Buy your ticket in advance online and you can be sure to have a spot. The festival begins December 01 2022 and lasts until January 22 2023. Free tip: If you buy now you get Early Bird discount.
Spectacular boat tours for all ages
An unforgettable experience for young and old. Your evening starts on our nicely decorated jetty. This will get you right into the winter mood. Step onto our canal boats which sails past all the works of art while the audio guide tells you the story behind the work.
Late Night Cruise
This year we also offering a special Late Night Cruise. Experience a heartwarming late night cruise at a special rate. Amsterdam's late night always feels special. With this canal cruise you embrace this elusive phenomenon.
Enoy the light along the route
Board our comfortable and heated boat and experience the festival from the water for this 11 edition of Amsterdam Light Festival. As you gaze through the windows at the enchantingly lit canals, one masterpiece after another passes by. Be amazed by the dazzling installations of light on this 75-minute canal cruise.
Audio guide in 2 languages
During the festival cruise our audio guide will tell you about the impressive artworks along the route. The audio guide is available in the following languages: Dutch and English.
If you want to see the works of art from really close up then book the Amsterdam Light Festival Open Boat Tour.
Partner Amsterdam Light Festival
Stromma Nederland is proud to be one of the founding partners of the festival. The shipping company is at the base of this light spectacle, so we know exactly how you can get the full experience of the festival. By buying a ticket with us, with the other founding partners or with ALF, you also ensure that the festival can take place in our capital city in the years to come.
Are you curious about all the information you need about our festival tours? Then take a look at the frequently asked questions about the festival.
The images in the slideshow are from previous editions. This year, new light sculptures are being shown.