Muziekgebouw is located in the heart of Amsterdam, near the Central Station.
The venue offers a beautiful view of the river “IJ” and is easily accessible by car and public transport.
The place to be
Piet Heinkade 1, 1019 BR Amsterdam
Doors open: 08h30
Start programme: 09h00
Lunch: 12h30 – 13h45
Closing drink: 17h15 – 18h15
Train: If you’re arriving by train, you can get off at Amsterdam Centraal Station and then take a tram or metro to the Muziekgebouw. Various tram and metro lines serve this area.
Tram: You can take tram line 26 from Amsterdam Centraal and get off at the stop Muziekgebouw. Muziekgebouw is within walking distance from this stop.
Metro: You can take metro lines 51, 53, or 54 from Amsterdam Centraal Station and disembark at Amsterdam Houthavens metro station. From there, it’s about a 10-minute walk to the Muziekgebouw.
Walking: Muziekgebouw is within walking distance from Amsterdam Centraal Station, but it may take some time depending on your exact location and mobility. It’s approximately a 20-25 minute walk.
Car: If you’re coming by car, it’s best to navigate to the address Piet Heinkade 1, 1019 BR Amsterdam. Please note that parking in the center of Amsterdam is often limited, and you may need to use nearby parking garages.
Bicycle: Amsterdam is known as a bike-friendly city. If you have a bicycle, you can use it to reach Muziekgebouw. There are often bike racks available in the area.
On Foot: If you’re in the vicinity or staying nearby, you might consider walking to the Muziekgebouw, especially if the weather is favorable.