...
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The Heineken Experience is a thrilling self-guided interactive tour on which you will discover all the secrets of beer making and learn abou...
Take advantage of this combination ticket that includes a one-hour canal cruise along the city's most famous canals and an entrance ticket t...
Tour the former brewery of Heineken like a VIP!During this small group tour you'll discover the old brewery and get the chance to enjoy a pr...
2 hours, 30 minutes
Holland Pass will be your personal passport to one of the most picturesque regions in Europe. It grants you free admissions and discounts fo...
4 weeks, 2 days
Take advantage of the combo ticket which allows you to discover Amsterdam on a hop-on hop-off bus tour and visit the famous Heineken Experie...
Book your one-hour canal cruise in Amsterdam with Musement to admire the UNESCO-protected canal district and learn about the city's amazing sights and history.
Get your tickets for the Van Gogh Museum, a must-see attraction in Amsterdam. Save time with skip-the-line tickets to see the world-famous works by Vincent van Gogh.
Enjoy a romantic canal cruise of Amsterdam with wine and cheese and admire the cozily lit canals at night. Relax while gliding through the UNESCO Heritage site.
Get your Rijksmuseum fast-track entrance ticket with Musement and discover Rembrandt, Vermeer, Frans Hals paintings as well as the costume exhibitions.
How did Heineken become one of the world’s most popular beers? The company has a long history, but here are a few of the highlights of its evolution.
In 1869, Gerard Heineken switched from traditional top fermentation to the Bavarian method of bottom fermentation, producing a clearer, purer beer that kept longer. The new beer was celebrated for its quality and called 'Gentleman's Beer' rather than 'Workman's Ale'. By 1875, the beer had won a gold medal at the International Exposition in Paris.