10. There's a house built around a tree in Zeeburg
The whole Scheepstimmermanstraat is worth an architectural stroll, but the highlight is No. 120, where architect Koen van Velsen designed and built a glass-roofed house around a huge acacia tree.
11. You can find a distillery and tasting room in an old mill deep into Flevopark
Distilleerderij 't Nieuwe Diep offers scenic libations every Tues-Sun from 3-8pm ('til 6pm in the colder months). Only reachable by foot or bike, the former mill sits between two pretty patches of water, with a terrace and gardens that would make a hobbit jealous -- plus plenty of beers and delicious boozes (jenever and liqueur). Come Fridays at 4pm for a free guided tour of the distillery.
12. Also in Flevopark: the largest Jewish cemetery in Western Europe
For your friends who are so over the Anne Frank House, it's an overgrown tumble of headstones covering about 100,000 bodies and the area of six football fields.