National Museum Muiderslot in Muiden (Herengracht 1) has been showing hospitality to visitors for almost 125 years. This wonderful medieval castle was originally built by Count Floris V around 1280 AD. Furniture, household objects and paintings in the castle tell the story of life in the castle during the Netherlands' Golden Age when the writer P.C. Hooft inhabited the castle.
Take a boat trip to the island of Pampus on board the sailing clipper "Twee Broeders". Departures from Amsterdam or the fortified town of Muiden, established in 1050. The "Twee Broeders" was built in 1900 and can carry 50 people.