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Foam is a leading photography museum in the heart of Amsterdam, exhibiting all facets of photography. Discover the current exhibitions programme, learn about our award-winning magazine or browse the shop with limited edition prints, magazines and photobooks.
Foam is operating with a cash-free policy. To visit Foam, the bookshop or Foam Café, we ask you to please pay by card or pre-order your (event)ticket online.
|Foam Fan, Foam Family, Club Foam, Foam Fund||free|
|CJP, pupils||€ 4,25|
|Museumkaart, I Amsterdam Card, Holland Pass, Stadspas, ICOM, BankGiro Loterij VIP Card||
|Children 12 and under||free|
|Activity book for kids: FotoBaas||€ 3,50|
ATTENTION: Due to changing exhibitions, reduced admission prices (-50%) apply from 12 March until 19 March. See the current exhibitions programme here.
Occasionally Foam organises events and lectures, so certain exhibitions might not be accessible. Before you visit, please check the programme.
If you travel by car, the best place to park is Apcoa Parking (Prins & Keizer).
Foam Café is situated on the ground floor of Foam's Keizersgracht building. It's a lovely place to enjoy a healthy breakfast, tasty lunch or homemade cake. You can take a seat and relax after your visit at Foam or reserve a table.
Our monumental building is not fully wheelchair-accessible. Be sure to contact us before your visit so we can discuss the possibilities together. Visitors who are unable to navigate their way through the museum independently are permitted to bring a companion with them for free.
Foam offers dynamic group activities for all ages, from tours focused on content to challenging workshops. All our programmes revolve around the museum's exhibitions, with a focus on looking closely at the photography. Due to the often-changing exhibitions, there is something new to see almost every month.
Foam is supported by the BankGiro Loterij, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, City of Amsterdam, Foam Members, Olympus and the VandenEnde Foundation.