Beurs van Berlage
The Beurs van Berlage, former Stock Exchange of Amsterdam (1898-1903), by architect H.P. Berlage is nowadays known as one of the city’s most prestigious venues for conferences, meetings, receptions and dinners. It is also known for its exhibitions on design and architecture. The building is considered the start of modern architecture in the Netherlands. It’s brick-architecture is typically Dutch and offers an amazing atmosphere in which early 20th century-functionalist details are combined with a romanesque splendor. The Beurs van Berlage Café is open every day from 10am to 6pm and boasts a lovely Art Nouveau interior.
Climb the tower of the Beurs van Berlage!
The Beurs van Berlage opens her tower for the public from April 7, 2012. The distinctive tower is 40 metres high and provides the visitor with a magnificent view at the historic city centre of Amsterdam (UNESCO- world heritage).
Every Saturday and Sunday, from 11am to 4pm a guided tour leaves to the top. Entree € 3,50 per person. The tower is unfortunately not accessible for the disabled and children younger than 5 years. Reservation not possible.
Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 264
T +31 (0)20-4285219