Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Skip the Line: Amsterdam and Holland Pass submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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Travelex personnel were extremely helpful in Amsterdam and we had a great trip. We visited the zoo (opposite our hotel) and the Resistance Museum. The tram ticket part of the offer was extremely useful. Well done Viator!Reviewed by: Gary W, November 2013
It's worth it if you plan to stay a while and visit a lot of museums and must sees in amsterdam but there wasn't really a line to skip there was one that needs a skip the line privilege and that is Ann Frank House but it's not included in this pass or any other pass the line there is longReviewed by: JOMAR, December 2013
Useful to avoid lines at museum.Reviewed by: A W. H, October 2013
Be aware that the two free entrance tokens that come with this pass are not interchangeable - one is valid for almost all museums, the other only for smaller museums and attractions. The combined price of two admissions and a 24 hour public transport ticket is only marginally greater than the cost of the pass, so the pass is really only good value if you intend to visit multiple attractions and use the pass to obtain discounts. The other benefit adverised for the pass - preferential admission (skip the line) did not materialise at the museums/attractions that I visited. For example, at the Rijksmuseum it is still necessary to join a lengthy queue to enter and another to exchange your token for an admission ticket.Reviewed by: Anthony H, United Kingdom, November 2013
We planned to go to the dungeons and Van Gogh museum when we arrived at the dungeons there was a queue we showed our discount cards but were told that we still had to queue was very disappointed we then went to the museum but had to pay as could not use pass!!! Also the pass did not work on the tramReviewed by: Natalie K, October 2013