There are also plenty of free opportunities for play – practically all of the city’s parks and most patches of greenery have some form of a playground, and the recreation area in the Vondelpark is heaven for kids and parents alike.
You’ll find most places pretty child-friendly; the majority of restaurants have highchairs and kids’ menus, and bars don’t seem to mind accompanying kids, as long as they’re well-behaved. Indeed, having a small child in your care is unlikely to close many doors to you in Amsterdam.
Wondering where to start? Here are our tips for the best things to do with kids from the new Rough Guide to Amsterdam.
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