Hotel Amsterdam Centre

Category - Theatres

Royal Theatre Carré

The most prestigious theatre in the Netherlands is Royal Theatre Carré. The current building is located on the Amstel river and was opened in 1887. Initially it was only used for circus performances but from 1893 it was...

Cinema Tuschinski

The most famous cinema in Amsterdam and even the Netherlands is located on the Reguliersbreestraat. The cinema was opened in 1921 and is built in a specular mix of styles, namely Amsterdam School, art nouveau and art...

National Opera en Ballet

The National Opera and Ballet on the Amstel river is the most important theatre for opera and ballet in the Netherlands. The theatre is home to The Dutch Opera, the National Ballet and the Holland Symphonia. This...

Royal Concertgebouw

The Concertgebouw at the Museumplein is world-class, with a history dating back to 1888. The building is located near the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum. It’s the home of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, a world...

Theatre Stadsschouwburg

Theatre Stadsschouwburg on the Leidseplein has been home to the theatre since 1896. It was the most important theatre in Amsterdam for a long period. This has changed with the arrival of new buildings in the past...

Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ

The hypermodern Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ is a concert hall. The focus is on contemporary music and the related genres of classical, jazz, electronic pop music and world music. The building was opened by Queen Beatrix in...

Paradiso

Paradiso is best known as a music location where many famous names have occurred, especially in the pop music genre. Coldplay, Prince, Pink Floyd and U2 are just a few examples. Paradiso is located in a former...

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