Go Amsterdam All-Inclusive Pass

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The Go Amsterdam Pass is an all-inclusive multi-attraction pass valid for 1, 2, 3, or 5 days that covers your admission to over 20 of Amsterdam’s most popular attractions. From guided tours to river cruises, famous gardens to ancient castles, the Go Amsterdam All-Inclusive Pass is your ticket to a diverse array of enjoyable attractions. Savor the natural splendor of Amsterdam’s legendary tulips with a guided tour of Keukenhof, the world’s largest flower garden. Explore the remarkable history of Castle Muiderslot, a UNESCO World Heritage site that dates back to the 13th Century. Bask in the behind-the-scenes magic of Johan Cruyff Stadium, iconic home of AFC Ajax. No matter what you’re most interested in, Amsterdam has something that’s perfect for you.

Top Included Amsterdam Attractions

  • Amsterdam Castle Muiderslot
  • 100 Highlights Cruise
  • Keukenhof Bus Excursion
  • Amsterdam Tulip Museum
  • Johan Cruyff Stadium Tour
  • Houseboat Museum
  • Rotterdam, Delft & The Hague Live Guided Tour

See the complete list of available attractions and tours in the sidebar, divided by type of activity.

How the Go Amsterdam All-Inclusive Pass Works

The Go Amsterdam Pass is a single travel pass granting you admission to over 20 of Amsterdam’s most popular attractions, all at a single, low price. With your Go Amsterdam Pass in hand, you won’t need to pay anything out of pocket at the door. All you’ll have to do is present your pass, get it scanned, and start sightseeing!

You can purchase your Go Amsterdam Pass as a 1-day, 2-day, 3-day, or 5-day pass. For as long as your pass is valid, you can then visit as many attractions as you want.

The Go Amsterdam Pass is designed to work best with the Go City app, which is free and can be downloaded directly to your smartphone. However, if you’d prefer a paper copy of your pass, you may print one out and present that for admission at attractions, too.

Your Go Amsterdam Pass is activated as soon as you scan it at your first attraction. Your pass must be used on consecutive days.

What’s Good on a Go Amsterdam Pass

The Go Amsterdam Pass is all about flexibility and convenience. Given the variety in duration of passes available, the Go Amsterdam Pass works whether you’re planning a week-long adventure or only have an afternoon to spend in the city.

Plus, once you buy your Go Amsterdam Pass, you have 2 full years to activate it. This means you can purchase the pass whenever it’s right for you—say, if and when you find it on sale—and then use it as you see fit in the future.

As a digital product, the Go Amsterdam Pass couldn’t be easier to use. You don’t need to carry anything with you, or keep track of multiple tickets to multiple venues. All you’ll need is your smartphone.

The Go Amsterdam Pass also comes with the peace of mind of a 90-day cancellation policy. If for any reason your plans change within 90 days of purchasing a pass, you may return your unactivated Go Amsterdam Pass for a full refund.

What Could Get Better?

You won’t be able to upgrade your Go Amsterdam Pass after your purchase it. This means that if you buy a 2-day Go Amsterdam Pass only to realize that you need more time to fit in everything you want to see and do with your pass, you won’t be able to add another day to your existing pass.

The Go Amsterdam Pass features an impressive list of available attractions, but it’s important to note that this list of attractions is ever-changing. Sometimes this can be a positive thing, when an attraction you’re interested in visiting suddenly gets added to the pass. However, it can also sometimes be the case that an attraction you want to use your pass to visit gets dropped. This can, of course, be disappointing, and is something to monitor.

You’ll have the chance to visit a number of wonderful museums when using your Go Amsterdam Pass, and it’ll cover the cost of your general admission to these great institutions. However, if you encounter any special exhibits of note at these attractions, it’s more than likely that you’ll have to pay out of pocket to experience them. This won’t always be the case, but it’s something to keep in mind as you plan your outing.

Get Your Money’s Worth with a Go Amsterdam Pass

The key to maximizing your savings when using a Go Amsterdam Pass is to visit as many attractions as possible over the duration of your pass. You can calculate your potential savings by figuring the combined price of admission for the attractions you plan to visit, and subtracting from that number the cost of your Go Amsterdam Pass. Depending on the design of your itinerary, it’s likely to be a substantial amount.

Try and make a point to start each of your days in Amsterdam as early in the morning as possible, as this will help you maximize the number of attractions you can see while using your pass. Likewise, when you activate your Go Amsterdam Pass, make certain to do so first thing in the morning. It doesn’t matter if you activate your pass near an attraction’s closing time, you’ll still be burning a full day of your pass.

Finally, when using your Go Amsterdam Pass always prioritize the attractions with the most expensive admission prices. Then, if you run out of time on your pass and still want to see or do more, you can pay for admission out of pocket only at the attractions with the cheapest admission costs.

Go Amsterdam Pass Insider Tips

Keukenhof is one of Amsterdam’s most beloved attractions, a sure can’t-miss for any visitor. The bus excursion to Keukenhof offered as part of your Go Amsterdam Pass, though, while a terrific tour, is only available between the months of March and May.

Likewise, there are several other well-regarded bus tours available through your Go Amsterdam Pass. These include the Volendam, Edam & Windmills bus excursion, the Zaanse Schans bus excursion, the Cheese Market bus excursion to Alkmaar, and the aforementioned Keukenhof tour. With a 1, 2, or 3-day pass, you’ll be able to go on 1 of these tours. With a 5-day pass, you’ll be able to pick 2 of these tours.

Reservations are either required or suggested at numerous Amsterdam attractions. These include the guided bus excursions, the Rotterdam, Delft & The Hague Live Guided Tour, Johan Cruyff Stadium, and more. When using your Go Amsterdam Pass at these sites, you won’t have to pay anything additional—but you might need to provide credit card information to book your spot. This is to just to validate your reservation.

Where to Buy a Go Amsterdam Pass

The Go Amsterdam Pass is available online or over the phone directly from Go City.