The complex of De Hallen (The Halls) in the Kinkerbuurt neighbourhood is a cultural center inside a former tram depot from early 1900. With many creative businesses, cafés and restaurants, a hotel, public library, cinemas and a bustling indoor food hall, it’s certainly worth a visit. The entire industrial heritage site is a national monument.
Located between Kinkerstraat, Bilderdijkkade, Bellamyplein and Ten Katestraat, this former Tram Depot Tollensstraat, built in 1902-1905, was in use for maintenance and depot of Amsterdam trams until 1996. Until 2005 it also housed the Amsterdam Public Transport Museum.
After being unused and empty for almost fifteen years, it was completely renovated and transformed into a bustling cultural center from 2013 to 2015. The Hallen hotel opened in 2014. The Filmhallen – with nine screens — opened in 2014. One of the cinema’s rooms contains the beautiful art deco interior from the former Cinema Parisien from 1924 on Nieuwendijk, which was situated there until 1987.
De Hallen Photo Gallery (September 2021)
Website De Hallen: https://dehallen-amsterdam.nl/en/
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