Souvenir and Gift Shops

unique travel gifts you can buy in Amsterdam

If you wish to purchase some more original and valuable souvenirs you should visit one of the shops below.

souvenir and gift ideas

genever

Slijterij De Ooievaar

Geneva and liquor store selling 15+ genevas and 60+ liqueurs from the only remaining distiller in town.

Driehoekstraat 10 / Jordaan

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Mark Raven Art Home

Affordable artwork (sketches, drawings and etchings) and prints (t-shirts, posters) related to Amsterdam

Nieuwezds Voorburgwal 174 / Dam

vanwely

Huize van Wely

Beethovenstraat 72 / Oud-Zuid
Gelderlandpln 173 / Buitenveldert

bijenkorf

Holland's most famous department store

Dam 1 / Dam

mokumsgoed

Mokumsgoed

Amsterdam branded hoodies, sweaters, shirts and bags

online shop

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Blond-Amsterdam

All types of 'themed' tableware, home and living products, bags, school supplies, bed linen, and more.

Gerard Doustraat 69 / De Pijp

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Typical Dutch

Original copies of Amsterdam canal side houses, AJAX articles, tulip bulbs, Delft Blue vases and candleholders, T-shirts, large and small clogs, bags, hats and caps.

Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 182 / Dam, Magna Plaza ground floor

hajenius

P.G.C. Hajenius

The 'old master' of Dutch cigar stores since 1826, housed in a stunning Art Déco building on Rokin Street.

Rokin 96 / Spui

kok

Antiquariaat Kok

Antiquarian and secondhand bookstore since 1946

Oude Hoogstr. 14-18 / Nieuwmarkt

moco

Pink Cracked Bear

By artist Daniel Arsham - a sculpture made of fabric, plaster, and pigment.

sold exclusively in the Moco Museum Shop
lanskroon

Bakery shop Lanskroon

Famous for its delicious king-size honey syrup waffles

Singel 385 / Spui

rituals

The Amsterdam Collection

Takes you back to the Golden Age, when Asia first influenced the lives of Amsterdam locals.


kok

Souvenirs from Souvenir Stands

On Damrak, Damstraat, Nieuwendijk, Bloemensingel (Flower Market), around Rembrandtplein and Leidseplein are plenty of cheap, cliché souvenir shops where you can buy everything from fridge magnets, key rings, hats and caps in Dutch or Amsterdam colours to cannabis souvenirs and seeds.