Westergasfabriek B.V,

Address: Pazzanistraat 33, 1014 DB Amsterdam

People come to Amsterdam’s Westergasfabriek to meet, work and relax. This beautiful city park, with its historic factory buildings surrounded by expanses of green, also has workplaces, venues for large and small events, and a range of catering, film, theatre and exhibition facilities.

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BIMHUIS

Address: Piet Heinkade 3, 1019 BR Amsterdam

The BIMHUIS is a venue for pioneering musicians of all generations, from both the local and international scene. With over 300 concerts each year, our program offers a comprehensive overview of new developments in jazz, improvised music and many other genres, including world music and electronic music. The BIMHUIS is a founding member of the Europe Jazz Network. The City of Amsterdam supports the BIMHUIS with a long-term subsidy under the terms of its Arts and Culture Memorandum 2017-2020. The BIMHUIS program is supported by the Performing Arts Fund NL.

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Concertgebouw

Address: Concertgebouwplein 10, 1071 LN Amsterdam

It was Bernard Haitink who once praised The Concertgebouw as the best instrument of the orchestra that it houses. That must have been what prominent Amsterdam residents had in mind when they decided in 1881 to gift the capital city with a majestic concert hall. Seven years later, the swampy fields just outside the city limits boasted a wonder of neoclassic architecture, The Concertgebouw. Nowadays, just like the celebrated Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, this fantastic concert hall enjoys worldwide renown.

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De Hallen

Address: Hannie Dankbaarpassage 47, 1053 RT Amsterdam

De Hallen Amsterdam is a centre for media, culture, fashion food, food and crafts. The building where once the first electric trams in Amsterdam were serviced has been granted a new life. In the former tram depot, an official monument built between 1902 and 1928, you now find De Hallen Amsterdam. Right in the middle of the 19th century district Amsterdam West.

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EYE Film Museum

Address: IJpromenade 1, 1031 KT Amsterdam

On 4 April 2012, we opened our new building on the northern bank of the IJ harbour in Amsterdam. The Viennese firm Delugan Meissl Associated Architects drew up a spectacular design for the building, which has been enthusiastically received by the press and public alike.  EYE is the first major cultural institution to make the leap across the IJ. It strives to be the ‘house of film’, a modern museum full of many things to see and do, all of which are related to film. In addition to the exhibitions and film screenings, our building itself is freely accessible every day of the week.

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Melkweg

Address: Lijnbaansgracht 234a, 1017 PH Amsterdam

Melkweg stands for pop culture in the most broad of senses. Each year, hundreds of concerts, club nights, films and music films, theatre performances, expositions and multidisciplinary events together attract almost 474,000 visitors. The venue is located in the only surviving factory building on the Amsterdam canal ring, a former sugar and, later, milk factory. This historical building houses two concert halls, a cinema, a theatre, and an exposition space, which each can be used separately or combined together.

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NDSM

Address: , Amsterdam

The area’s pronounced, open and spatial character makes the wharf attractive for creative experimentation, innovative ambitions and entrepreneurship. It’s a place that appeals to the imagination and encourages to create things that wouldn’t be possible anywhere else. For example, the largest Street Art museum in the world will be located in the Lasloods on wharf (2018). Companies like Hema and Red Bull have also found a unique home base in NDSM. The industrial heritage combined with new creative activity creates an interesting dynamic.

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Paradiso

Address: Weteringschans 6-8, 1017 SG Amsterdam

Paradiso opened its doors in 1968 and in 50 years it has grown into a pop venue, nightclub and cultural palace in one. Paradiso has been providing more than just pop concerts since its foundation, explores the boundaries of (pop) culture and gives room to special initiatives and projects.

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Tropenmuseum

Address: Linnaeusstraat 2, 1092 CK Amsterdam

The is a museum about people, housed in one of the most impressive museum buildings in the Netherlands. From the monumental Great Hall there is a wide view of what the museum has to offer.  The extensive permanent display and regularly changing exhibitions feature objects that all have a story to tell about humankind. Stories about universal human themes like mourning, celebration, ornamentation, prayer, conflict. Visit the Tropenmuseum and discover that, despite cultural differences, we are all essentially the same.

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