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10 Car parks found
  • ParkBee Rigakade
    1. Closer

    ParkBee Rigakade

    Outdoor (2m)
    8 min (499m)
    ContactlessContactless access
  • ParkBee Minervahaven

    ParkBee Minervahaven

    Covered (2m)
    11 min (643m)
    ContactlessContactless access
  • Parkbee Minerva Parking

    Parkbee Minerva Parking

    Covered (2m)
    13 min (786m)
    ContactlessContactless access
  • Parkbee Revaleiland

    Parkbee Revaleiland

    Covered (2m)
    14 min (828m)
    ContactlessContactless access
  • Parkbee Contactweg

    Parkbee Contactweg

    Outdoor (4m)
    17 min (1.0km)
    ContactlessContactless access
  • ParkBee Van Limburg Stirumstraat

    ParkBee Van Limburg Stirumstraat

    Covered (1.9m)
    18 min (1.1km)
    ContactlessContactless access
  • ParkBee Van Beuningenstraat

    ParkBee Van Beuningenstraat

    Covered (1.9m)
    18 min (1.1km)
    ContactlessContactless access
  • Parkbee De Wittenkade

    Parkbee De Wittenkade

    Covered (1.8m)
    18 min (1.1km)
    ContactlessContactless access
  • Parkbee Donker Curtiusstraat

    Parkbee Donker Curtiusstraat

    Covered (1.9m)
    25 min (1.5km)
    ContactlessContactless access
  • Parkbee Westcord Art Hotel

    Parkbee Westcord Art Hotel

    Covered (1.9m)
    ContactlessContactless access

Where to park in Westerpark

The Westerpark neighborhood is located in Amsterdam-West, east of Bos en Lommer and west of the Jordaan. The neighborhood owes its name to the Westerpark, situated in its midst and having a defining character for the area, mainly due to the presence of the Westergasfabriek site. The construction of the park began as early as 1890, and the neighborhood has a rich history. We explain why you shouldn't miss the Westerpark, how to get there, and where you can park your car at the Westerpark. With the right preparations and parking your car in the Westerpark parking garage, parking at the Westerpark doesn't have to be stressful. We provide all the essential information so you can enjoy a carefree day in Amsterdam-West. 

Most activities in the Westerpark neighborhood - perhaps not surprisingly - take place around the Westerpark. You can enjoy sports and walks in the greenery, visit the petting zoo, and in the summer, children can cool off by swimming in the wading pool. But what truly sets the Westerpark apart from other parks is the creative complex Westergas. 
Once home to the gas factory that provided the capital with street lighting and cooking gas, it is now a collection of industrial buildings that serve as a backdrop for cultural activities, festivals, and events. The Ketelhuis, for example, is more than just a regular cinema. In addition to commercial films, it also showcases artistic small productions. There is a focus on national cinema, but you can also find other European films or special screenings there. At the digital art museum Fabrique des Lumières, you can enjoy giant digital exhibitions on the walls of the 17-meter-high building. The buildings Gashouder, Transformatorhuis, and Meterhuisje are all used as event venues, and the WesterUnie is a club with weekly parties. Perfect if you want to dance! 

And this is just a selection of the interesting things you can discover here. The area is also full of trendy eateries, hip cafes, and good restaurants. When visiting the Westerpark neighborhood, don't miss out on the Westergas complex! If you park your car in a parking garage at the Westerpark, we are sure you can easily enjoy an afternoon or evening around the Westergas.

Although the Westergasfabriek offers plenty of activities to keep you busy for an afternoon, there's also much to discover in the surroundings of Westerpark. 
From here, you can walk to the Schip in a few minutes. This working-class housing complex is built in the architectural style of the Amsterdam School and now houses a museum dedicated to that architectural style. The residential complex owes its name to its shape, which somewhat resembles a ship, and was co-designed by architect Michel de Klerk. 
If you continue north from here, you'll reach the Houthavens. Here, you can stroll along the water, admire the ninety-meter-high Pontsteiger building from where you can sail to the NDSM shipyard in Amsterdam-Noord, visit the Polanentheater or Theater Amsterdam, or go to the concert hall Toekomstmuziek. The lively Jordaan is in the southeast. A fully operational windmill in the middle of the city is located south of the park. In short, you can also park your car at the Westerpark and then explore the area on foot or with a public transport bike because there is plenty to do.

If you've become enthusiastic and want to spend an afternoon or evening at the Westerpark, you'll want to know where you can park your car at the Westerpark. It's possible to look for a spot along the street, but this can be very challenging due to the crowds and can also be quite expensive.

We recommend using a parking garage at the Westerpark. Via Parclick, you can reserve a spot in advance. This way, you're sure to find a parking space without searching for hours, and you'll also save money. 

Finally, you can also park your car at the Westerpark and then continue your journey by public transport. Bus 21 runs south of the Westerpark and travels to Amsterdam Central Station. Bus 22 stops east of the Westerpark and also takes you to Amsterdam CS, from where it's very easy to travel to the rest of the city.

Whether you stay near the Westerpark or plan to travel further by public transport: reserve a parking space now to park at Westerpark without worries.

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