Het Scheepvaartmuseum - dinner location
At the National Maritime Museum, you can organise a memorable dinner under the stars of the Open Courtyard or an intimate dinner in one of the Chambers. The venue is fit for business, private and group dinners.
Historic Amsterdam venue for unique dining
The National Maritime Museum is a highly popular dinner location for groups, businesses and private dining. You and your guests can enjoy a delicious menu in a unique, historical setting, right in the heart of the Dutch capital.
Remarkable backdrop for a memorable dinner
The setting sun sparkles on the waters of the IJ river, creating a unique backdrop for a memorable dinner. The Chambers, named after the Dutch admirals Tromp, De Ruyter, and Van Heemskerck, are historic, well-lit, airy rooms with high ceilings. They can be used separately or in conjunction with one another, offering an unforgettable dinner setting with an elegant view of the water.
Walking dinners and formal seated dinners are possible, for parties of between 20 and 280 guests in The Chambers. If you wish to host an exclusive private dinner for up to 20 guests, the most fitting location is the National Maritime Museum’s Admiralty Boardroom, the venue's most captivating room. A modern decor and historic elements combine with its light and space to create a truly elegant location. For large-scale dinners of up to 700 guests, the Open Courtyard, with its hundreds of lights illuminating the glass roof like stars, provides a setting that your guests will never forget.
The National Maritime Museum does not want to stand still during a time in which the world is constantly changing and facing challenges. To create conversation the museum puts developments of the past, present and future on the map. It the job of the museum to get the attention of the visitors to focus on ecological and social sustainability and terms of sustainable development.
The National Maritime wants to become eco-positive in 2030. This means that the museum wants to minimalize its damage on the planet in terms of sustainability. The museum wants to create a positive change in behavior, within the visitors, our programs, and our partners and colleagues.
To reduce the footprint of the museum and to conduct sustainable business the museum is striving for change. The museum haves an active Green Team, is getting great scores on maintaining the building, and choose to work with sustainable partners, etc. Read hier for more information.