Badass Women Storytelling Walk

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Badass Tours takes you to special sites in historic Amsterdam to tell stories of individual women who fought, wrote, calculated, and led to chart their course through Amsterdam’s This chaotic and complicated past.

This storytelling walk is about two hours through the city center, from Central Station to the medieval wall at Munttoren.

Hightlights include:
  • The Royal Palace and the Stadhouder’s wife who overplayed her hand
  • The first stock market and the first Black woman in the Americas to become a millionaire
  • The Begijnhof and the Countess who fought for independence for women and merchants, only to see them turn against her
  • The flower market and the painter who capitalized on the tulip craze

Meeting Point

Prins Hendrikkade 48, the terrace outside of Pancakes Amsterdam
This was such a great tour. The history of amsterdam comes alive with the stories she tells about specific people. A unique way (and more entertaining !!!) to learn and explore the city. Highly recommend.
This was a great walking tour. Elyzabeth knew her topic well and shared really interesting stories about women who influenced Amsterdam. Highly recommended for men and women. My 24 year old son also enjoyed the tour.

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