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But the red-light district is also fascinating for its mix of art venues and unusual museums that can be enjoyed by everyone. There is indeed no shortage of places where you can get an adult beverage with some adult entertainment. But limit your drinking to designated areas, i. Public intoxication is also not tolerated even beer bikes are banned , and you could face legal action for disorderly conduct. You will get caught.
The first is the Oude Kerk old church. Inside, you can learn about the history of the church and catch a classical music concert or check out a contemporary art exhibition. Built in in a beautifully furnished canal house that once belonged to a wealthy inhabitant of the city, Our Lord in the Attic is, indeed, in the attic. It was built as a clandestine church — celebrating mass in public was forbidden in 17th-century Amsterdam — and today is a museum dedicated to tolerance and religious freedom.
Many residents of the red-light district complain that the tourists treat the area like a theme park. The RLD is a neighborhood of Amsterdam where people live, work, and go about their daily lives. Cannabis is illegal in Amsterdam. Above that volume, however, all bets are off. If you want to find out what is behind the windows of the shops in the RDL without visiting one yourself, check out the Red Light Secrets Museum of Prostitution.
Located in a former brothel in a 17th-century canal house, the museum is a window into the lives of the sex workers in De Wallen. Inside, you can walk through replicas of the rooms where the sex workers meet their clients, listen to interviews of the women and men who work in the RLD, and even sit in the window yourself.
Instead, hop one street over for some of the best Asian food in the Netherlands. While not located in the RLD, Zeedijk street is directly adjacent to it.