This car park does not accept reservations through Parclick. However, you can book one of the nearby car parks that we offer you in the list.
Maximum height allowed≤ 3.5 m
About the car park
HOW IT WORKS: This is a valet parking service. Drive to the drop-off point at the address indicated on your reservation and the valet company staff will take charge of your vehicle, taking it to be parked in their guarded car park in the outskirts of Amsterdam, where it will remain... Read more
HOW IT WORKS: This is a valet parking service. Drive to the drop-off point at the address indicated on your reservation and the valet company staff will take charge of your vehicle, taking it to be parked in their guarded car park in the outskirts of Amsterdam, where it will remain until you ask for it to be returned.
Remember! This is just the meeting point where the driver will collect your vehicle :)
We realise finding parking near Jewish Historical Museum can be difficult so, to help you shake off that problem of finding a parking space in the centre of Amsterdam, we recommend our valet service. We offer a 6-hour or 12-hour stay or, alternatively, a full day, for as many as 30 days. So, whether you are just dropping by, here for a day or all in for a full holiday, we are here to make the journey run smoothly! Simply, drive straight to the Joods Historisch Museum and a professional driver will take care of your car, moving it to a safe and secure car park just outside of the centre. All of a sudden parking in Amsterdam has become a piece of cake!
The Jewish Historical Museum is one of Amsterdam’s most acclaimed museums due to their dynamic programme. Although they have around 30,000 works of art and other historical items, they only show about 5% of them at one time and are constantly changing things up. The museum is a celebration of the versatility, success and influence the Jewish people have enjoyed in the past and continue to enjoy.
Another part of the set-up is the JHM Children’s Museum where they use a fictional family called the Hollanders to teach children about all the aspects of what it means to be brought up in a Jewish household. They can learn about how to make kosher food, what holidays are celebrated and what is read. The museum lays out an interesting programme of music, films and hands on activities to really get your children involved.
If you want to continue the teaching yourself, or just a quiet moment of reflection, the Monument voor Joods Verzet - Monument to Jewish Resistance - is very close. Or you could get your hands on a Jewish Cultural Quarter ticket which gains you access to both of the places above as well as the Portuguese Synagogue and the Hollandsche Schouwburg (National Holocaust Memorial). After enjoying all that history, you may want to get back to the present and witness the beautiful sights and sounds of the Nationale Opera and Ballet or do a bit of shopping at the Waterlooplein market.
We’re going to handle the parking, you just focus on enjoying your trip!
Drop off point: Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1, 1011 PL AmsterdamRead less