Haarlem - Check out their website, the programming might have a nice surprise for you.
Concert Hall and nightlife venue for dancing and partying all night long. Did you know the floor could vibrate on the jumping of the audience?!
Thanks to strong programming and its distinct character, cultural centre Patronaat has been one of the top ten music venues in the Netherlands for years. In addition to various concerts and night-time productions in the rooms, Patronaat also has its own café, with free live music all year round by…
A great stage and party place in Haarlem with a well known program. Go see a gig or dance all night. Check their calender on the internet and you might find your favourite artist performing here in Haarlem.
The concert hall to see bands and artists. Look for the actual agenda on the website.
“Teylers Museum Teylers Museum is the best-preserved 18th-century public knowledge institution for the arts and sciences in the world. It has been open to the public since 1784, welcoming all those who are eager to look at objects of interest in the visual arts and the sciences. It is a unique place with a remarkable atmosphere, and a visit is bound to be an unforgettable experience.”
“Jopen has restored the age-old Haarlem brewing tradition. A former church in the lively center of Haarlem has been transformed into a modern city brewery, grand café and restaurant. The Jopenkerk Haarlem makes every visit a true experience. While enjoying lunch, tasting, drinks or dinner, you can watch the brewing process with your own eyes. A unique environment to taste, experience and enjoy. ”
“Best theater of the Netherlands. In summer the filmhouse is running several movies a day. Art House Movies. ”
“The Philharmonie Concert Hall, until 2001 known as the Concert Hall, the concert hall of Haarlem. The building is used for many shows and performances in various music genres and art forms.”
“The group of friends of the Friends of the Great Church association provides tours of the Great Church, attic tours, tower climbs, excursions to the Müller organ and tours for students in the Great or St. Bavo Church. Every Saturday there is a regular tour of the Grote Kerk at 2 p.m. Between May 15 and October 1 there is an additional tour at 2:30 PM. The church tour lasts approximately one hour and costs, including admission, € 6. No reservation required.”