The Museum Van Loon is a house-Museum of Amsterdam, situated in a residence of the seventeenth century, the number 672 at Keizersgracht belonged there's a time to the powerful family of merchants of Van Loon. The Museum offers a vision of the life of a wealthy family of Amsterdam of the nineteenth-Century: the interiors are beautified with elegant furniture, family portraits, sculptures, ceramics (including the famous ceramics of Delft) and celebrating the painter and the gardening Music. Between the paintings are the so-called witjes, tables illusions created by Jacob de Wit (hence the name), and the painting the four ages of life and the five senses of J. Molenaar.
Between the rooms of interest, there is the so-called "painted room", whose walls are covered with a screen that portrays a imaginary Italian landscape, with ruins and ships.
Interior is also a railing of a ladder on which are engraved the initials of two residents of the house, Abraham Van Hagen and his wife Catherine Elisabbeta Trip.