Theater Amsterdam opened its doors on 8 May 2014. The opening coincided with the début performance of the play ANNE, which was attended by King Willem-Alexander. The theatre lies on the IJ river in the Westelijke Houthavens, on the edge of the Amsterdam district of Jordaan. With an auditorium covering 4,200m2, Theater Amsterdam offers a unique opportunity for large scenery and the most up-to-date theatre techniques. The theatre is easily reached by bike, car, public transport and even boat. See below for further details about our stunning location.
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- Green Certificaat
Take the A1/A2/A4 towards Amsterdam. On the A10 (West) take exit S102 (towards Westpoort/Centrum). Then follow Transformatorweg, which runs over the viaduct into Spaarndammerdijk. Take the left hand lane and turn left at the traffic lights, onto Archangelweg. Then straight on, taking the 5th right turn onto the Koivistokade. You will then see the parking garage Minerva Parking on your right, which is a 5 minute walk from Theater Amsterdam.
For timetable for bus 48, see: http://maps.gvb.nl/nl/lijnen/48/dienstregeling
Combination of public transport and walking distance to Theater Amsterdam:
From Amsterdam Central, the buses 48 and 248 (terminus Koivistokade) stop on the corner of Koivistokade/Danzigerbocht. The journey time from Amsterdam CS is about 15 minutes. The departure point for buses 48 and 248 is located on the IJ-side of Amsterdam Central.
Golden Green Key Event Venue
Theater Amsterdam has been awarded the Golden Key Certificate, an international seal of approval for sustainable companies in the recreation and leisure sectors. The theatre does all it can to minimise the burden on nature and the environment. In this context, Theater Amsterdam goes a step further than required by legislation and regulations.
For more information regarding The Golden Green Key Certificate click here.
You can park your car in the parking garage next to the theatre for € 2,50 per half hour (€ 30,- for a whole day) from Monday till Saturday. On Sundays the costs are € 3,- per hour and € 20,- for a whole day. The entrance is located at the crossroads of the Koivistokade/Minervahavenweg (1013AP) in Amsterdam.
- Park your car for € 1,- per 24 hours (starting after 10:00 AM) at P+R Sloterdijk, take bus 22 and leave at bus stop Spaarndammerdijk.
- Park your car for € 1,- per 25 hours (starting after 10:00 AM) at P+R Bos en Lommer, take bus 21 to haarlemmerplein, transfer to bus 22 and leave at bus stop Spaarndammerdijk.
- Par your car for a maximun of € 20,- per 24 hours at Parking Centrum Oosterdok, take bus (2)48 and leave at bus stop Koivistokade.
There are four pleasant, welcoming hotels near Theater Amsterdam. The new and trendy Moxy Hotel on Danzigerkade, the Westcord Art Hotel on the Spaarndammerdijk, the luxury aparthotel Boat & Co on Revaleiland and the Sir Adam hotel located in the Adam tower on Overhoeksplein. For more information and a discount at these hotels, please contact our team.
The theatre offers a number of parking spaces for disabled customers. These parking spaces are only available to holders of a disability parking permit (GPK) and cannot be reserved. Holders of disability parking permits can park in the West district, around Theater Amsterdam, free of charge.
When you are looking for a place to eat before, or after, a show in Theater Amsterdam, there are several good options in the neighbourhood. Pont 13 is a transformed ferry with a sunny outside terrace. The REM Eiland is also a good restaurant which maybe has the best view of Amsterdam! Restaurant Karaat Amsterdam just opened their doors as well. Karaat Amsterdam is here for every occasion. Furthermore, there is a nice pop-up restaurant opening their doors from June 5 2021 until August 9 2021; De Kok en de Maître.
Looking for catering options for large(r) groups? We would love to make a customized catering proposal!
Health and safety is a top priority for our customers, guests and employees. We have taken the correct measurements to achieve this.
Find all the information about the measures that Theater Amsterdam takes here.