New month, new events! To save you some time, we made a selection for your trip to Amsterdam this month:
Every first Saturday of November, Amsterdam’s finest museums open their doors for this special event. See Amsterdam’s museums in a new light – after the sun sets! One ticket can get you into over 50 museums, until 02:00 am. Experience exhibitions in another setting: live music, DJ’s, food, drinks, special events and other surprises. Find out about the participating museums and how to get tickets on the website.
When: November 2
Where: Several museums in Amsterdam
Families be aware! Every Wednesday the whole (former) Westergasfactory will be turned into a children’s paradise. Kids can enjoy an all day pancake party, icecream, music, creative workshops, a movie or other entertainment. Let your children run wild on the terrain while you enjoy a drink on the terrace. Some activities include an entry ticket so make sure to check their website for more information!
When: November 6,13,20,27
Amsterdam Art Weekend
Amaze yourself during a weekend filled with art! Amsterdam’s liberal climate inspires artists from all over the world to experiment and push boundaries. Discover exclusive contemporary art items as well as work by (upcoming) talent. More than 100 events in 50+ locations in the city are hosted. Events are organised by Foam, the Oude Kerk, the Stedelijk Museum, EYE Filmmuseum and more. Find out the details on the website.
When: November 21-24
Where: Foam, the Oude Kerk, the Stedelijk Museum, EYE Filmmuseum and many more.
Amsterdam Light Festival
This festival includes about 30 artworks that are exhibited throughout the city. This year’s theme is: Disrupt! A ‘disruption’, questions fixed assumptions, provokes new discussions, encourages to take action in order to move forward. Artists, designers and architects were challenged to question, test and shake up Amsterdam in alignment with the theme. Find the route and more information here.
When: November 28 – January 19, 2020
Where: Several locations in Amsterdam
Photo by Tracey Emin.