This summer, there's always something to do for children in Eye Filmmuseum. From a special family film to an interactive video tour, and there's a free puzzle tour! Are you coming too?
Summer holidays in Eye
Are you looking for a fun day out with the children or grandchildren in Amsterdam during the summer vacation? Visit Eye for the best family films, interactive tours and much more!
still from Knor (Mascha Halberstad, NL/BE 2022)
Taartrovers Film Festival
In the first week of the summer holidays, from Saturday 16 July to Friday 22 July, the Taartrovers Film Festival will come to Eye for a week full of fun and wonder.
Grachtenfestival: Small World
Enjoy a scintillating animation featuring live music from up-and-coming composer Camiel Jansen, performed by the renowned Asko | Schönberg Ensemble led by Clark Rundell. Small World is a family screening as part of the Grachtenfestival in collaboration with Eye.
Babs had really wanted a dog but her grandpa, who flies over from America specially for her ninth birthday, gives her a pig: Knor. Whereas for Babs it’s love at first sight, her parents are less than impressed. During a merry round dance in the living room, Knor poos all over the place. Time for puppy training!
You can see the best children's films on Eye's four screens: every Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday and daily during the school holidays.
Video tour Eye Walk (7+)
Take a thirty-minute video walk through the museum building with a tablet as your guide. Find out what makes a film exciting and how filmmakers play tricks on you.
Puzzle Tour Eye Explore More (7+)
This puzzle tour roams all through the museum building and is full of optical illusions, tasks and puzzles. Free during the May holidays!
Tell us what you think!
Are you planning to visit Eye? Sign up in advance as a Museum Inspector at Museumkids (in Dutch). After your visit, you can tell us what you think about your visit. You can earn badges and win great prizes. We will also use your tips to make Eye an even better experience for children.Sign up straight away at Museumkids.nl