YeurDreamin’ is held in “Het Sieraad” in Amsterdam is a national monument (1918) and a perfect place to write a new history.
1057 DT Amsterdam
“Het Sieraad” in Amsterdam is a national monument (1918) and old Craft School in Amsterdam West. Ever since its opening in 1918, it has an interesting history, including wars, royal visits, and more. Please visit Het Sieraad’s history page for more information.
From the A10 onto the exit S106 towards Surinameplein. At Surinameplein keep left towards Hoofdweg. On the Hoofdweg, go right at the traffic lights onto the Postjesweg. Keep driving till the bridge; Het Sieraad will be on your right.
Het Sieraad is directly reachable with public transport, though tramline 7 and 17. Get out at Witte de Withstraat. More information:
Het Sieraad is also accessible by boat, you can moor at the private pier of Lokaal Edel. Renting a bike OV fiets/Macbike or a Felyx e-scooter are also options, but please book upfront. Walking Amsterdam mornings is a treat as well, but that’s a one hour walk from the central station (4,6 km).
Parking is possible in the streets around the building and on the embankments of the Kostverlorenvaart. The closest parking garage is 800 meters from Het Sieraad:
Parking Garage De Hallen, Bellamyplein, 1053 WC Amsterdam
For more information about parking and parking garages in Amsterdam: www.parkerenindestad.nl