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Do you have a head for heights? There are regular opportunities to climb the Posthoornkerk’s tower and experience a stunning view.

Posthoornkerk

You can already see the three slender spires of Posthoornkerk as you approach Amsterdam from the west by train. It’s a city centre landmark within walking distance of Central Station. As you walk along the busy Haarlemmerstraat, you come to an intimate courtyard behind elegant railings more than a century old. Step inside to be enchanted by light and architecture.

Venue hire

Versatile and unforgettable

The Posthoornkerk is suitable for weddings, dinners, receptions, conferences and lectures. The church also makes an unforgettable setting for performances and concerts. The bustling Haarlemmerstraat, lined with tempting shops, cafés and restaurants, is an ideal location for a trade fair or a market.

Facilities

Polished and professional

Every modern convenience is available at this historic church, from heating to bathroom facilities and changing rooms. The heated nave can be divided into two areas, which makes this an ideal venue for a combination of dinners, lectures or weddings with a reception. Contact the Stadsherstel team for inspiration and information about the possibilities of this impressive venue.

Do you have a head for heights? There are regular opportunities to climb the Posthoornkerk’s tower and experience a stunning view.

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Oppervlakte
660 m2
Receptie
300 personen *
Concert
200 personen *
Diner
200 personen *
* In verband met de huidige coronamaatregelen gelden er andere aantallen en bepalen we per evenement een maximale capaciteit. Neem contact met ons op om dit te bespreken.
Come and feel the atmosphere first?
The church is open to the public every first Wednesday and third Sunday of the month from 12:00 to 16:00 (Sunday from 13:00).
From idyllic weddings to the annual Whisky Weekend, the Posthoornkerk is an unforgettable and versatile event location.
1860

The building

Neo-Gothic architecture

The Posthoornkerk was the first building in Amsterdam designed by the famous Dutch architect Pierre Cuypers, who went on to design Central Station, the Vondelkerk and the Rijksmuseum. The neo-Gothic interior has a magical atmosphere thanks to two galleries, one above the other, the use of different colours of brick, and the beautiful light through the stained glass windows. It’s perfect for a romantic wedding or a classical concert.

 

Known as the Posthoornkerk, which means ‘post horn church’, the church’s official name is actually Our Lady of Immaculate Conception.
1970

Restoring the city

Choose heritage

By choosing one of Stadsherstel’s venues, you contribute to the restoration of the city and the conservation of cultural heritage. In the 1970s, the Posthoornkerk was nearly demolished. However, people in the neighbourhood set up the Posthoornkerk Foundation, and managed to save the church by proposing that it should be repurposed. Stadsherstel became involved and helped to completely restore and repurpose this heritage building.

In the 1970s, the church was threatened with demolition to build homes for the elderly.
Quotes
Gerrit Alink
The double galleries, the sunlight through the stained glass windows, the brick vaulting… this is the perfect place to pick up antiques.
Herbert Sluisma, visitor to the Antique and Collectibles Market
A beautiful church and a great idea to be able to study here, because in a church people tend to keep quiet, unlike in other places. A mark out of ten? A 1000!
Jonathan Bicks, at ‘Study in Silence’

Come and feel the atmosphere first?

The church is open to the public every first Wednesday and third Sunday of the month from 12:00 to 16:00 (Sunday from 13:00).

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