Indoor activities in Amsterdam

Indoor activities in Amsterdam

Activities in Amsterdam for a rainy day

The Netherlands and rain… What can we say about it. Although many people stay at home when it rains, there are many fun indoor activities to do in Amsterdam. So here are some tips for a rainy day in Amsterdam. Enjoy!

Bowling in Amsterdam

You can go bowling for an hour on a rainy day or if you just want to be sporty. This is often combined with a snack and a drink! There are a number of places where you can go bowling in Amsterdam.


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The bowling alleys of Powerzone are an experience in themselves. For example, they are the first to introduce white bowling lanes in Amsterdam and the surrounding area with special LED lighting that guarantees fantastic color effects. All tracks can change to all colors of the rainbow combined with special audio and video.


Knijn Bowling and Restaurant in Amsterdam consists of an attractive restaurant and a cozy bowling center. The restaurant has an extensive range of grill menus, buffets and wines. Great for after or in between bowling.


Race Planet is the perfect place when it comes to indoor activities in Amsterdam. In Amsterdam, in addition to a bowling alley, there is also a go-kart track and you can play laser games.


With ten bowling lanes, a spacious bar, a large bowling lounge and ample parking space in front of the door, Borchland is the place to be. Bowling is and remains a fun outing for young and old.

Lasegamen & Karting in Amsterdam


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Indoor laser gaming at Silverstone near Amsterdam is a true spectacle. It is 15 minutes of pure action and sensation, in a team or solo! So challenge your friends, family or colleagues to a spectacular laser battle and experience the most unique laser sensation ever. Silverstone also has one of the fastest indoor go-kart tracks in the Netherlands. In addition, the karting circuit consists of many spectacular turns and it is no less than 552 meters long. With free parking.

Laser Tag

At Laser Tag Amsterdam you can park for free and enjoy a snack and / or drink. In the large Arena of 900 m2 you can play Laser Tag with 6 to more than 20 people at the same time. Laser Tag has 1 self-built Laser Tag Arena.

Other activities


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The TonTon Club

Playing a day of games, from arcade games to air hockey or an old-fashioned game of Jenga. It is all possible at the TonTon Club and you can also enjoy very tasty food and drinks. The perfect combination for a rainy day, because it’s all inside! And they have multiple locations.

Jumpsquare Amsterdam

The ultimate combination of sport, fun & cosiness in a trendy, industrial setting. That is Jumpsquare. The park offers: Fun Area, High Performance Area, Big Airbag, Trefbal Area, Basketball Area and Foampit with Slackline! Trampoline jumping at Jumpsquare is for everyone from the age of 7.

Amsterdam City Challenge

Amsterdam City Challenge is an iPad guided city game in Amsterdam with 7 exciting challenges on the most beautiful locations of the city center. Thanks to the use of techniques like gps, object recognition, ar and vr, this city game combines the real- with the virtual world. The perfect activity if you are looking for something fun, adventurous and competitive.

Fun Forest

Are you looking for the unique nature experience just outside our always busy capital Amsterdam? Then go climbing in Fun Forest! Here you can enjoy a wonderful day, without having to worry about daily life.

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Alison Bakker

Hello, I’m Alison and I love my city. I’ve always believed Amsterdam has so much more to offer than what the guidebooks tell you. But as a visitor, it’s all too easy to get caught up in the highlights and miss out on having an authentic Amsterdam experience. That’s why I’m passionate about showing you my city from a truly local perspective.

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