Since April 4 there is a new Museum in Amsterdam the EYE Filminstitute Netherlands, a Dutch centre for film culture and heritage. It is situated along the northern bank of the River IJ and designed by Viennese architects Delugan Meissl. In the press it was announced that a spaceship had landed, others see a bird in it.
It was Museumweekend and the entrance was free so we decided to have a look and went by ferry to the other side.
It was the "hot spot" of Amsterdam as there were so many people, this is the main entrance with a cafe/restaurant. There are three cinemas inside and an exhibition centre, we only went for the exhibition with short fragments of old movies.
It was a very icy day 9 degrees C (48.2 F) with strong winds, so the terrace was not so inviting.
The children enjoyed themselves with gliding from the tiles at the entrance. Can you see the black stripes they made with their shoes on the brand-new building? Parents just stood there, watched their brood and warned them to be carefull..... I really don't understand this.