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Concertgebouw

Concertgebouwplein 10 | Museum Quarter, 1071 LN Amsterdam, The Netherlands
+31 900 6718345
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The Royal Concertgebouw is one of the world's most famous concert halls renowned for its exceptional acoustics. With 700 concerts a year the Concertgebouw offers a varied programme featuring leading international musicians, orchestras, and conductors. The hall functions as a home base for the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, one of the very best orchestras in the world. Time and time again, critics have lauded its unique sound, which clearly stands out among thousands of others. Behind-the-scenes tours provide a look into the concert hall's rich history. There are scheduled tours three times a week and for groups available on request. From September to June at 12:30pm. Every Wednesday, there is a free 30 minute concert in the Concertgebouw. Due to the popularity of these concerts it is recommended to arrive at least 45min before the concert.
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“classical music” (138 reviews)
“great acoustics” (71 reviews)
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Concertgebouwplein 10 | Museum Quarter, 1071 LN Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier)
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+31 900 6718345
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Reviewed yesterday

We took our 5 and 6 year old to the free 30 minute show on Wednesdays. The show lasts about 30 minutes and they hand out free tickets until they run out (around 400). We showed up around 1145 pm but if you get there...More

Thank iamarugger
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Truly a beautiful hall with wonderful acoustics. Heard a small chamber group and every note could be appreciated. Hall clearly well kept.

Thank frequentraveler13
Reviewed 4 days ago

If you like classical music then you'll know about the Concertgebouw - billed as one of the best concert halls in the world. It's situated in the Museum Quarter and has a tram stop nearby so it is easily accessible, The mail hall itself is...More

Thank HAJL
Reviewed 6 days ago

a good place to visit when in Amsterdam. A Nice and big place to see and A must see if you're into it.

Thank Ashleigh M
Reviewed 1 week ago

This fine Neoclassical style concert hall was built between 1883-86 and is located across from the Museum Square (1885) in the coveted Oud-Zuid district of Amsterdam. It offers > 700 classical, pop & jazz concerts p/ year incl. 40 free lunch concerts plus 200 events...More

Thank T-Bird1974
Reviewed 1 week ago

Amazing venue. Impressive looking on the outside and pretty amazing on the inside. An imposing presence at the end of the Museum quarter.

Thank Calypso050
Reviewed 1 week ago

For many years I had heard about the Concertgebouw Orchestra, but did not know about the fantastic venue that the Orchestra represented. During my short visit to Amsterdam, there were performances of Faure's Requiem, a free lunctime concert, A rock Opera featuring the music of...More

Thank dukeclu
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Located near the museum areas, this attraction can be easily reached by tram 2 or 5. Its beautiful facades make it look like a palace! I looked around, took pictures, and inquired what shows I could watch during my stay in Amsterdam.

Thank LolaGo1
Reviewed 1 week ago

I've been there since 1988 , it's always the same atmospher .Listen to classic music is a great pleasure .In addition last September I can attend a dinner there and food was top ! I listened Prokofiev 5th Symphony and Eunescou Rouman caprices ,Daniele Gatti...More

Thank Alain P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A magical building, the perfection of sound and the incredible quality and variety of the performers made Het Concertgebouw a unique location. It’s not just for music lovers, but for everyone who cares about art and european values. A must go

Thank Paolo S
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lubnaismail24
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Response from bimmerfun | Reviewed this property |
Wednesday Lunch Concerts are free. They are not in the main concert hall and they do not feature headliners, but they're very enjoyable. Obviously, you have to check their schedule to see who is performing in the main hall... More
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marsha a
12 December 2016|
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Response from valinholland | Reviewed this property |
Hi Marsha! You don't have to be very fancy, but don't show up in jeans. It's not that they won't let you in, but you will feel uncomfortable. Wear a dress with heels, or pants with a nice jacket. Hope you will enjoy yourself!
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I would be wearing something elegant (for example something in black) but it is also fine if you wear jeans. Dutch people are very practical when it comes to fashion
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