An immersive museum is a type of museum that offers visitors a highly engaging and interactive experience through the use of technology, multimedia, and various sensory elements.
The design of immersive museums focuses on creating a multisensory experience, stimulating sight, hearing, touch, and sometimes even smell and taste.
Immersive museums often utilize virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), projections, audiovisual displays, and interactive installations to enhance the visitor’s experience.
At RTXP Amsterdam, 50 of the most famous paintings in history have been recreated by today’s artists. The works are hung in chronological order so that you walk through the evolution of painting, seeing how styles and approaches to painting morphed and informed one another dialectically over time.
The journey begins at Hieronymus Bosch’s world-famous medieval triptych, The Garden of Earthly Delights, and continues into the Renaissance via the Mona Lisa towards the 17th century with Rembrandt. From there, you’ll proceed to examples of 19th-century Romantic paintings, 20th-century Impressionism and Expressionism, and then to the Modern Art of Mondrian, Picasso, and more.
The Moco Museum is a contemporary art museum on Museumplein, near other prominent cultural institutions like the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum. “Moco” stands for Modern Contemporary, indicating the focus of the museum on modern and contemporary art.
The Moco Museum is known for its vibrant and dynamic exhibitions, showcasing works by artists such as Banksy, Andy Warhol, and Salvador Dalí, among others. The collection primarily consists of street art, pop art, and modern art, with a particular emphasis on urban and subversive styles.
The museum has become a notable attraction for art enthusiasts, tourists, and locals seeking a unique and engaging art experience in Amsterdam.
The Upside Down
The Upside Down is part museum, part nightclub, part psychedelic trip to a whole new dimension – there’s nothing else like it!
Forget what you think you know and let your cameras help you distort reality. Immerse yourself in modern art, dive into a giant ball pit, enter an infinite world below sea level and… let’s keep the rest a surprise.
It is a facility where you can take pictures and videos that look good on SNS such as Instagram and Tik Tok, and it feels like a way of playing that fits with the times.
Vincent Meets Rembrandt
Vincent meets Rembrandt is a mesmerizing experience where you can get to know the works of famous Dutch painters Van Gogh and Rembrandt in 360-degree projection mapping.
Here you can see a projection mapping show that is projected onto a canvas inside the church.
The Nxt Museum has a range of interactive installations and exhibitions that incorporate cutting-edge technologies such as virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), artificial intelligence (AI), and robotics.
This museum focuses on themes such as human perception, the impact of technology on society, and the future of art and culture.
Visitors to Nxt Museum can expect to encounter thought-provoking installations, digital artworks, and interactive experiences that challenge their perceptions and offer unique perspectives on the world around us.
STRAAT museum is a street art and graffiti museum for everyone, made possible by a dedicated team of enthusiasts.
STRAAT resides in an 8000 m2 former warehouse on the NDSM wharf, both a national monument and the biggest outdoor playground for street art and graffiti in Amsterdam. The artworks were created on-site and most of these mind blowing visual experiences are as big as outdoor walls.
Fabrique des Lumières
The Fabrique des Lumières showcases immersive exhibitions where artworks are projected onto the walls, ceilings, and floors, creating an all-encompassing and mesmerizing experience.
Surround yourself with lifelike projections of your favorite artistic masterpieces on walls up to 17-meters high. With the use of advanced light, video, and sound technology, you’ll feel like you’re living in a painting.
In 2023, the Dali and Gaudi exhibition is currently being held.
In 2021, AMAZE opened its doors on Amsterdam’s Elementenstraat.
Explore a 3,000-square-meter labyrinth located in the city’s historic West Port district. This hip industrial area was once notorious for its underground rave scene, now it’s a creative hub and the home of AMAZE.
Wander starry-eyed through seven different stages, each providing a unique and dazzling show. Be enveloped by lasers, beats, lights, smoke, new media art, stunning visuals, and mesmerising electronic melodies.