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The combination Rijksmuseum and the Hop On Hop Off bus was a good value. The Museum was wonderful and we could have spent all day there. We rode the entire Hop On Hop Off circuit and saw a lot of the Amsterdam area.
I booked the Amsterdam hop on hop off bus and Rijksmuseum combo on line. When we found the office in Amsterdam to verify our tickets, we also took up a discounted canal tour offer and used that first, giving us a comprehensive oversight of the city structure and history. The bus was first used in the evening, and when we visited the museum the following morning, our ticket was rejected, requiring joining the ticket queue and a phone call to the company to enable the issue of museum tickets that would let us in. I think this happened because the museum ticket is meant to be used on the same day as the bus. Although the issued map shows the numbered stops on the circuit and was excellent for finding our way around the city, we found no markers on the street to show where the bus stops. To be sure of catching the next bus, we walked from the museum back to the Heineken brewery, which we knew was definitely a bus stop. Near Anne Frank house we found a boat and bus stop that was well labeled, but closed for winter months. We then found the closest hop on hop off kiosk , we're directed to the nearby office in the next street where the bus stops, and there were told that the next bus was due within minutes. It arrived on cue and we were on our way again. Buses are predictably regular. The commentaries and music on boat and bus were excellent and the top story of the bus gave us the best possible overview of life in Amsterdam.