The Beurs van Berlage, former Stock Exchange of Amsterdam (1898-1903) by architect H.P. Berlage, is nowadays a prominent center for conferences, meetings and events. The brick architecture is typically Dutch, combining functionalist details with inspiration from Romanesque and Renaissance architecture. In addition to several large conferences, the Beurs van Berlage also holds exhibitions. Bistro Berlage with the sunny terrace on the Beursplein is a favorite spot of locals for coffee, lunch or drinks.
This cafe in the former skipper's café of the Beurs van Berlage takes you all the way back to bustling New York of the 1920s. There are regular live jazz performances.
Exhibitions in the Beurs van Berlage:
Monday until Sunday: 10am - 6pm
Ticket desk closes at 5pm