Eye Filmmuseum is temporarily closed

As a result of the measures to combat the coronavirus, Eye Filmmuseum is temporarily closed. Terrace Eye Bar Restaurant and Eye Shop are open.

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As a result of the measures to combat the coronavirus, Eye Filmmuseum is temporarily closed. Hopefully, we'll be able to open our doors again soon! Until then, you can enjoy movies from the Eye collection at home via the Eye Film Player. In special cases, Eye is available for live streams, recordings and test screenings. Contact the Events department to see what the options are. Eye Bar Restaurant is partly open and also delivers at home, from special 'borrelbags' with a film voucher to three-course dinners. Our Eye Shop is also open Monday through Friday.

Eye Filmmuseum seen from across the river Eye
© Denis Guzzo

Our striking, white museum building is located on the northern bank of the river IJ, opposite Amsterdam Central Station. Visit the exhibition, the permanent presentation, a film screening, the museum shop or our bar-restaurant with its beautiful panoramic view. A large part of our film collection is stored in our collection centre, which is also home to the Eye Study and a short walk from our museum.

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